Sights around Meribel
Courchevel

Courchevel

Courchevel is the center of the “Three Valleys” Les Trois Vallees – the largest area of mountain ski recreation in the world. Courchevel consists of five smaller resort towns located at different altitudes: the world’s prestigious resort Courchevel – at an altitude of 1850 meters, the Forest Courschevel – at 1650 meters, the cozy Courchevel – from 1550 meters, La Pra – from 1300 meters, San Bon – from 1100 meters.

Courchevel
Courchevel

All the festive events in Courchevel are carried out with the application of entertainment culture from different countries of the world. If you come to Courchevel in the winter season, be sure to visit the nomination “Golden Woman of the Year”, gala performance on the ice, the magical festival of art of pyrotechnics, and the bold ski show.

All year round, this Méribel resort organizes incredibly interesting trips to the nearby city of Annecy. It is often called the Alpine Venice. This city has managed to preserve its old architecture and in it, you can see a beautiful medieval castle. Within the walls of today’s castle, there are several museums that will introduce guests to the history of the city and show them unique collections of antiques and works of art.

Val d Isere

Val D’Ieser is a small resort that is interesting for those who love excursions. Interesting historical monuments can be seen here at every step. In the heart of the city, you can see a beautiful old church. It was built in the 17th century and is a vivid example of the Baroque style. Hundreds of years of this church’s existence it was possible to preserve many original elements of the decoration. Many religious artifacts are kept within the walls of the church, including a very fine antique iconostasis.

Val d Isere
Val d Isere

The modern ski resort is one of the best in France. The ski descent system is named Espace Killy in honor of the Olympic Games winner Jean-Claude Killy. Near the resort zone, there are two smaller settlements Fornet and Daille, which are quite interesting for tourists.

All year round, the resort organizes incredibly interesting trips to the nearby city of Annecy. It is often called the Alpine Venice. This city has managed to preserve its old architecture and in it, you can see a beautiful medieval castle. Within the walls of today’s castle, there are several museums that will introduce guests to the history of the city and show them unique collections of antiques and works of art.

Alpe d’Huez

Do you like snowy slopes and skiing? The Alpe d’Huez is a true paradise for all winter sports enthusiasts. The resort offers 236 kilometers of ski slopes for beginners and advanced skiers. Depending on the level of difficulty, ski slopes have markings of different colors: green, blue, red, and black.
Do you like extreme alpine skiing? Touristen aus aller Welt finden es interessant, die Alpe d’Huez zu besuchen, die ein einzigartiger Ort ist. Dieses Skigebiet hat einen unbestreitbaren Vorteil – es ist unmöglich, ein anderes Berggebiet zu finden, das auf so kleinem Gebiet so viele Skipisten hat. Das Dorf in der Nähe dieses Bergsportjuwels hat eine dreieckige Form. Es ist Teil des Grandes Rousses-Massivs.

Alpe d'Huez
Alpe d’Huez
Das Skigebiet Alpe d’Huez begrüßte 1936 seine ersten Gäste. Wenn Franzosen über dieses Skigebiet sprechen, verwenden sie oft den Ausdruck „am meisten“. In der Tat verdient das Resort Lob. Die Alpe d’Huez hat sich seit ihrer Einführung zu einem der führenden alpinen Skigebiete in Europa entwickelt. Dies ist ein sonniger Ort, und selbst kalte Bergmassive der französischen Alpen wirken hier charmant und einladend.

Explore the Meribel national parks

The french alps summer holiday is truly an immersive and exciting experience.

In close proximity to marmots, chamois, and golden eagles, explore the long hiking trails of the many national parks of the Alps where the scent of gentians is scented: Les Ecrins, la Vanoise, la Maurienne,… Don’t miss: the Géoparc of Haute-Provence , classified by UNESCO, with its exceptional geological heritage, is definitely worth a visit. Adventurers should embark on the Great Alpine Crossing, which covers 620km and 40 stages from Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean.