About the tignes
High up in the Tarentaise Valley amongst the central French Alps, the lively resort of Tignes is a great location for those looking for great snow and lots to do off the slopes too. Split between two centres across a frozen lake, the resort is made up of Tignes-le-Lac and Val Claret.
Sits at the bottom of the dam, at a relatively low altitude of 1550 m, Tignes les Brevieres has traditional chalets where visitors enjoy a “raclette” or a “fondue” near a roaring fire. Read More
Tignes 1800 is the new village in the resort and is at the heart of Tignes & Val d’Isère linked area, it opened as recently as December 2013. Read More
If you want a skiing with quiet stay, combination this village offers you this. And you will like what Tignes le Lavachet offers overall! Read More
If your favorite holidays features skiing, getting a nice suntan on a terrace, shopping and relaxing, head to Tignes le Lac, the words of the resort themselves, but true. Read More
+High altitude, snow sure skiing, making for a long season.
+Lots of accommodation near the slopes.
+Very functional resort with great glacier access
Things to think about
-Lifts prone to closure in bad weather
-Architecture isn’t the prettiest and not to everyones taste.
-Some chairlifts are in need of an update as they are long and slow.
Ski pass covers skiing in Tignes and Val d’isere.
Free entry to the Lagon swimming pool included with any 2 to 15 consecutive day ski pass bought.
Child pass 5-13 Years