La Rosiere Ski Holidays
France

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Description

La Rosiere is a purpose built resort sitting at 1850m. The resorts consists of mostly chalets and apartments built in traditional Alpine style dotted discreetly throughout the woods.

La Rosiere is comprised of over 160km of pistes. The resort offers an extensive array of greens and blues tailored for beginners and is linked to the neighbouring Italian resort of La Thuille which opens up a range of fantastic intermediate skiing with a wide variety of blues and reds, together these two resorts make up the Espace San Bernado.

La Rosiere prides itself on being one of the most child-friendly resort and has been awarded the ‘Famille Plus Montagne’ by the French national tourist board. The resort is increasingly popular with families due to its child friendly accommodation and fantastic beginner skiing.

There are two distinct villages to La Rosiere; the resort centre and an newer offshoot Les Eucherts. Both of these have a range of amenities and ski lifts. Getting between the two villages is approximately 15 minutes’ on foot or alternatively there is a free shuttle.

Like many Alpine resorts, La Rosiere is pushing itself and constantly updating. New for the 18/19 season is the Mont Valasian area. This will expand the resort to the new height of 2800m. The new area will have two new chairlifts and open up an additional five pistes.



Getting There

Unless you have booked a package holiday where the travel is all sorted for you, you may want to think about how you are going to get to and from resort. Despite being tucked away in the Alps and with only one road in or out there are plenty of options for getting to La Rosiere.

Fly

The most common way to get to resort is to fly. There are four local airports to La Rosiere:

Geneva  - 210km – 2hrs10
Chambery – 126km – 1hr40
Grenoble –210km–3hrs
Lyon – 230km – 2hrs45

Grenoble and Chambery are closed over the summer months and tend to get busier over weekends in the winter. Geneva is open all year round and has the most options with plenty of flights from a range of destinations. Lyon also has a large selection of flights (mainly from around Europe rather than the UK)

Transfers from the airport

There are several companies who offer shared and private transfers to get you from the airport to the resort. 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.

Which transfer company you use will depend on your group size, flight times and budget. Our recommended transfer companies include:

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.

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

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

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

Train

The nearest train station is Bourg St Maurice which is approximately 35 minutes away by road from Val d’Isere. The Eurostar runs direct trains from St Pancras International in London and Ashford in Kent directly to Bourg on Saturdays between December and April, and direct night trains on Fridays from January to April. Taking the train can be good option if you have lots of luggage to take as the generous allowance means you can take your skis or snowboard, as well as two suitcases at no extra charge.

Drive

Many people opt to drive out to La Rosiere. If you are coming from the UK, you can either travel via the channel tunnel or take the ferry. The euro tunnel departs approximately every 15 minutes from Folkestone and takes 35 minutes. Prices start from £90 each way. You can book your crossing online at -

The ferry runs from either Hull to Zeebrugge or Dover to Calais with P&O ferries - http://www.poferries.com/en/portal.  The Hull ferry operates daily and is overnight arriving in Zeebrugge at 08:45am. The Dover to Calais service operates up to 23 times each day and takes 90 minutes. 

On arrival in France (or Belgium if you are taking the ferry to Zeebrugge!) remember to drive on the right hand side of the road. It is important to note that there are several tolls on route down to the Alps, the prices depend on which section of road you use but the total cost will be approximately €75 in total.

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.

In certain weather conditions, the roads may become snowy and icy and although local municipalities are very good and keeping the roads clear, it can be dangerous so it is important to take extra care and attention when driving. It is a legal requirement in France to carry snow chains in your vehicle or police will refuse you access to certain roads. When driving in these conditions, slow down when you encounter any snow, use high gears to avoid wheel spin, and keep moving when driving up an incline on snow.

Parking is located close the slopes and operates under a pay and display system. The length of time and price differs between the different car parks. There is not a dedicated car park meant for long term usage.


When to Go


Where to Stay


La Rosiere is made up of two villages the Resort Centre and Les Eucherts. The two villages are located very close to one another. There is a local shuttle bus which links the two, however most people choose to enjoy a leisurely stroll along the footpath and enjoy the breath-taking view of the Tarentaise Valley. Both villages rest at 1850m and have high speed lifts straight out of their centres to make skiing access easy.

Resort Centre

La Rosiere resort centre was purpose built in 1961. Unlike many purpose built villages La Rosiere has succeeded in maintaining traditional attractive chalets. The ski school meeting point, lifts, shops and chalets are arranged in a compact manner so there is very little walking to be done.

Les Eucherts

The second village is Les Eucherts. Newer than the town centre, this area takes on the name of the original farming village on the land. It is a practical choice for accommodation with all the key facilities and amenities located within in an easy distance. The village also has its own high-speed chair lift to whisk skiers up the mountain. The local children clubs have also made it as easy as possible for parents with ESF having their own novice area and Evolution 2 offer a pick up and drop off service for guests staying here.





Getting around

La Rosiere is quite a compact resort with just two villages located about a 15 minute walk apart.

By Bus

There is a regular ski bus running through Les Eucherts, L’Averne, Le Gollet, the resort centre and Maison du ski every 15 minutes. This free shuttle bus continues to run between Place des Eucherts and La Rosiere centre until 11pm every evening from Sunday to Friday.

Ski Lifts

La Rosiere has a very efficient lift system with chair lifts extending out of the centre of each village. In order to get over to La Thuile it is an easy journey via the slopes of the Petit Saint Bernard pass. These runs are mostly blue so it is suitable for confident beginners. Be aware that there is no easy way back other than skiing. If you do miss the last lifts it is a very expensive taxi journey that will take several hours.

By Taxi

There are a number of taxi companies who operate in La Rosiere. When using a taxi it is advisable to book in advance as not all companies operate every night.

On Foot

This is the easiest and most common way of getting around the resort is on foot as everything is relatively close. There is a footpath along the main road between the two villages. There is also a cleared footpath through the forest between the villages which is lit at night making it easier to commute between the two for dinner or drinks.


Apres

Unlike some slightly larger ski resorts, La Rosiere does not have a big party scene. However there is still a selection of bars for après and quite a few that stay open until the early hours. Here is a selection of the most popular:

Bar La Roz is a small but lively venue. You will regularly find people dancing on the tables and taking advantage of the cheaper drinks.

For those wanting to unwind in a more relaxed way over a peaceful glass of wine or champagne next to a cosy fire then Chez Le Gaulois is the place. This chilled out wine bar offers an extensive wine list in a calm environment. Also perfect for a pre or post dinner drink.

Le Pub is La Rosiere’s closest venue to a nightclub. Staying open until 4am this spot is a great place to have a boogie and a drink or even enjoy some darts.

Le 1850 is located directly opposite the Tourist Office in the resort centre. This venue features a wine and tapas menu, ideal for those post-slopes munchies.
They often have live music and aim to show many of the major sports matches on one of their TVs.

Moobar combines a disco and a nightclub in the centre of Les Eucherts. Despite being a nightclub the venue promotes a laid back atmosphere until 4am.

For sports fans wanting to watch the latest match Le Comptoir is the place to head to. Located in the heart of the resort centre, this venue is a traditional British pub offering simple food and reasonably priced drinks. When there isn’t any sport on then there will be live music or resident DJs. 


Eating out

La Rosiere has a choice of some lovely restaurants offering a wide range of cuisine for all budgets:

La Grange serves a variety of Savoyard, Italian and traditional local dishes. The restaurant is set in a typical wooden farmhouse decorated with lots of cows to celebrate the towns farming history. This is located in the centre of Eucherts.

Le Genepi is located in the heart of the resort centre. They have an extensive a la carte menu and a substantial wine list. They offer a selection of set menus for both lunch and dinner at very reasonable prices. The restaurant has a lovely south facing terrace ideal for the sunny spring afternoons. With steaks and pierrade on the menu, there is something to please most diners.

L’Antigel is one of La Rosiere’s finest slope side restaurants. Just off the Tetras piste this offers a modern restaurant with a great menu full of mountain classics sure to re-energise you for an afternoon skiing.

Aux 3 Ours is a lovely tea room in the centre of Eucherts. Whether you want a snack or something more substantial this venue offers a cosy setting next to the ice skating rink.

L’Ancolie is a fab lunch time spot. The chef frequently fires up the bbq offering some great grilled foods. Also open in the evening you can savour delicious ribs, steak, venison, fondue or even some fish dishes next to a roaring log fire. If you are staying a little further away the restaurant offers and complimentary pick up and drop off service on request.

Le Plan du Repos is a mountainside restaurant with incredible views at the peak of the Roches Noires Chair. There is pedestrian access here so it is an ideal place to meet non-skiers in your group for lunch.

La Traversette is located the base of the Fort chairlift with a wonderful sunny south facing terrace. There is a snack bar as well as a formal restaurant. Fondue can be ordered but the restaurant must be notified at least 24 hours in advance.

Le Relais du Petit Saint Bernard offers a lunchtime brasserie style menu and a traditional Savoyard menu in the evenings. The evenings also offer some great value set menus. The chef’s set menu always comes highly recommended by previous guests.

The Accroche Coeur offers a variety of international and French cuisines. They also do some incredible seafood platters on Fridays which must be booked in advance. They also have an extensive liqueur selection from all over the world. Located in the centre of La Rosiere the restaurant is easy to get to providing a convenient and delicious dinner option.

Le Flocon offers both lunch and evening services in the centre of Les Eucherts. They serve a selection of hearty favourites such as burgers, pizza and steak. It is a good option for big groups as they have a large space so can easily create large tables.


Good for Couples

l’Entre Deux

Galerie du Valaizan 2

La Rosière Centre

La Rosiere

+33 4 79 08 72 84

Good for Couples

La Flam

La Rosière Centre

La Rosiere

+33 4 79 22 48 03

Good for Family

Creperie le Petrin

Imm Valaizan 2

La Rosiere

+33 4 7940 1795

Good for Family

Les Marmottes

Le Valaisan II - 1er étage

La Rosière Centre

La Rosiere

+33 4 79 40 19 88

Good for Friends

La Taverne Du McKinley

Batiment le McKinley

Front de Neige

La Rosiere

+33 4 79 06 58 58


Activities

If you have a non-skier in the group or if you don’t plan on skiing all day then you might want to consider some different activities that are available in the resort.

As well as a selection of shops, bars and restaurants, La Rosiere has a whole host of non-skiing activities.

La Rosiere has a large indoor ice rink available for public use as well as hosting ice hockey matches every Wednesday. Visitors can either watch the matches or they can try out a bit of skating themselves. The rink is located in Les Eucherts and is open from 15:00- 19:30 throughout the winter. There are also sessions to take part in for children between 4 and 9 years old. These include skating lessons, ice hockey tasters as well as free skating.

Bowling alley is a great evening activity for all ages not just non skiers. There are special slides to assist children so the whole family can come and have a go. The alley also hosts pinball machines and table football.

The cinema is located in the Terrasses shopping centre in the town centre. There are two screens showing all the latest blockbuster hits. Look out for the films marked ‘VOST’ as this means that the film will be shown in English. To pick up a film schedule head to the tourist office.

Evolution 2 offer a variety of sledging activities. These include the paret which is an old traditional wooden sledge, these are available for varying lengths of time down from the Roches Noires lift. It is open to those aged 10 or over. This is available after the lifts have shut usually around 4:30pm. They also offer sledging by night for those aged 16 or over. 

There is a specialised sledging area located by the main car park at the bottom of the slopes. This is open every day from 9am to 10pm depending on snow cover. This is a great option for children during the day as it is in a safe zone away from skiers.

Snowshoeing guided walks are a popular activity through the forests of La Rosiere. The instructors will inform you about the heritage and the wildlife. These are available through a number of companies such as ESF and Evolution 2.

If you want to go one step further then you can snowshoe up to an igloo and partake in building it on the Marie and David Crocket course. If you fancy an igloo experience but maybe building it isn’t for you then you can go for a fondue meal inside one instead. Don’t forget to wrap up warm, dinner in an igloo can be a frosty experience!

Range of Children’s activities put on by the Tourist Office for children such as snowman building, Panda walks and snow challenges

There is also a brand new swimming pool and wellness centre, the Altispa. As well as offering panoramic views there are luxury areas such as a salt room, sauna and 3 jacuzzis. This offers the ultimate relaxing and pampering session with massages available to book.

In addition to these activities there are even more to sample. These include paragliding, dog sledding, snake gliss and ice driving.



Dog Sledding

Le Valezan

La Rosiere

+33 4 79 40 19 81

Heli-skiing

Le Valezan

La Rosiere

+33 4 79 40 19 82

Snow-shoeing

Le Valezan

La Rosiere

+33 4 79 40 19 80


Ski School

There are some very good ski schools in La Rosiere who cater for all skiing/ boarding abilities regardless of whether it’s your first time skiing or you are an expert and looking for a guide to help you explore the Espace San Bernardo.
The ski schools offer a wide variety of services from beginner group lessons to private ski clinics. Group lessons are more sociable and normally work out cheaper, however they are not as intense as one-to-one tuition. Most ski schools will be happy to talk through the different options available for you and assess your skiing ability to determine your level and which class will be most suitable.
Although it is not mandatory, it is advisable to book your ski school in advance as availability is limited and lessons may sell out. This is especially true if you are travelling on peak weeks such as Christmas, New Year, Half Term or Easter.

ESF
are one of the most established ski schools in the Alps, they have been running in the different resorts for over 70 years. They offer fully qualified English speaking instructors. ESF offer a range of lessons including private and group sessions. Because La Rosiere is such a family focussed resort they also offer special lessons during the holidays such as the ‘Too cool for school.’ This is created for teenagers between the age of 7 and 17 to choose their own speciality to focus the lessons on. This could be snow park, freestyle, off-piste or boarder cross. ESF is also the chosen ski school for the lessons that Les Galopins Kids Club for younger skiers.

Evolution 2
is a ski and adventure school who offer ski school for all abilities as well as several winter activities including paragliding, speed riding and dog sledding. Like the other ski schools they offer more specialised classes focussed for the teenage market who have completed ski school but still wanting new challenges. Their junior academy focuses on freestyle and freeride skiing. They also guarantee one full day skiing in Italy. They have a small group size of 8 people and include all the off-piste equipment as well as the necessary ways to use it all.


Getting around

La Rosiere is quite a compact resort with just two villages located about a 15 minute walk apart.

By Bus

There is a regular ski bus running through Les Eucherts, L’Averne, Le Gollet, the resort centre and Maison du ski every 15 minutes. This free shuttle bus continues to run between Place des Eucherts and La Rosiere centre until 11pm every evening from Sunday to Friday.

Ski Lifts

La Rosiere has a very efficient lift system with chair lifts extending out of the centre of each village. In order to get over to La Thuile it is an easy journey via the slopes of the Petit Saint Bernard pass. These runs are mostly blue so it is suitable for confident beginners. Be aware that there is no easy way back other than skiing. If you do miss the last lifts it is a very expensive taxi journey that will take several hours.

By Taxi

There are a number of taxi companies who operate in La Rosiere. When using a taxi it is advisable to book in advance as not all companies operate every night.

On Foot

This is the easiest and most common way of getting around the resort is on foot as everything is relatively close. There is a footpath along the main road between the two villages. There is also a cleared footpath through the forest between the villages which is lit at night making it easier to commute between the two for dinner or drinks.


Family ski

La Rosiere is well known for its family friendly focus. Since 2006 they have earned the French classification of ‘Famille Plus Montagne.’ The resort has various entertainment put on by nurseries and the tourist office as well as excellent snow conditions and beginner friendly slopes.

For families looking for childcare, there are several options available. Families can choose to use a local crèche, in house childcare provided by a tour operator or a private nanny service. It is advisable to book your childcare in advance especially if you plan to travel during school holidays in order to secure the care you need and avoid disappointment.

Creche Facilities

There is one crèche facility in La Rosiere. They have two branches to their facility, one for children 18 months to 3 years old who are not in ski lessons and then one for those who are and aged between 3 and 13 years old. They have a purpose built facility on the edge of the slopes in the resort centre. This fantastic building has all the amenities that any nursery in the UK would have as well as a phenomenal outside snow play area.

They work alongside ESF to provide ski lessons for those over the age of 3. These are with specially trained instructors who try to combine technique and outdoor play to make the experience as fun as possible.

In house childcare

In house childcare can often be the easiest and most convenient form of care. Families generally prefer to book with a tour operator who offer a crèche with English speaking staff and provide similar style childcare that you would receive in the UK.

These tour operators offer a range of childcare for all ages and you can book as much or as little as you like. The operators run a structured day of activities including ski school suitable for each age group.

Recommended operators who offer childcare:

Ski Espirit offer a range of childcare from 17 months and ski lessons from 3 years old. They have a large selection of chalets throughout the resort.

Ski Beat offer a private nanny service across their La Rosiere accommodation. They care for children aged between 4 months and 12 years old. Their nannies come to your accommodation and can either stay inside the chalet or plan some outdoor activities. They are also happy to cook for your children at lunch as well as take them out for a fun hot chocolate. They have 6 chalets within the Papillion building in La Rosiere, each sleeping varying amounts of people.

Private Nanny Companies

There are a variety of private nanny specialists in La Rosiere providing flexible levels of high quality care. They are able to offer individual nannies on a one-to-one basis or supply a couple of nannies to care for a group of children. The nannies will usually get in touch with you before you arrive in resort allowing you to give them as much information about your children as possible. In general, this method offers the most in-depth and bespoke childcare programme.

Recommended private nanny companies operating in La Rosiere:

T4 Nannies are known as the ‘loveliest nannies in the Alps.’ They offer handpicked staff offering high quality service for both private nannying in the day time and a babysitting service in the evenings.

Snow Little offer a fully tailored service even available to help out with things such as super market shopping for self-catered chalets.


Group Ski


Childcare

La Rosiere is simply one of the most family-friendly resorts in the Alps. Along with the gentle beginner slopes, there is a decent range of non-ski activities to choose from if the weather turns against you, or if the children just want a change of activity.

The resort’s ice skating rink sits in the Les Eucherts part of town. Double-blade skating boots are available for small children, so the rink is very family-friendly. Lighting effects and a good sound system mean the rink’s regular disco evenings are good fun and aside from skating, visitors can enjoy ice hockey lessons with coaching and all the gear supplied. http://winter.larosiere.net/winter-ice-rink.html

There is a bowling alley in the Place des Eucherts offering a good number of lanes along with pool tables, sports coverage and live music.
http://winter.larosiere.net/winter-bowling.html

Snow shoeing is fun and adventurous for all ages, and is perhaps the perfect way to explore the mountain off skis. The trails head off into pine forest and courses of different gradients are available for show shoers young and old. If you’re lucky, you can spot a number of wild animals in the terrain outside the resort and the fresh air and valley views are just amazing.

The resort’s cinema, Le Ruitor Cinema, offers two screens with regular showings of recent films in both French and English. You can pick up a leaflet detailing the latest information on film screenings at the tourist office. http://winter.larosiere.net/winter-cinema.html


The Piste

Beginners

La Rosiere is the ideal resort for for beginners. There are several free lifts as well as a dedicated area exclusively of green runs beside the Clarines and Lievre Blanc lifts, this creates a safe zone for beginners to practice before trying any of the longer runs and heading further up the mountain.

Intermediates

The resort is predominantly made up of intermediate runs with 25 blue and 31 reds. Several of the reds runs are relatively straightforward and short but both the Marmotte red and Frontaine Froide are long and challenging.  The adventure over to La Thuile is a good route for intermediate skiers and the runs over the border and back can be up to 11km.

Advanced

La Rosiere is not known for its advanced skiing but there are 13 black runs in the resort as well as some extensive off-piste routes. The toughest run in resort is the Franco Berthod slope which is 3km long and has an impressive 72% angle. There are a couple of shorter black runs that are well-worth doing such as Ecudets and the unpisted Snowzone.


Ski School

There are some very good ski schools in La Rosiere who cater for all skiing/ boarding abilities regardless of whether it’s your first time skiing or you are an expert and looking for a guide to help you explore the Espace San Bernardo.
The ski schools offer a wide variety of services from beginner group lessons to private ski clinics. Group lessons are more sociable and normally work out cheaper, however they are not as intense as one-to-one tuition. Most ski schools will be happy to talk through the different options available for you and assess your skiing ability to determine your level and which class will be most suitable.
Although it is not mandatory, it is advisable to book your ski school in advance as availability is limited and lessons may sell out. This is especially true if you are travelling on peak weeks such as Christmas, New Year, Half Term or Easter.

ESF
are one of the most established ski schools in the Alps, they have been running in the different resorts for over 70 years. They offer fully qualified English speaking instructors. ESF offer a range of lessons including private and group sessions. Because La Rosiere is such a family focussed resort they also offer special lessons during the holidays such as the ‘Too cool for school.’ This is created for teenagers between the age of 7 and 17 to choose their own speciality to focus the lessons on. This could be snow park, freestyle, off-piste or boarder cross. ESF is also the chosen ski school for the lessons that Les Galopins Kids Club for younger skiers.

Evolution 2
is a ski and adventure school who offer ski school for all abilities as well as several winter activities including paragliding, speed riding and dog sledding. Like the other ski schools they offer more specialised classes focussed for the teenage market who have completed ski school but still wanting new challenges. Their junior academy focuses on freestyle and freeride skiing. They also guarantee one full day skiing in Italy. They have a small group size of 8 people and include all the off-piste equipment as well as the necessary ways to use it all.


Equipment Hire



Lift Passes

The below prices are based on the 2017/18 season and are in euros:

6 Days                Full Area Lift Pass
Adult (13-64)       211.20
Child (under 5)   83.80
Child (5-12)        158.40
Senior (65-74)    179.50
Over 75              97.20

A Family pass (2 adults (18+) + 2 children (-18)) is available. This price allows for the adults to ski at a child’s rate making the lift pass for 2 adults and 2 children €691.00. This pass is only available when the whole family takes the same duration of pass which 6 days or over and it purchased in the same transaction.

Every Saturday a special rate is applied for online purchases of the full San Bernardo pass. This pass must be purchased online before Thursday for the offer to apply. Price for a full area adult single day ski pass start at €26.00. This is a great idea if you are arriving on a Saturday and will only have a few hours to ski but want to get out there.

Tribu Price for the San Bernardo Ski Pass on 3 or more adults buying the same type of pass in the same order a discount of 5% can be earned. Only available online, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. This would reduce the pass to €200.60

La Rosiere has several free lifts which do not require a lift pass. These are ideal for complete beginners as it allows them to find their ski legs before buying a lift pass and heading off up the mountain. These free lifts are Clarines 1, Dahu, Manessier and Tapis des Lutins magic carpet.


Chalet Sleeps

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RESORT STATISTICS

  • ALTITUDE

    1850m

  • LONGEST PISTE

    13km

  • HIGHEST SKI LIFT

    2600m

  • TOTAL LIFTS

    38

  • TOTAL PISTE

    160km






Ski chalets in La Rosiere

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Cleopatra
 

Sleeps:8

 
 
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Cleopatra
 
La Rosiere, France
 
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Charlotte
 

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Charlotte
 
La Rosiere, France
 
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Les Landelieres
 

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Les Landelieres
 
La Rosiere, France
 
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Amelia
 

Sleeps:12

 
 
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Amelia
 
La Rosiere, France
 
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Romeo
 

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Romeo
 
La Rosiere, France
 
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Begonia
 

Sleeps:14

 
 
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Begonia
 
La Rosiere, France
 
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Le Braconnier
 

Sleeps:18 - 20

 
 
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Le Braconnier
 
La Rosiere, France
 
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Dahlia
 

Sleeps:12

 
 
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Dahlia
 
La Rosiere, France
 
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Belina
 

Sleeps:12

 
 
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Belina
 
La Rosiere, France
 
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