Plan Peisey (1650m) and Vallandry (1600m) are located in the Tarentaise valley, very near to Bourg St Maurice. The smaller villages of Peisey and Nancroix surround.
Peisey-Vallandry is located in Savoie, in the heart of la Haute-Tarentaise, 25km from Moutiers-Tarentaise and 50km from Albertville.
Vallandry sits on a balcony at the edge of a forest overlooking the Tarentaise Valley and Mont Blanc, with a small selection of accommodation that blends well into the landscape. At the centre is a pedestrian square with plenty of shops and facilities. All roadside parking is free.
Bordered by spruce forests, Plan-Peisey is a real haven of peace, ideal for a relaxing summer alpine holiday. The village overlooks the valley and faces the legendary Bellecôte North Face. It is the departure point of the “Vanoise Express” and is the geographical heart of Paradiski.
Peisey Vallandry is in the heart of the Vanoise National Park. The Vanoise national was created in 1963 and it was the first of 9 French national parks. Its initial purpose was to provid a territory to protect the alpine ibexes (Capra ibex). It is twinned with the Grand paradis national park in Italy, with whom it shares a 14km common border. With 1,250km2, it is one of the largest protected areas in western Europe. There are over 1000 plant species, more than 2000 alpin ibex, it has the largest colony of chamois in France (over 6000) and over 120 species of birds including 26 couples of golden eagles and 3 couples of bearded vulture.