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Mont Blanc & Chamonix Valley

In the heart of the French Alps and close to Mont Blanc, the Val d'Arly is still a well kept secret despite being one of the oldest tourist centres in Savoie. Attracted by stunning scenery, charming traditional villages and the warmth and friendliness of its inhabitants, discerning travellers have made this area their ideal alpine getaway. 'Between nature and tradition' says the French brochure - well, it is definitely far from the madding crowds!

Unique, varied terrain with Mont Blanc as a stunning backdrop is common to all the resorts. For unbeatable skiing, Megève with its 300km of pistes, will delight and challenge skiers, whatever their ability. Beginners and intermediates will find the region heaven for learning and improving in a safe and uncrowded environment.

Savoie Mont Blanc has some of the best ski areas in the world, but also some of the best restaurants, both in the resorts and on the slopes. The area has over 30 Michelin star restaurants, and a multitude of other excellent venues, suiting all tastes and budgets.

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The best resorts in Mont Blanc & Chamonix Valley

  • Chamonix

    Thinking of skiing in Chamonix? Chamonix is a pretty town situated just 15km from the Swiss border and known for its variety of shops and restaurants as well as being the off-piste capital of Europe.

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  • Les Houches

    Thinking of skiing in Les Houches? Situated at the entrance of the Chamonix Valley and only 6km from its famous town, the pretty village of Les Houches is right under the impressive Mont Blanc massif.

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  • Argentiere

    Thinking of skiing in Argentiere? As well as having one of the most exciting and challenging ski areas in the Alps, Argentiere also has a delightful village with stunning views across Chamonix Valley.

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  • Vallorcine

    Thinking of skiing in Vallorcine? This small unspoilt resort which is close to the Swiss border, boasts stunning scenery and a good snow record.

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  • Les Saisies

    Thinking of skiing in Les Saisies? Proximity to Mont Blanc ensures good snow cover and stunning views. Easy access from the motorway. Les Saisies is a vibrant village with a great Aprés-ski.

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  • Notre Dame de Bellecombe

    Thinking of skiing in Notre-Dame-de-Bellecombe? An enchanting and attractive ski village, Notre-Dame-de-Bellecombe offers stunning views of Mont Blanc and allows access to the Espace Diamant ski area.

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  • Saint Gervais

    Thinking of skiing in Saint Gervais? Located at the foot of the mighty Mont Blanc, Saint Gervais offers spectacular scenery, a diverse ski area and plentiful apres-ski.

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  • Les Contamines

    Thinking of skiing in Les Contamines? Nestled at the foot of Mont Blanc and situated in the heart of a nature reserve, this traditional Savoyard village enjoys spectacular scenery and is a real gem.

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  • Megeve

    Thinking of skiing in Megeve? An enchanting town set in a picturesque and sunny setting, Megeve has retained its heritage and old rustic charm to become one of the most fashionable resorts in France.

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  • Combloux

    Thinking of skiing in Combloux? Facing the majestic Mont Blanc, Combloux is a traditional Savoyard village situated in a beautiful setting and linked to the huge Evasion ski area.

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  • Areches-Beaufort

    Nestled between 730m and 2300m, Arêches-Beaufort is a typical Beaufortain village resort in the heart of the Savoie, just 20km from the town of Albertville and is definitely a 'hidden gem'.

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