La Plagne Ski Holidays
France

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Description

La Plagne is Europe’s most visited resort attracting more and more holidaymakers every year. The purpose built resort was built under Charles De Gaulle’s leadership so that everyone in France could have an affordable place to ski hence why it is not the most attractive of places but the majority of accommodation is very affordable and offers easy ski access.

La Plagne is split into several villages – Plagne 1800, Plagne Centre, Belle Plagne, Plagne Bellecote, Plagne Village/Soleil, Montchavin/Les Coches, Montalbert, Champagny and Aime.

La Plagne itself boasts 225km of piste formed of 130 runs split into 18 black, 33 red, 69 blue and 10 green (over 50% blue runs)  and neighbours Les Arcs to form the Paradiski covering 425km piste in total. The resorts are linked by the Vanoise Express which is the only double cable car in Europe. Guests can buy a Paradiski lift pass which covers the whole area or alternatively the La Plagne local pass permits one day to Les Arcs.



Getting There

If you haven’t booked a package where travel organised for you then you will need to think about how you are going to get to and from resort.

Fly

The most common method of travelling to resort is to fly. There are 4 local airports to La Plagne

Chambery – 117km – 1h30
Grenoble – 190km – 2h55
Lyon – 194km – 2h15
Geneva – 196km – 2h50

During the winter season there are a huge number of flights in and out of all airports. Grenoble and Chambery are busier on weekends and are closed during the summer. Geneva and Lyon are busy and open all year round
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Which airport you choose to fly to will depend on where you are coming from with Geneva having the highest volume of flights from the UK and Lyon from other areas.

Once you arrive in resort, you will need to get a transfer to the airport. It is worth checking transfer arrangements before booking your flights especially if you want a shared transfer as these are less regular and you don’t want to be waiting around for hours at the airport.

Alps2Alps provide private transfers from Geneva, Chambery, Grenoble and Lyon.

Alti Bus provides shared transfers from Geneva, Chambery and Lyon.

Bens Bus provides low cost shared transfers from Geneva, Grenoble and Lyon.

Cool Bus provides private transfers from Geneva, Grenoble, Chambery and Lyon.

Europe Transfer provides private and shared airport transfers from Geneva, Lyon, Grenoble and Chambery.

Ski Lifts have been awarded the world’s best ski transfer operator in the world ski awards. They provide private and shared transfers from Geneva, Grenoble, Lyon and Chambery.

Snowbus provides shared transfers on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Geneva and Grenoble and private transfers every day of the week from Geneva, Grenoble, Chambery and Lyon.

Snowdrone provide shared transfers from Geneva and luxury yet affordable private transfers from Geneva, Grenoble, Chambery and Lyon.
Train

The closest train station to La Plagne is Bourg Saint Maurice which is approximately 40 minutes drive away. The Eurostar runs directly from St Pancras International in London and Ashford in Kent. Direct trains run every Saturday between December and April and every Friday night between January and April. The train can be a popular choice to allow you to have more time on the slopes and can be a good option if you have a lot of luggage as the generous luggage allowance means you can take your skis or snowboard as well as two suitcases at no extra charge.

Drive

A lot of people prefer to drive out to resort from the Uk, you can with take the channel tunnel of the ferry.

The eurotunnel departs from Folkestone every 15 minutes and takes 35 minutes. Prices start from £90 each way, you can book your crossing here - https://www.eurotunnel.com/uk/home/

The ferry operates from both Hull to Zeebrugge and Dover to Calais with P&O ferries, Details can be found here - http://www.poferries.com/en/portal

When driving in France remember to drive on the right hand side of the road. There are several tolls on the route down to the Alps and the prices will vary depending on your vehicle and which route you take but will total to approximately €75. European travel/vehicle requirements are very strict and on-spot fines can be issued if you don’t have: headlight converters, GB sticker, warning triangle, spare bulbs, high viz vests for each passenger in the car and breathalysers.


When to Go


Where to Stay

La Plagne is split into several different villages/resorts.

Plagne 1800

Plagne 1800 is a cute and quiet family friendly village. There are plenty of chalets located here all offering quick and easy ski access with nowhere being more than 10 minutes from the slopes. There are plenty of shops but there isn’t much going on in terms of après ski and nightlife so you would have to get a bus to another village if you wanted a big night out.

Plagne Centre

Plagne Centre is a purpose built village with  few chalets to choose from but some good chalet hotel options. There are plenty of shops/bars/restaurants here – Scottys, Mouth Bar, Fort Colorado to name a few. The compact village was built with skiers convenience in mind as nowhere is more than 10 minutes from the slopes; Plagne Centre has lots of different lifts to choose from as well as the ski school meeting point.

Belle Plagne

Belle Plagne is the most attractive purpose built resort in La Plagne. The resort was built by Intrawest who is the company behind Whistler. Belle Plagne was designed for ski access with most of the properties being ski in/ski out. The attractive resort centre has covered walkways and a large covered shopping centre as well as a few good bars and restaurants – Bowling, Cheyenne, Saloon, Matafan, K2.

Plagne Bellecote

Plagne Bellecote is located just down from Belle Plagne and is a lively hub packed with accommodation, restaurants, shops, activities and events. Plagne Bellecote has fantastic ski access with four chairs, one drag and one bubble all heading off to different ski areas.

Plagne Village/Soleil

Plagne Village/Soleil is a small resort with two collections of properties either side of the piste. The accommodation here is excellent for ski access with most properties being ski in/ski out. The resort isn’t the most attractive with very little going on. For apres ski, the only place is Monica’s in Soleil.

Aime

Aime is probably the least attractive resort in La Plagne. There are a couple of big complexes on the mountain and Aime has its own ski school and beginners area.
 
Montchavin/Les Coches

Montchavin and Les Coches are traditional towns which existed before the ski area opened. The quiet and picturesque villages are located next to the Vanoise Express which links La Plagne to Les Arcs. There are plenty of well located chalets here and the village is perfect for families looking for a peaceful escape. There isn’t anything going on in terms of apres ski and nightlife so it is not the best place to stay for groups who want to go out.

 



Getting around

There are two main free bus services in La Plagne. One connects Plagne 1800 to Plagne Bellecote and Plagne Centre every 15 minutes from 0830 to 0050. The other runs between Les Charmettes, La Roche, the bobsleigh run, Plagne 1800, Plagne Centre and Aime 2000 every hour from 0600 to 0030. There is also a free shuttle between Plagne Soleil and Plagne villages that run every 15 minutes from 0835 to 2345, this only operates during the school holidays (Christmas, February and Easter).

There is no bus service between Belle Plagne and the other villages. To access Belle Plagne you need to take the Telecabine lift which runs between Belle Plagne and Plagne Bellecote until 2345 and then take a bus. There is also a Telemetro lift that links Plagne Centre and Aime 2000 which runs every 5 minutes between 0800 and 2345.


Apres

La Plagne isn’t known for it’s crazy apres ski and nightlife however there are some great bars dotted around the resort:

Le Cosy Bar & Nightclub is a late night hot-spot in Plagne Bellecote. The bar is open 17:00 to 20:00 and the club from 22:00 to 06:00 and the bar serves snacks right through till the end of the night.

Le Saloon Bar is a Wild West themed nightclub in Belle Plagne with DJs every night. The bar is open from 4pm till 5am but generally doesn’t get busy till later on.  
Le Cheyenne Cafe is a warm and welcoming cafe in the heart of Belle Plagne. Choose from coffee, tea, beers, cocktails, spirits and wine in the classic Savoyard bar.

Le Tete Inn is a popular pub style bar in Belle Plagne.

Igloo Igloo Bar is an igloo-themed (hence the name!) bar in Plagne Centre. The bar offers a wide selection of drinks with complimentary nibbles and happy hours.

Luna Bar is a rustic style pub located in Plagne Centre and is good for a relaxing après ski drink, pre-dinner drink or party night with live music ad DJs.

Scotty’s Bar is located at the foot of the Stade Olympic run in Plagne Centre. They serve a great menu from 1130 till 2100 and have excellent daily happy hours and live music during the week.

Mouth Bar is located in Plagne Centre. The underground bar is open from 4pm till 2 am and has a chilled atmosphere in the afternoon with table football, darts and live sport before the party starts later on.

La Rhumerie is a small and cosy bar located in Aime La Plagne serving every flavour of rum. 

Monica’s Pub is located in Plagne Soleil and is a lively spot for après ski with happy hour and live music.

La Mine Bar is located in the heart of Plagne 1800 and is a popular bar for apres-ski and evenings.


Eating out

La Plagne has a good range of good range of restaurants throughout the resort:

L’Absinthe is a popular fast food restaurant located in Aime 2000 and serves a range of local Savoyard specialties.

Le M is located in Aime 2000. The restaurant is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner and has a Savoy and bistro menu with daily specials.

Hotel Carlina is located on the blue piste linking Belle Plagne and Plagne Bellecote.

Le Hors Piste is located on the piste in Belle Plagne. The restaurant boasts a large outdoor terrace and serves s menu of traditional dishes, local specialties and pizzas.

Chez Pat Le Sauget is a cosy mountain restaurant located in Les Coches. The family run restaurant has a set daily lunch menu with two options to choose from and is also open from breakfast and dinner.

Chalet des Verdons Sud is a mountain restaurant located in the middle of the piste on the south side of Champagny. The restaurant serves traditional French food and Savoyard specialties.

Le Forperet is a mountain restaurant located above Montalbert. The traditional farmhouse restaurant serves regional Savoyard cuisine such as cheese fondue, meat pierrade, tartiflette, salads, soups, omelettes and snacks.

Le Matafan is located in the centre of Belle Plagne and serves traditional Savoyard food.


Good for Couples

Hotel Carlina

Hôtel Carlina

Belle Plagne

La Plagne

+ 33 4 79 09 78 46

Good for Couples

La Refuge

Plagne Centre

Macot-la-Plagne Aime

La Plagne

+33 4 79 09 00 13

Good for Couples

Le Montana

Aime 2000

La Plagne

+ 33 4 79 09 78 46

Good for Family

Chalet des Colosses

Lieu-Dit Plagne Villages

Macot-la-Plagne Aime

La Plagne

+33 4 79 09 28 70

Good for Family

Le Grizzli

La Plagne

+33 4 79 09 07 62

Good for Friends

Au Coin du Feu

La Plagne Soleil

Macot-la-Plagne Aime

La Plagne

+33 4 79 24 54 70

Good for Friends

Bar La Mine

Plagne 1800

Macot-la-Plagne Aime

La Plagne

+33 4 79 09 24 89

Good for Friends

Monica's

Route de la Plagne

Macot-la-Plagne Aime

La Plagne

+33 4 79 09 21 21


Activities

If there is a non skier in the group or if certain members of the party don’t plan on skiing all day then they may want to have some activities to do off the piste.


La Plagne’s unique bobsleigh was built for the 1992 Olympic Games and is the only one in France. The run is located halfway between Plagne 1800 and La Roche.

The Super Tyro is ranked third in Trip Advisor’s ‘best things to do’ in La Plagne. The 600m zipline spans the ravine below Plagne Centre on a line from Plagne Aime 2000, some 100m higher. The route runs between two huts, roughly following the path of the Telemetro cable car. 

Paragliding is one of the fastest growing air sports in the world and La Plagne is a great place to give it a go.

La Plagne has a range of walking trails through the lower slopes in the resort. The majority of walks offer beautiful views of the area and are not normally seen from the main pistes. Trail maps are available from the Tourist Office.

There are three operators in La Plange for snowmobiling. Snow Panthers in Plagne Centre, ELPRO in Belle Plagne and Peb Evasion in Plagne Bellecote.
Snowmobiles offer the chance to explore La Plagne in a completely different way.

The pistebasher introduction is a great way to explore the mountains and learn the skills involved in piloting these huge tank-like machines.

La Plagne also has several shops, restaurants and bars to explore.

SKI SCHOOL

There are several ski schools to choose from in La Plagne which will cater for all skiing/boarding abilities and offer a wide range of services from private ski clinics to group lessons. Group lessons will be cheaper and more sociable but are not as intense as one-to-one tuition. The majority of ski schools will be happy to assess your ability to determine which class will be most suitable.

It is not mandatory to pre book lessons although it is advisable so that you can secure your place and availability is limited especially if you are travelling on a peak week (Christmas, New Year, Half Term, Easter)

ESF has been running for over 70 years and has fully qualified English speaking instructors to help you improve your skills. ESF offer group and private lessons as well as mountain guiding for all abilities. They have a ski school in Plagne Centre, Plagne Village, Plagne 1800, Belle Plagne and Plagne Soleil.

Oxygene is the leading family-friendly, English speaking ski and snowboard school in the French Alps. They offer both private and group instruction for children and adults.

Lime SnowSports is the only British owned ski school in La Plagne. They offer private individual and group lessons to both adults and children.

New Generation ski school meeting point is in La Plagne 1800. They have a close-knit team of 3 fully qualified English speaking instructors who teach all levels in both group and private lessons.

Reflex Ski School is a small team of ski and snowboard instructors located in Plagne Centre.


Bobsleigh

Macot-la-Plagne

Aime

La Plagne

+33 4 49 08 82 23

Helicopter tours

ABOVE LA PLAGNE CENTRE

La Plagne

+44 779 664 0841

Wellness spa

Aime

La Plagne

+33 4 79 55 62 93


Ski School

There are several ski schools to choose from in La Plagne which will cater for all skiing/boarding abilities and offer a wide range of services from private ski clinics to group lessons. Group lessons will be cheaper and more sociable but are not as intense as one-to-one tuition. The majority of ski schools will be happy to assess your ability to determine which class will be most suitable.

It is not mandatory to pre book lessons although it is advisable so that you can secure your place and availability is limited especially if you are travelling on a peak week (Christmas, New Year, Half Term, Easter)

ESF has been running for over 70 years and has fully qualified English speaking instructors to help you improve your skills. ESF offer group and private lessons as well as mountain guiding for all abilities. They have a ski school in Plagne Centre, Plagne Village, Plagne 1800, Belle Plagne and Plagne Soleil.

Oxygene is the leading family-friendly, English speaking ski and snowboard school in the French Alps. They offer both private and group instruction for children and adults.

Lime SnowSports is the only British owned ski school in La Plagne. They offer private individual and group lessons to both adults and children.

New Generation ski school meeting point is in La Plagne 1800. They have a close-knit team of 3 fully qualified English speaking instructors who teach all levels in both group and private lessons.

Reflex Ski School is a small team of ski and snowboard instructors located in Plagne Centre.


Getting around

There are two main free bus services in La Plagne. One connects Plagne 1800 to Plagne Bellecote and Plagne Centre every 15 minutes from 0830 to 0050. The other runs between Les Charmettes, La Roche, the bobsleigh run, Plagne 1800, Plagne Centre and Aime 2000 every hour from 0600 to 0030. There is also a free shuttle between Plagne Soleil and Plagne villages that run every 15 minutes from 0835 to 2345, this only operates during the school holidays (Christmas, February and Easter).

There is no bus service between Belle Plagne and the other villages. To access Belle Plagne you need to take the Telecabine lift which runs between Belle Plagne and Plagne Bellecote until 2345 and then take a bus. There is also a Telemetro lift that links Plagne Centre and Aime 2000 which runs every 5 minutes between 0800 and 2345.


Family ski

La Plagne is the Europe’s most visited resort particularly with families. The ski area boasts plenty of wide and gentle slopes so it is well suited for lower intermediates and families

For families wanting childcare, there are three options – using a local crèche, in-house childcare provided by the tour operator or booking a private nanny. It is important to book childcare in advance as La Plagne is very popular with families and the childcare does get booked up early (especially on peak dates)

Crèche facilities

ESF have club Piou Piou for 3-5 year olds.

In-house childcare

Many families consider booking with a tour operator who offer in-house childcare as the easiest and most convenient form of care. Booking through an operator ensures that you have English speaking staff and will offer similar style care that you would receive in the UK.

The following operators offer a range of age appropriate childcare and ski school in their properties:

Espirit - Chalet Hotel Des Deux Domaines in Belle Plagne
Club Med Plagne 2100 and Aime La Plagne
Mark Warner – Chalet Hotel Christina

Private nanny companies

There are several private nanny companies in La Plagne who offer flexible levels of high quality care.

My Travelling Nanny is a family run specialist holiday nanny agency who match families with the perfect Travelling Nanny for their holiday.

Snow Little prides themselves on finding the perfect nanny for each family.

T4 Nannies is the loveliest in the Alps with their handpicked staff offering high quality service.


Group Ski


Childcare

La Plagne is fantastic for children. Families with kids in tow, who are keen to experience more than just skiing can choose from ice skating, climbing, and snow-shoeing, along with a host of other pursuits. A few mote highlights if you need a break from skiing include:

Swimming - La Plagne Centre has a lovely indoor swimming pool and there’s a heated outdoor pool in Plagne Bellecote too. The pretty base resort of Montchavin is home to a new leisure complex with spa facilities, a wellness suite and indoor swimming pool.

Ice skating - The Bellecote area of la Plagne is home to the resort’s ice skating rink, and it’s a popular choice for families taking a break from the snow.

Tobogganing - La Plagne offers a good number of safe tobogganing areas for children to enjoy. One of the best is located in Plagne Centre where the slope is a good gradient for safe tobogganing.


The Piste

Beginners

The biggest beginner area (or ‘Zone Debutant’) is in Plagne Bellecote where there are a number of blue pistes running into the resort. Next to the Debutant area is the Arpette chairlift which serves 4 wide rolling blue pistes which are a good place to improve technique. There are also beginner areas in Belle Plagne, Plagne Cente, Plagne Village and Aime La Plagne.

Intermediates

La Plagne has some great skiing for intermediates with such a high proportion of runs in resort being blue and red. The slopes of La Grande Rochette offer challenging runs in particular the Mont de la Guerre. Other runs to note include La Clapet and L’Esselet from the top of Roche de Mio.

Experts

Experts should head to the Montalbert valley which is where many of the black runs are. Many moguls are found under the Colosses chair which links Plagne Bellecote and Plagne Villages. The run is used for international competitions and isn’t marked on the map but is open to good skiers when competitions are not taking place. The steepest runs are found on the Bellecote glaciar and for off piste, the smaller villages are a good place to head for fresh snow. There are some excellent runs down to the village of Macot at 800m, however due to the low altitude these runs are only possible in exceptional conditions and also means you have to get a taxi back as there are no lifts. The Montalbert valley has some gentle terrain and the Verdons Sud side of the Grand Rochette is a big open face that has an amazing formation and fun terrain.


Ski School

There are several ski schools to choose from in La Plagne which will cater for all skiing/boarding abilities and offer a wide range of services from private ski clinics to group lessons. Group lessons will be cheaper and more sociable but are not as intense as one-to-one tuition. The majority of ski schools will be happy to assess your ability to determine which class will be most suitable.

It is not mandatory to pre book lessons although it is advisable so that you can secure your place and availability is limited especially if you are travelling on a peak week (Christmas, New Year, Half Term, Easter)

ESF has been running for over 70 years and has fully qualified English speaking instructors to help you improve your skills. ESF offer group and private lessons as well as mountain guiding for all abilities. They have a ski school in Plagne Centre, Plagne Village, Plagne 1800, Belle Plagne and Plagne Soleil.

Oxygene is the leading family-friendly, English speaking ski and snowboard school in the French Alps. They offer both private and group instruction for children and adults.

Lime SnowSports is the only British owned ski school in La Plagne. They offer private individual and group lessons to both adults and children.

New Generation ski school meeting point is in La Plagne 1800. They have a close-knit team of 3 fully qualified English speaking instructors who teach all levels in both group and private lessons.

Reflex Ski School is a small team of ski and snowboard instructors located in Plagne Centre.


Equipment Hire


Lift Passes

There are two types of lift passes available – the La Plagne Pass and the Paradiski Pass. The La Plagne Pass covers the villages and pistes of the La Plagne ski area only and the Paradiski Pass allows access to the neighbouring Les Arcs and the increasing amount of ski area available.

The majority of skiers prefer to purchase the Paradiski Pass as it allows them to explore more pistes and neighbouring resorts without having to worry about ‘crossing the border’.

The below prices are based on the current rates in resort but may change at the time of purchase.

6 Day Pass            La Plagne         Paradiski
Adult (13-64y)        €250                  €284
Child (5-12y)          €197                  €224
Senior (65-74y)      €194                  €224


Lift passes are free for children under 5y and seniors over 74y however proof of age is required and they will still need to get a magnetic card. 

Reduced ski pass prices are available for groups of two (Duo) or more (Tribu) in La Plagne.  Both passes need to be bought at the same time for the same duration in the same ski area in one payment and must be booked at least 2 days in advance to allow the order to be processed. Duo passes save €10 per person and Tribus passes save €15 per person.

Family passes are available for a minimum of 2 parents and 2 children (5-17yrs) and you can add on any extra children at the same price per person. The passes must be to be bought at the same time for the same duration in the same ski area in one payment and must be booked at least 2 days in advance to allow the order to be processed.  All members pay the child’s rate on the family pass and it is only valid on 6 to 15 day passes.

Beginners can purchase a ‘Cool Ski’ 1 day passes which cost €30. The pass gives you access to a designated beginner area. You can buy individual days one at a time and buy a La Plagne or Paradiski pass once you have gained more confidence on the slopes. 

You can pre book your ski pass online in advance to save you time and collect them in resort from one of the Ski Pass Offices. You can also pre book your pass through your tour operator who will deliver it to your chalet upon your arrival. This is generally the easiest method of doing it as you don’t have to worry about the hassle of going to pick it up and can get out onto the slopes on your first morning.


Chalet Sleeps

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RESORT STATISTICS

  • ALTITUDE

    1970m

  • LONGEST PISTE

    10km

  • HIGHEST SKI LIFT

    3250m

  • TOTAL LIFTS

    144

  • TOTAL PISTE

    425km






Ski chalets in La Plagne

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Des Deux Domaines
 

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Des Deux Domaines
 
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Nicole
 

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Nicole
 
La Plagne, France
 
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Delphine
 

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Delphine
 
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Clarine
 

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Girolle
 

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Girolle
 
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Chanterelle
 

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La Plagne, France
 
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Joly
 

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Joly
 
La Plagne, France
 
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Alpicois
 

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Sarsonnet
 

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Sarsonnet
 
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