1 catered chalet
In this popular ski village
Great snow conditions
All season
High altitude ski area
600 km of piste


Les Menuires is a winter sports village in the French Alps. The village has called itself "the smile of the Alps" due to the many hours of sunshine and the semicircular arch of the main building. Due to its central location - in the ski area of ​​Les Trois Vallées - it's the perfect base from which to explore the more than 600 kilometers of ski slopes.

Les Menuires consists of an old and a new centre. Preyerand-La Croisette is the old centre with a lot of high-rise buildings. The new centre, Reberty Village and Les Bruyères, are actually villages, built entirely in chalet style, with a lot of wood and stone. In both areas, you will find all kinds of shops, restaurants, cafes, and nightclubs. There is also a fitness center with a sauna and an indoor swimming pool.

Reberty Village is built against the ski slope and is ideal for the winter sports fanatics, especially for the very young winter sports enthusiasts among us. However, the cozy atmosphere of this part of Les Menuires also makes it very attractive for families. There is a separate children's park in Les Menuires and also three sledging slopes for tobogganing. The "Roc" n Bob "is definitely recommended, this 3.5 km toboggan run starts at the mountain station. Other activities in the area include dog sledding and snowmobiling. 

Ski region

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Les Trois Vallees

This is one of the largest interconnected ski areas in the world. About 600 km of slopes with many off-piste opportunities and some great parks for skiers and snowboarders. The ski area has a high altitude (1300-3200 m) and is very snow reliable throughout the season.

Les Trois Vallees has a unique infrastructure allowing fast and effective travel. The lifts are comfortable and agile which supports the smooth operation of taking skiers and snowboarders to the top of the mountain, without any long queues.   

The novice skiers can enjoy themselves on the quieter and friendlier slopes towards St. Martin de Belleville. While the more advanced skiers enjoy a number of very beautiful and steep slopes.