Tignes-Val d’Isère

Icon of the Alps - discover France's snowiest playground

Tignes-Val D’Isère is the most reliable place for those of you who love year-round ski trips. It's divided into two separate ski resorts, Tignes and Val D’Isère and the glaciers mean that you can even head there for some Summer skiing!

The area's ideal for skiers of all levels due to its 300 kilometre range of pistes. If you'd rather go off-piste, there are professional guides who'll show you the best routes.

At night the valley glows with the golden light from the cluster of restaurants, bars, chalets and hotels. In the day time, the Grand Motte Glacier is a must-see for experienced skiers and snowboarders with its vast snow fields and white forests.

You can even ski past frozen waterfalls and try to discover the secrets of the slopes! This is definitely one to add to your bucket list.

Le Village Perdu

Enjoy this magical outdoor play and relaxation area free of charge. The Village Perdu can be found in the heart of La Daille's forest.

This new and sustainable hideaway features overhanging footbridges more than 90 metres high. 

If you're feeling adventurous you can ski right up to the Village Perdu, before heading off on foot to explore the walkways through the trees.

  • from£579pp
  • Area: 300km
  • Altitude: up to 3456m

A true skier's resort; high, totally snow sure, with high speed lifts and open pistes right around its huge, panoramic snow bowl. Tignes is the leader of non stop ski. With a resort height of 2,100m snow is always on the menu and anyone looking to improve their freestyle should definitely consider a week in Tignes!

  • from£619pp
  • Area: 300km
  • Altitude: up to 3456m

A well established favourite for UK skiers, some come purely for its awesome range of challenging skiing. Others are more interested in the resort's well earned fame as an apres ski paradise. However, we believe most will simply revel in a resort that continually manages to combine both these strengths better than anywhere else in the ski world.

Skiing levels
Cross country
Mountain facts
Area 300 km
Blue Runs 87
Red Runs 41
Black Runs 26
Longest run 7 Km
Whole Area Pass Lifts56
Cable Cars4
  • Fantastic sport centre
  • Swimming pool
  • Bowling
  • Parapenting
  • Fitness centre with sauna
  • Indoor squash and tennis court
  • Ice climbing
  • Husky sledging
  • Ice rink
  • Ice driving
  • Sports Centre with pool, sauna, Hammam, tennis and squash courts and gym
  • Hang-gliding
  • Helicopter rides
  • Husky dog safaris
  • Weekly market (local specialities)
  • Cinema


To Geneva



Gatwick; Manchester; Heathrow*;

Edinburgh; Belfast Int'l; Leeds Bradford; Birmingham;


3hrs by coach

To Chambery



Gatwick; Stansted; Manchester; Bristol;


2hrs 15mins by coach
Supplements apply on some flights.
*Only private transfers (at supplement) available on these flights.

Private transfers and Self drive are available.

Skiing levels

Cross Country

Mountain facts

Ski areas
  • 87
  • 41
  • 26
Longest run
Chairlifts 48 , Cable car 4 , Gondolas 4
Slope direction
What We say
  • The undiscovered corners of the Tignes-Val d’Isère ski area can be your most memorable experiences – Le Fornet is a must!

  • Tignes has a 24 hour bus service between Lavachet, Le Lac and Val Claret.

  • On low visibility days head to Les Brevières for beautiful tree-lined runs.

What You say
  • I loved the ski school Evo2, it was exciting to discover new places and they were fun and pleasant to be around. I learnt lots of new skills and enjoyed it very much.

    Tignes, Aaron Widdows, Feb 2018
  • Great Ski Trip; weather, entire package was well organised, great and efficient.

    Val d'Isère, Luc Louette, Feb 2018
  • Chalet Hotel Le Savoie & Spa – excellent location, charming staff, wonderful food. Staff worked very hard and were always smiling and helpful. Le Savoie is definitely to be recommended to others. First class!!

    Val d'Isère, Graham Juniper, April 2018
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