About the Resort
The high-altitude resort of La Plagne is made up of seven purpose-built resort villages and the surrounding ski province. It’s also got a further four villages linked to it; making up one of the largest ski areas in France. The La Plagne piste map makes up half of the Paradiski region, the
Belle Plagne certainly lives up to its name. It’s an attractive ski in/ski out village right at the top of the resort, where you can find beautiful views. There’s also an outdoor heated swimming pool to enjoy too. Read More
These villages offer a quieter alternative to the larger villages, and come with a cheaper price tag too. The real plus point is their height – you can look forward to stunning views right across the valley to Mont Blanc. Read more.
Plagne Centre makes for an ideal holiday base for families. You’ll particularly appreciate the car-free centre and ample snow area – with easy access for children to play and enjoy. Plagne’s centre is found at the bottom of the slopes, with a nice shopping centre to visit. You’ll also find lots of La Plagne restaurants and bars to choose from at the top of La Plagne; right on the edge of the slopes. Activities-wise you’ve got bowling and snowmobiling to choose from too. Read more.
Plagne 1800 sits just below the main centre of La Plagne and has good access to the slopes. It is a strong location if you are keen to stay in a chalet.
Whilst it is purpose built, bar one or two older buildings, Plagne 1800 has the most traditional look of the high La Plagne resorts. It has a couple of bars and restaurants and a small supermarket. Read more.
+Good Nursery Slopes
+Cable Car Link to Les Arcs
Things to think about
-Lower areas can have poor snow in warmer months
-Lift System needs some work
-Very few challenging pistes
Local Ski Pass gives access to the entire la Plagne ski area (villages, altitude and glacier)
Child Pass is 5 -12 Years.
Heated Outdoor Pool
9hr 31min 972km
Travel from Calais
Chambery 1h 11m 102km