FAQs:

Chalets Verdier, Tarin and Bouvreuil in the village of la Côte d´Aime

  • Q: Nearest ski slope?
  • A: Montalbert and Montchavin are 10 and 15 minutes drive respectively across the valley. They both connect with La Plagne, which in turn connects with Les Arcs via the Vanoise Express cable car to make the Paradiski area, the third largest ski area in the world.
  • Q: Airport / rail links?
  • A: Chambéry 45 minutes; Grenoble 70 minutes; Lyon 90 minutes; Geneva 120 minutes. Eurostar stops at Aime (4 minutes drive from the village) and Bourg-Saint-Maurice.
  • Q: Nearest bar / restaurant?
  • A: There is a great restaurant in the village called Auberge de Cassiel and a good choice of bars and restaurants in Aime, 4 minutes drive down from the village.
  • Q: What's the aspect / altitude?
  • A: Looking out from the South-facing side of the valley, the village is at an altitude of approximately 1000m.
  • Q: What's special about the village / area?
  • A: la Côte d´Aime is on the doorstep of the National Park of Beaufortin with its wild, untouched mountains. It benefits from a unique microclimate known as the Versant de Soleil, making it almost Mediterranean in the summer. The village enjoys fabulous views towards the Peisey valley, Les Arcs and La Plagne.
  • Q: What about the summer?
  • A: The area is fantastic for hiking, mountain climbing, abseiling and parapenting. White-water rafting and kayaking are available in nearby Bourg-Saint-Maurice. The immediate locale is on a comparatively gentle slope for the area, making it a draw for cyclists looking for a less arduous ride. Nearest golf course is in Les Arcs - a 30-minute drive .

Luxury Chalet in the village of Peisey-Nancroix

  • Q: Nearest ski slope?
  • A: There is a lift 200m from the chalet, which connects with Les Arcs, and La Plagne via the Vanoise Express cable car (making the Paradiski area, the third largest ski area in the world).
  • Q: Airport / rail links?
  • A: Chambéry 60 mins; Grenoble 1hr 30 mins; Lyon 1hr 45 mins; Geneva 2 hrs 15 mins. Eurostar stops at Aime and Bourg-Saint-Maurice (both about 20 minutes drive from Peisey-Nancroix).
  • Q: Nearest bar / restaurant?
  • A: There are a couple of bars and restaurants about 200m from the chalet in the village.
  • Q: What's the aspect / altitude?
  • A: Adjacent to the village church, the chalet faces South-West across an unspoilt valley, with commanding views over the village. Peisey-Nancroix is at an altitude of just over 1300m. The village also enjoys fabulous views of the Bellecote, an imposing mountain that draws hardcore off-pisters from around the world.
  • Q: What's special about the village / area?
  • A: Peisey-Nancroix has a unique blend of traditional Savoyard and Bourgeoisie architecture. It is highly desirable for its quiet, untouched feel whilst still boasting fantastic amenities: a ski lift, ski shop, restaurants, small supermarket, boulangerie and garage. The French have been trying to keep this one quiet for years!
  • Q: What about the summer?
  • A: The area is ideal for hiking, cycling and mountain climbing. Abseiling and parapenting are also popular, with white-water rafting and kayaking available in nearby Bourg-Saint-Maurice. Nearest golf course is in Les Arcs, a 10-minute drive.

Chalet Chardonneret (and 1-3 additional chalets) in Sainte Foy village

  • Q: Nearest ski slope?
  • A: Villaroger is less than 5-mins drive across the valley and connects with Les Arcs (which in turn is linked to La Plagne to make Paradiski). Sainte Foy ski station is a 5-minute drive up the mountain.
  • Q: Airport / rail links?
  • A: Chambéry 60 mins; Grenoble 1hr 30 mins; Lyon 1hr 45 mins; Geneva 2 hrs 15 mins. Eurostar stops at Bourg-Saint-Maurice (about 15-mins drive).
  • Q: Nearest bar / restaurant?
  • A: There are some good restaurants in and around the village. Le Monal hotel is about 5-minutes walk and has a great bar and restaurant.
  • Q: What's the aspect / altitude?
  • A: Chalet Chardonneret sits just above 1000m, facing West across the valley to the pretty ski village of Villaroger.
  • Q: What's special about the village / area?
  • A: With Tignes and Val d'Isère only 15/20 minutes drive and Villaroger and Sainte Foy within 5 minutes, we have not had a property better located for access to the widest range of skiing in the valley.
  • Q: What about the summer?
  • A: The Tour De France grinds its way up and down the valley in July, inspiring lots of local cycling activity and races. Sainte Foy has great family-oriented fetes, which also feature great food and conspicuous amounts of wine. If you're not hooked by the cycling there's always hiking, mountain climbing, abseiling and parapenting. White-water rafting and kayaking are available in nearby Bourg-Saint-Maurice. Nearest golf course is in Les Arcs, a 20-minute drive.

Montorlin Apartments

  • Q: Nearest ski slope?
  • A: Montchavin is a couple of minutes drive up the mountain. Montchavin connects with La Plagne, which in turn connects with Les Arcs via the Vanoise Express cable car to make the Paradiski area, the third largest ski area in the world. A regular bus service running up to Montchavin stops 150m from the apartments.
  • Q: Airport / rail links?
  • A: Chambéry 60 mins; Grenoble 1hr 30 mins; Lyon 1hr 45 mins; Geneva 2 hrs 15 mins. Eurostar stops at Aime and Bourg-Saint-Maurice (both about 15/20 minutes drive from Montorlin).
  • Q: Nearest bar / restaurant?
  • A: There are bars and restaurants in Montchavin, a couple of hairpins up the mountain. There is also a path that leads through the top of the village to Montchavin - about a 10-minute walk.
  • Q: What's the aspect / altitude?
  • A: Montorlin is just below 1100m, the apartments face North across the valley, the balconies on the side of the property facing West.
  • Q: What's special about the village / area?
  • A: Montorlin is a lovely example of an unspoiled working Savoyard village with great access to a huge ski area.
  • Q: What about the summer?
  • A: The area has lots of challenging cycling on the mountain and there is also a cycle route that runs alongside the Isere River if the big climbs become too much. There is plenty of summer sports activity in and around La Plagne and Les Arcs with hiking, mountain climbing, abseiling and parapenting. White-water rafting and kayaking are available in nearby Bourg-Saint-Maurice. Nearest golf course is in Les Arcs, a 20-minute drive.