Spend holiday in Montgenèvre, it's coming to the oldest ski resort in France, as it was created in 1907. It is located between the vallée de la Clarée and the val de Suse, in the Hautes-Alpes, at 1860 m in altitude (peaks at 2700 m), at 11 km north-east of Briançon, on the franco-italian border.
It is a fortified village with amazing monuments, such as the fort de Charberton, the highest fort in Europe, culminating at 3135 m in altitude and built at the beginning of the 20th century.
To holiday in Montgenèvre, means you can benefit from an exceptional snowfall and 300 days of sun per year. Montgenèvre is part of the ski resort of Mont de la Lune and offers 100 km of alpine skiing pistes (green to black pistes) and 40 km of cross-country skiing. This ski resort is directly linked to « Via Lattea », offering 400 km of pistes between France and Italy. You can also choose the relevant trails for hiking in snowshoes.
The more adventurous of you will be able to test the other board sports (snowboard, ski freestyle, etc.) thanks to the facilities such as the half pipe or the big air bag. You will also be able to try the Monty express Luge, a luge fixed on a monorail that travels 1400 m , or simply try out the natural ice rink.
You can also try snowtubing (travelling down the piste in a giant inflatable) and have fun as a family. Why not try the heliski (skiing and being dropped off by helicopter)? When the pistes have closed, you will be able to do some trekking with Sunscoot (as a passenger on a motorbike, allowing you to discover the mountains a different way)
During your holidays in Montgenèvre, you can also try laser gaming or playing squash, indoor golf or even table tennis at Alpes squash, a new sporting complex.
Cinema, businesses, bars, nightclubs and restaurants are available to meet your needs.