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France has a vast range of Ski Resorts to suit everyone's needs...
but which one's right for you?

Ski Resorts Guide to France - Page 3 of 4

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Megeve is over looked by the impressive Mont Blanc. The slopes have something for all abilities, although the area is not as extensive as many in France. If the weather turns bad there is lots to keep you occupied; swimming, ice skating, aerial assault course, casino, cinema, bowling, to name a few.


Meribel has 15 gondolas, which is not my favourite type of lift (I don't like taking my skis off!), but great for boarders and it should keep queues down too with a high capacity lift rate. If you enjoy a drink in a bar in the evening, then you will be spoilt for choice here.


Montgenevre is France's oldest winter Ski Resort. The town is situated right on the border with Italy and you can ski freely between the 2 countries. Montgenevre is a great destination for families. It has good beginner slope and plenty for people of all ages to do. As a result the resort has been awarded the Family Plus status.


Morzine lies right in the centre of the Porte du Soleil ski area providing skiers with access to 650km of pistes. This resort has something for everyone, both on and off the slope. There are plenty of bar and pubs to choose from, and range of restaurants. Morzine also has a Family Plus award, meaning it is ideal for families too.


Peisey-Vallandry shares its ski area with Les Arcs, increasing the variety of skiing available. The villages are quaint and relaxing, ideal for a peaceful ski holiday. At the children ski for free in the Spring season. This offer is only available while places remain, click on the link above for more details.


Samoens is linked with the Grand Massif ski area that includes 4 other ski resorts. The resort has a Family Plus award, which means it is a good location for a family holiday. It also has a large number of restaurants for a small resort, perfect for those who rate their holiday on how good the food was.


Serre-Chevalier is one of the largest ski areas in France. It offers a good range of skiing for all levels. There is lots to do here off the slope too, meaning it is a great place to bring the kids. Serre-Chevalier also has the Family Plus award to confirm its family friendly credentials.


Tignes is part of the ski area "Espace Killy" along with Val d'Isere providing great skiing for all abilities. You can even ski here in the summer! Tignes is a lively resort with loads of bars and clubs to choose from, meaning it is ideal for those who ski hard, and party harder.

Val Cenis

Val Cenis is quite a small ski resort in comparison to the better known French resorts, but it still manages to provide slopes to suit every skiing ability. As of this coming season, 2008-09, the skiing area is increasing to include Termignon ski areas. Val Cenis offers families good accommodation and offers reductions on ski passes for children.

Val d'Isere

Val d'Isere combines with Tignes to create the "Espace Killy" ski area. All ranges of skiing ability are catered for, with plenty of variety to keep everyone happy. In the resort there are a wide selection of pubs, bars and clubs. So those that like to make the most of the apr├Ęs ski, Val d'Isere could be the perfect place for you.

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