Ever since the alpine competitions of Olympic games in 1992, Val d'Isère, along with its neighbour Tignes, belongs to the top French winter sport resorts. The village features a historic centre dating back to the 16th century, and has kept its Savoyard charm right up until today. The newer buildings have also been built using natural materials such as wood and stone. The village has been a skiing village since 1934, when a few ski pioneers started a ski school and built a ski lift. Since then the resort has developed further. For 50 years now, the charming and welcoming winter sports resort introduces the annual winter season with first-class alpine racers speeding down the hills. The village centre has very little car traffic and a great infrastructure with many cafés, restaurants, shops and hotels, which offer the ideal atmosphere for a winter holiday.
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 Langenfeld in Austria? - The Langenfeld alpine resort is a spa resort within a short distance of Solden and Obergurgl. Set in the heart of the Oetztal valley this attractive Austrian alpine village is the one and only thermal village of Tyrol. Or perhaps as a possible alternative suggestion how about Zell am See in Austria? - When hiring a ski chalet in Zell am See you will enjoy a real one off, this charming lakeside town has varied local slopes and a very worthwhile glacier option in nearby Kaprun. Take a look at the Zell am See accommodation on offer at our sister site ski-apartments-austria.co.uk. [Less]