Ski holidays in La Plagne take place in a fantastic ski resort consisting of 8 different villages with their own centres and distinct atmospheres. With 225km of pistes and an altitude varying between 1250m and 3250m, skiing in La Plagne offers plenty of great runs for everyone.
We offer a range of ski packages, from cheap and cosy to luxurious and all-inclusive, in various the villages of La Plagne When skiing in La Plagne, all of the villages are connected to each other and together they form a “ladder” up the mountain.
The liveliest of these villages is Bella Plagne, built in a forested area and proving there is much more than just skiing in La Plagne. Belle Plagne has various shops, excellent restaurants and fun après-ski bars. For many visitors, Belle Plagne is the most appealing village in the region. From the Plagne Centre the Funiplagne takes you to the top of the Grande Rochette in only four minutes and nearly all of the accommodations when skiing in La Plagne allow you to ski-in and ski-out, directly to and from your doorstep.
Plagne Soleil, in contrast to Bella Plagne, is a very peaceful village with great views over the mountains and the villages of Plagne Village below. Aside from the apartments and hotels there is a supermarket, a ski shop, a ski school and a restaurant with a bar.
The village of Aime 2000 is at the highest altitude of all the villages as it sits at the top of the mountain. When skiing in La Plagne a visit here will be rewarded with stunning views of Mont Blanc. From Aime 2000 you can access the piste directly or jump in a lift that takes you even higher up the mountain.
For families with children, Plagne Montalbert has proven very popular in recent years. The village is located at an altitude of 1375 meters on the other side of the mountain. It is a welcoming, simple village with a small centre and a few restaurants. We have no Sunweb staff present in this village.
The village of Les Coches is also located in the Paradiski resort at an altitude of 1450 meters. Here you can enjoy skiing through the trees on predominantly blue and red pistes.
If you are staying on a ski holiday in La Plagne you can choose a lift pass for the resort of La Plagne or, for an extra fee, a lift pass for the entire resort of Paradiski. The Paradiski resort consists of La Plagne and Les Arcs/Peisey/Vallandry which are connected to each other by the Vanoise Express.
All flights ski packages to France include bronze ski rental equipment. However, it is often possible that you may upgrade your ski material to a ski package that suits your experience level.
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