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Val Cenis

Val Cenis comprises two traditional villages, Lanslebourg and Lanslevillard, and has retained its charm, tradition and genuine warm welcome.

Overlooked by the high summits of the Dent Parrachée, the Grand Roc Noir, and the Pointe de Ronce, it is a quiet resort but with many restaurants and bars, a variety of shops and supermarkets and 2 cinemas to keep everyone happy.

The Centre des Glières (near les Balcons de Village residence) has an ice rink, swimming pool and whirlpool, with tennis, table tennis, archery, mini golf, kayak, horse and pony riding.

Although Savoie is best known by cyclists for its prestigious high mountain passes and its long and acrobatic mountain bike descents, there are also quiet little roads in the valleys, middle mountain paths, undulating vineyards, lakeside scenery and especially breathtaking alpine panoramas, to be discovered by bike, by foot, or on horseback, with mountain guides to show the way - for beginners and experts alike.

In the heart of the scenic and unspoilt Haute Maurienne, bordering the stunning Parc National de la Vanoise, Val Cenis is only half an hour’s drive from Modane and the motorway exit.

Some recommendations for visits in Val Cenis this summer

  • Lanslevillard – The church and its high steeple camped on a promontory overlooking the village
  • Chapelle St Sebastien – Built in the 15th century by a local man. Plain from the outside, but inside decorated with remarkable murals and coffered ceiling
  • Col de la Met – Access by chairlift, has a magnificent view of the Italian Alpes, the Mont Cenis Dam and lake, and the Vanoise Massif 

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