Below is a list of all the French ski resorts in which we supply ski accommodation in France. Click on the resort for further details
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Brits love a ski holiday and love nowhere more than a ski holiday in France. Every year over 200,000 of us fly, drive or catch the train down to the French Alps and enjoy some fun in the snow. The appeal of a ski holiday in France is obvious: you can be there in a matter of hours, French ski areas are varied and extensive and the snow is super reliable.
To give you a better idea of where to ski in France, here are the current top ten most popular resorts: Val d'Isere, Meribel, Val Thorens, Tignes, Les Arcs, Courchevel, La Plagne, Alpe d'Huez, Les Deux Alpes and Chamonix.
French ski resorts
France boasts a great variety of excellent ski resorts for skiers and snowboarders of all levels, including the most popular ski resorts in Europe. Choose from traditional, village ski resorts or ski-in ski-out modern resorts in the largest interlinked ski domains of the world. French ski resorts have something that will appeal to everyone on their ski holiday. For more information on French ski resorts and skiing in France, please click on the French ski resorts listed.
Ski areas in France
The most popular ski areas in France are the Three Valleys which incorporates Courchevel, Meribel and Val Thorens and L'Espace Killy which links Tignes and Val D'Isere. Other noteworthy ski areas in France are the Portes du Soleil, the newly created Paradiski Area which links La Plagne and Les Arcs with the Espace San Bernardo.
Ski chalets in France
The French Alps are home to thousands of ski chalets and if you prefer a more relaxed, informal holiday, a catered ski chalet holiday is a very popular option. We have a wide choice of French ski chalets in all the major French ski resorts. Take a look at our extensive range of ski chalets in France.
Transfer Times to Ski Resorts in the French Alps
Take a look at the approximate transfer times to the resorts accessible from Lyon, Chambery, Grenoble, Nice and Toulouse. Geneva is also used to serve many French ski resorts.
Lift Passes for French Resorts
Compare the lift pass prices for French ski resorts - remember you don't always need a full area pass, think about how much skiing you will actually do. You can usually pre-book your ski pass with your holiday booking, or you can get it on your transfer bus or when you arrive in your resort.