When you think Courchevel you think 1850. Courchevel as a whole has a lot to offer outside of 1850. New developments in the valley are leading to many new luxury chalets in Courchevel being built in Moriond, Village and Le Praz. In this blog I take a look at the best luxury chalets in Courchevel that aren’t in 1850 but could easily slot in next to Courchevel’s biggest hitters.
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Every March, the slopes of the Portes du Soleil come alive to the sound of music – and 2016 is no exception!
Between 13th and 19th March this year the popular Rock the Pistes festival is bringing the best of French and International rock and pop music to the ski area that straddles the French-Swiss border. The best thing about this festival is that the ticket is included with your lift pass! Read More...
Morzine sits in the Haute Savoie region of France just over an hour from Geneva airport, making it one of the most accessible ski resorts to visit!
Located in the heart of the French side of the Portes du Soleil ski area, Morzine draws in hundreds and thousands of adrenaline junkies every year. Sampling the smorgasbord of activities on offer during both day and night, winter and summer, many returning year after year. Don’t expect the all-night party atmosphere of other French resorts like Val Thorens and Val d’Isere but be prepared for a much more mature and laid back holiday in this resort that has a little bit of everything.
I may be a tiny bit biased having completed a season here myself but Morzine in my opinion quite simply has it all! Firstly, being just a mere hour from Geneva airport, this resort is exceptionally convenient and doesn’t have the long transfer time that you often get with the Three Valleys or l’Espace Killy commute. Plus the terrain on offer here is huge! With a massive 650km to play around in across 2 countries and 13 resorts, the Portes du Soleil is the largest linked ski area in Europe.