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Stay in a chalet this New Year’s Eve

Posted on Tuesday 13th November 2018 by Lesley Thomas

New Year’s Eve can be an overrated occasion - bars and clubs are too packed to be fun, the music is cheesy and it rarely lives up to expectations. But that’s when you go out - and there’s lots to be said for a cosy stay-at-home New Year.


Where to ski with very young children?

Posted on Wednesday 10th October 2018 by Lesley Thomas

Most ski resorts have facilities for little ones - whether that means lessons on offer, easy runs, snow parks or simply good babysitting services. But that doesn’t mean that they’re all created equal when it comes to taking your children on a skiing holiday.


Christmas 2018 family ski holiday

Posted on Monday 01st October 2018 by Lesley Thomas

The evenings are drawing in, children have gone back to school and it’s that time of year when thoughts turn to Christmas.


St Martin de Belleville: A secret treasure

Posted on Monday 24th September 2018 by Lesley Thomas

There’s much to be said for going to the bigger Alpine ski resorts; you’ll find lots of amenities and plenty of choice when it comes to restaurants and accommodation. But venture off the beaten path, and you might find smaller resorts have much to offer too. St Martin de Belleville is one such resort - and it could be the perfect secret hideaway for you this winter.


The best of the early-season Alpine skiing

Posted on Thursday 30th August 2018 by Steve Thomas

If, like us, you love skiing, the season can’t roll around again soon enough. You can’t speed it up, and you can’t guarantee snow, but you can head out to some of the best early-season resorts in the Alps to boost your chances of getting on the slopes early. So how can you boost your chances of seeing some snow before Christmas.


Holiday near a National Park

Posted on Friday 17th August 2018 by Lesley Thomas

Although much of the Alpine region boasts unspoilt natural beauty, that’s nowhere more true than in the national parks of the French Alps. These protected areas boast impressive flora and fauna, breathtaking views and the opportunity to enjoy an outdoor lifestyle on your holiday.


Stay in a classic Tour de France location

Posted on Thursday 09th August 2018 by Steve Thomas

If donning lycra and hitting the road is how you like to holiday, where better than a location on the route of the Tour de France? Not only is the cycling around Alpe d’Huez exceptional, but there’s plenty to do for the non-cyclists in your party too.


Why Annecy is the perfect summer holiday spot

Posted on Thursday 02nd August 2018 by Steve Thomas

Annecy is a resort popular with skiers during the winter months - but what you might not know is that it’s a great spot for summer holidays too. The picturesque old town is set in a backdrop of soaring mountains and glorious views, and there’s lots to see and do for families and groups.


Three reasons to try summer glacier skiing

Posted on Wednesday 18th July 2018 by Lesley Thomas

Skiing in the summer months is a foreign concept to most of us - but you can enjoy glacier skiing in the Alps for several months during the summer. There’s lots to recommend the experience - from more varied activities on offer away from the slopes to rubbing shoulders with pros. We’ve run down three of the best reasons to try glacier skiing in this blog.


Four foodie experiences you can’t miss in Vaujany

Posted on Friday 06th July 2018 by Lesley Thomas

Surely one of the most enjoyable things about going on holiday is food. Not only are you freed from the daily grind of planning and cooking, but away from home you’ve got a world of new cuisines, ingredients and flavours to enjoy. Vaujany is one of the best Alpine destinations for serious foodies - we’ve picked out four foodie experiences in Vaujany you can’t miss.


Summer skiing in Tignes

Posted on Monday 11th June 2018 by Lesley Thomas

You may think that skiing is a winter activity - and on the whole, you would be right. But in the right parts of the French Alps, it’s also possible to strap on your skis during the summer months.


Trek the Tour de Mont Blanc

Posted on Friday 25th May 2018 by Steve Thomas

For adrenaline junkies and activity seekers, there’s no better holiday spot than the Alps - where you can try your hand at almost any adventure sport that your heart desires. So if you’re looking for a challenge on your summer holiday this year, why not take a look at the Tour de Mont Blanc?