La Plagne Ski Chalets - book yourself a spot on one of the best ski slopes in the French Alps
If you have already been to such classic hot and sunny holiday locations as Huelva Apartments, why not go for something a bit different this time? Situated in the Paradiski region, La Plagne is a great venue for a winter break, though summer also has plenty to offer visitors. Consisting of six resorts in the high-altitude area of Tarentaise, in the French Alps, La Plagne offers a great venue for both winter and summer holidays. Located close to the Paradiski area, La Plagne chalets provide a great way to get away and enjoy what Alpine France has to offer. The Paradiski region is one of the best places to enjoy the sport in the French Alps. Its slopes are north facing, meaning that snow coverage is always good. There are two peaks over 3000 metres high, and the woodland provides shelter as well as a nice backdrop. At Champagny en Vanoise, visitors to La Plagne holiday rentals can participate in Nordic, cross country skiing, while the village is also the gateway to the Vanoise National Park, where creaures like ibex and vultures lurk.
La Plagne Apartments - enjoy thilling outdoor sports no matter what the season
At nearby Montchavin it is actually possible to ski through the village's old orchard. At Plagne Montalbert, a traditionally constructed village of wood and stone, history enthusiasts can check out the Superga Chapel, which is a miniature replica of the one in Turin. At Les Coches, a cable car allows visitors to La Plagne holiday rentals good access to Les Arcs and other resorts in the area. When it comes to enjoying a touch of apres-ski, Belle Plagne is perhaps the best of the villages to head to. As well as bars and restaurants, there is a bowling alley, while live music venues offer a livelier way to enjoy a relaxing evening after a day on the slopes.
La Plagne Accommodation - thick woodland, snow-capped peaks and unforgettable treasured moments
Summer visitors to La Plagne holiday rentals will also find plenty of activities to keep them busy. The area has some great hiking trails, and more experienced walkers may want to undertake longer walks into the Vanoise National Park, where it is possible to stay overnight in a cabin. Climbers also visit the area, and there is plenty of white water rafting and canyoning for those who enjoy more watery thrills. People looking for something a little more sedate may also enjoy a hot air balloon ride, allowing them outstanding perspectives on the surrounding mountains. There are some farms to visit too, which will appeal to children, while some guests in La Plagne holiday rentals may also want to explore the area by horseback. Whether someone is planning a summer stay in La Plagne holiday rentals or a winter visit to enjoy the skiing, there are plenty of delights to discover in this corner of the French Alps.