The French Alps
45.8345° N, 6.8655° E
447m – 2100 m altitude
The Alps, with chic, sporty or family resorts for mountain lovers.
45.4683° N, 6.9056° E
2100 m altitude
Offbeat, cosmopolitan, sporty and innovative, Tignes offers a unique opportunity to experience the mountains differently. For winter sports enthusiasts, Tignes is first and foremost an internationally renowned ski resort, offering the best snow from September to May and a wide range of slopes.
45.4480° N, 6.9802° E
1850 m altitude
Val d’Isère – The resort Located at the bottom of the Tarentaise Valley (Savoie), just a stone’s throw from neighboring Tignes, the ski resort of Val d’Isère is now considered one of France’s top ski destinations.
45.8569° N, 6.6177° E
1113 m altitude
A land of legends, Megève tells its own story as much as it lives it. A pioneering resort, it cultivates the soul of a true Alpine village, where elegance and the French art of living prevail. A historic landmark of international renown, Megève is an authentic 4-season destination.
45.6273° N, 6.8495° E
1850 m altitude
La Rosière belongs to the only Franco-Italian international ski area in the Northern Alps: L’ESPACE SAN BERNARDO. Directly linked to La Thuile in Italy via the Col du Petit-Saint-Bernard, the ski area has a double exposure to the south and north, guaranteeing excellent skiing and panoramic views on every slope.
Le Grand Bornand & La Clusaz
45.9420° N, 6.4267° E
1350 m altitude
In Haute-Savoie, in the heart of the Aravis Massif between Annecy, Chamonix and Geneva,
Le Grand-Bornand and La Clusaz offer the charm of a traditional mountain village and the facilities of top-class resorts.
45.4147° N, 6.6347° E
1850 m altitude
Courchevel is a multi-faceted ski resort. Firstly, because it’s spread over 5 altitudes, and secondly, because its different levels offer so many faces, panoramas and ways of approaching the mountain.
45.8615° N, 6.1673° E
447 m above sea level
Cycling is a must on Lake Annecy. A greenway runs along the western shore of the lake, then escapes in the direction of Ugine. It is also possible to continue along the eastern shore to circle the lake. Two 18-hole golf courses on the lakeshore also boast breathtaking views: the Lac d’Annecy golf course at Talloires, and the Giez golf course.
EA’s selection of ski resorts in the French Alps
France is regarded the world over as a winter sports paradise, especially in the beautiful Alps region. Here you’ll find some of the world’s biggest ski resorts and ski areas. EA immerses you in 4 French domains: Espace Killy, Domaine Les Trois Vallées or San Bernardo and Domaine Évasion Mont Blanc.
But it’s not just the perfectly groomed slopes, the good infrastructure and the beautiful sc enery that attract many enthusiastic skiers to France’s mountain landscapes along the border regions with Switzerland and Italy every year.
French art de vivre, glamorous winter sports resorts andexcellent gastronomy also attract visitors looking for a relaxing break. To give you an idea of what’s in store, here’s a list of 6 of the most beautiful ski resorts in the French Alps from the EA collection.
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