A small high-altitude village in the Haute Tarentaise (Savoie region), today considered as THE most beautiful and enjoyable ski destination in France.
For skiers, an exceptional ski area from Val d’Isere to Tignes:
- 300 km of slopes reaching an altitude of 3,400m,
- open from the end of November to the beginning of May,
- snowfall 150 days/year,
- off-piste terrain as far as the eye can see,
- The Pisaillas and La Grande Motte glaciers enable summer skiing.
Val d’Isere authenticity and elegance will also appeal to lovers of “the finer things in life” thanks to its wide variety of restaurants and top-quality services.
A marvel in the summer on the edge of the ultra-preserved Vanoise National Park, a spectacular environment with an abundance of flora and fauna, a change of scenery and peace of mind guaranteed.
The "hamlet" of Le Fornet
(Val d'Isère commune)
A traditional hamlet less than 2km from the village centre situated at an altitude of 1,950m.
Leave on skis via the Fornet cable car which provides access to the Pisaillas glacier and the entire ski area, return on skis via blue, red or black runs.
The village has an incredible charm with its old bridges spanning the river Isère and its narrow streets with restored hazelnut farms and new luxury chalets, perfectly integrated into the natural environment.
Le Fornet benefits from incomparable sunshine due to its high position in the valley between the mountains.
The only 2-star Michelin restaurant in the area, l’Atelier d’Edmond is located in this picturesque location.
During the summer, the hamlet is linked to the mythical Col de l’Iseran, at 2,764m, crossed by many cyclists.
- Michelin-starred and gourmet restaurants
- Aqua-sport centre
- Massages (outside the Chalets)
- Evening in Igloo
- Evening in a yurt
- Fondue evening in a carriage
- Helicopter flight
- Snowshoe hike
- Climbing on ice
- Sled dog
- Joering Ski and Snowboard
- Buggy and Quad
- Driving on Ice
- Ice Diving
- Horse snakegliss
- Horseback riding / pony ride
- Bobsleigh and Bob Raft
- Electric ATV on snow
- Visit to the Farm of the Adroit