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Les Arcs is composed of five districts, all situated from 815 - 2,000m. The oldest village, Arc 1600, is especially popular with families and beginners. Arc 1800, is the snowboarder and freerider's stronghold and offers a 360° panorama including Mont Blanc. Numerous bars and clubs can be found here, where guests can party until the morning hours. The relatively young village Arc 1950, thanks to the typical Savoyard wood and stone buildings, is also the loveliest of them all. Here, traditional and modern comforts are combined. True pros and thrill-seekers gather mainly in Arc 2000, as the most demanding pistes can be found there; providing a fantastic panorama view into the whole valley as well! Also part of this group is Bourg Saint Maurice, which lies in the valley. It is connected to close to Arc 1600 with a cable car and invites guests to spend time browsing in its many shops. The individual parts of the resort are connected by free shuttle buses or the via the cable car. Les Arcs also bears the "Famille Plus Montagne" certificate. Parents who want to spend a day for themselves can find child-care facilities here for children from 4 months.

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 Schladming in Austria? - When hiring a ski chalet in Schladming you will enjoy an old valley town has a pleasant main square and extensive intermediate slopes on four linked mountains. Check out our sister site www.ski-apartments-austria.co.uk for some great deals on chalets and apartment rentals in Schladming. Or perhaps as a possible alternative suggestion how about Sestriere in Italy? - Sestriere chalet rentals enjoy Europe’s first purpose built resort, which was designed and built in the 1930’s and hosted the 2006 winter Olympics. With high altitude west facing slopes, Sestriere was built for snow. [Less]