The construction of La Plagne (Eng.: Alpine Meadows) as a ski region first began in 1960, between the Valley Isere and the 3,400 high Dome de Bellecote. Just one year later, the first lifts began working and in the course of the year the artificial villages were created around Plagne Centre. Later the designers rather wanted to create a cosy atmosphere and turned towards the chalet style to create their buildings, and so besides the large concrete living blocks, La Plange also offers quaint apartment complexes now. Today there are various stations, each with a different appearance. This is best observed in the evening in the cosy restaurants, as they begin to serve the local savoury dishes, and in La Plagne Centre where the party scene comes into swing. The ten stations are connected throughout the day until 1:00 am through a complimentary shuttle bus, and occasionally with gondolas.
Remember if you don't find quite what you are looking for you can always give us a call. We are ready to help you find your perfect alpine holiday. Or perhaps you might like to consider an alternative destination? For example have you considered Seefeld in Austria? - When hiring a summer chalet in Seefeld you will enjoy a traditional Tirolean style upmarket resort with a large pedestrian only centre. Seefeld’s cross-country trails are some of the best in the Alps. Take a look at the Seefeld accommodation on offer at our sister site summer-chalets-austria.co.uk. Or perhaps as a possible alternative suggestion how about Val Thorens in France? - The Val Thorens lakes & mountains resort is Europe’s highest resort, with guaranteed good snow – and other attractions including stylish lodgings and good restaurants to name but a few. Check out our sister site www.summer-chalets-france.co.uk for some great deals on chalets and apartment rentals in Val Thorens. [Less]