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Peisey Vallandry

The Peisey-Vallandry domain is split into five villages on the sunny side of the Les Arcs massif: Landry, Peisey, Nancroix, Vallandry and Plan-Peisey.

The small traditional villages of Peisey and Vallandry are at the foot of the pistes. These twin ski resorts border a forest with the same altitude, the same south-west exposure, the same services and two access points to the pistes.

Peisey is an authentic, pretty mountain village with real farm buildings and a Baroque heritage. The Peisey Valley has been a tourist destination since the 1920s and there’s plenty of culture to immerse yourself in with its diversified heritage - agriculture, Baroque churches and village architecture.

Plan Peisey is a recently developed area that offers a small selection of bars and restaurants, a mini-market, local speciality take-away shop, nursery, chemist and a medical centre.

Peisey-Vallandry is a peaceful haven in the giant Paradiski region which links the two major resorts of Les Arcs with La Plagne. The villages are inhabited throughout the year and have kept their souls and their authenticity. Guided visits to Peisey village by torchlight are organised to explore its narrow streets, traditional houses and its baroque church ... an opportunity to discover the authentic charm of a mountain village.

At 1650m, Plan Peisey (where the Arollaie apartments are located) has a panoramic view over the valley of Peisey-Nancroix and Haute Tarentaise. Peisey Vallandry is located at the foot of the Vanoise Express double-decker cable car linking the two massive ski areas of La Plagne and Les Arcs (called Paradiski). It’s the departure point for La Plagne.

Vallandry (where the Orée des Cimes and Orée des Neiges apartments are locate) is on the edge of the forest with properties built into the landscape and independent chalets encircling a few old houses. All have beautiful views and an attractive exposure, some with remarkable views of Mont Blanc. None of the buildings are more than 550m from the pedestrianised centre, where you’ll find the local shops. Parking is free.

Why Peisey?

  • It’s the best starting point for both Les Arcs and La Plagne ski areas
  • It’s a quiet alternative to bustling Les Arcs

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Peisey Vallandry ski facts:

  • Ski area: Paradiski
  • Resort height: 1650m
  • Resort top height: 3250m
  • Paradiski (La Plagne, Les Arcs inc. Montchavin, Les Coches, Peisey Vallandry)
  • Km piste: 425
  • Lifts: 182
  • Snow cannons: 626
  • No. of slopes: 236
  • Green slopes: 11
  • Blue slopes: 123
  • Red slopes: 65
  • Black slopes: 37
    • Beginners 3 stars
    • Intermediates 4 stars
    • Experts 4 stars
    • Freeride 3 stars
    • Boarders 4 stars

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