Les Trois Vallées is the largest ski area in the world which is connected solely by ski lifts and slopes. It claims to have about 600 km of ski slopes. In addition, there are 120 km for cross-country skiing. Les Trois Vallées has 183 ski lifts, which can transport 260,000 skiers per hour. Other equipment owned by the operating companies include 2,300 snow cannons.
Les 3 Vallées is a record-breaking ski area on many fronts! With a total of 19 Michelin stars and 11 gastronomic restaurants, nowhere else is skiing such a delight for the taste buds!3-Valley piste map
While superb skiing is an ingredient required of any Alpine getaway, it’s not the only necessity. Thanks to its eclectic array of bars and clubs, Courchevel comes to life in the evenings, making it enormously popular with those looking for an exceptional night out. The après ski is some of the best found in the Three Valleys.
If you’re in need of something to eat, perhaps for a romantic night out, you’ll be spoilt for choice about where to dine first. Courchevel is home to no less than six Michelin-starred restaurants, perfect for those who enjoy splendid, sumptuous experiences.
But fine dining isn’t the only option on the menu. The resort is soaked with French charm, which means there are numerous restaurants whose menus have taken inspiration from traditional local cuisine.
The Méribel Center resort is renowned for its unspoiled and authentic environment. Chalets and residences make up the various wooded districts of this very English-speaking, chic and bourgeois family resort.
Below the Altiport, Méribel Village is a small, peaceful family hamlet linked to the Allues valley ski area by chairlift. The return is via an easy and idyllic blue slope.
If you are looking for good food in Meribel, options range from family-friendly, good value pizza-type places to hotel fine dining, and, unusual for an Alpine resort, there’s also tasty Indian fare.
La Tania is very popular with families, it is nestled at an altitude of 1400 meters in a quiet and forest environment.
The centre is entirely pedestrian. It has direct access to the ski area and to the restaurants, bars and shops.
A must at La Tania is to have lunch or dinner at the famous 1 Michelin star restaurant "Le Farçon" owned by the famous chef Julien Machet!
Val Thorens is the highest village in Europe located at an altitude of 2300 meters. The village of Val Thorens is located right on the foot of the slopes. Whatever your place of residence, the slopes are in the immediate vicinity. Freed from all constraints, you are already on the slopes ...
Culinary pleasures are in the spotlight in Val Thorens, with a whole range of good restaurants; a real gourmet journey for an ultimate experience of flavours!
From local products to Michelin starred chefs, from tradition to modernity, the winter bistronomy and gastronomy of Val Thorens will satisfy all appetites.
Les Menuires (further down the valley from Val Thorens) is made up of enjoyable pleasures, well-marked pistes and perfectly groomed sunny slopes, always worth a trip to the unforgettable Pointe de la Masse mountain.
A beautiful authenticity combined with the pleasure of intense skiing is what Saint Martin de Belleville offers to ski enthusiasts, away from too many crowds. There is no noisy discotheque here, but the softness of the Alpine villages.
On the catering side, Saint Martin de Belleville has a dozen establishments including La Bouitte, a restaurant classified 3 stars in the Michelin Guide, an unmissable event for people with a real love for fine dining ... Gastronomic, traditional cuisine, mountain specialties, regional menu, brasserie, pancakes, pizza ... the choice is yours!