- Resort altitude of 1,850 metres
- 300km of piste across the Tignes-Val d'Isere ski area
- Ski or snowboard to an altitude of 3,456 metres
Val d'Isere combines with Tignes to form the fantastic Tignes-Val d'Isére Ski Area offering endless excitement to suit all tastes and abilities. The resort is composed of La Daille, Val d'Isere centre and Le Fornet, all linked by a free bus service. Val is renowned for its nightlife, which ranges from lively clubs to cosy creperies and traditional restaurants.
Skiing and snowboarding in Val d'Isere
The ski area in Val d'Isere is so varied that no matter you experience, you'll have plenty on offer to keep you entertained for a week in the mountains. Le Fornet is a quieter part of Val d'Isere and offers some easy and often empty pistes that are usually covered with good snow - glacier skiing here goes to 3,456 metres. Beginners will find 2 free slopes located in the centre of the village, perfect for confidence building and mastering your turns before hitting the larger ski area.
Boarders are in luck too as Val d'Isere is also home to an impressive terrain park that is well worth a visit as it's perfect for practising and showing off your tricks. Val d'Isere is known for it's off piste skiing and snowboarding too with Le Fornet having some of the best, easily accessible off piste tracks across resort so you're really spoilt for choice staying here.
Where to stay in Val d'Isere
Val d'Isere is a true mountain village that taps into it's alpine roots with traditional stone, wood and lauze buildings dotted across the resort. We offer a range of 3-5 star hotels, modern residences and chalets all located within a short walk of the ski area and ski lifts. Many of our properties include spa and wellness facilities with your stay and we also have accommodations that are well suited for larger groups - whether that be families or friends. If you would like to stay in the heart of resort, you're in luck as the majority of our properties are located in the centre of Val d'Isere, but we also have hotels and chalets that are located a short yet enjoyable walk away for those of you who would prefer some peace and quiet.
Bars and restaurants in Val d'Isere
Val d'Isere has a wide range of restaurants for all tastes and budgets, whether you're feeling breakfast or dinner with a view. Across resort you'll find many restaurants that offer traditional French cuisine so there'll be plenty of opportunity to try out the local food. Why not treat yourself and eat in style at a Michelin star restaurant? 'La Table de l'Ours' provides fine dining and tasteful, rich food ranging from Savoie snails and spinach to venison with pine-smoked carrots. There are also Pizzerias, child friendly restaurants and many places serve dishes for different dietary requirements so there really is something for everyone.
Val d'Isere wouldn't be the same without it's highly rated après ski scene. The resort is home to La Folie Douce, the most famous mountain club of the Alps that attracts crowds of people year after year - a stop here is the only acceptable way to end the day with a pint and a boogie before skiing or snowboarding your way back down to the village.
What's included on an Inghams holiday to Val d'Isere
Flights, transfers and accommodation based on self catering, half board, chalet catering, full board or all inclusive. Optional add ons include equipment hire, lift pass and tuition, please see the 'Ski extras' tab below for more information on these.