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.
1 day ski pass is tignes only.
2 day+ 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