02nd December 2011
Many holidaymakers consider Courchevel as one of Europe’s top skiing destinations. It has something of a reputation as being swanky and a little more upmarket than other French skiing resorts. This is mainly because it offers everything from Michelin-starred restaurants to designer boutiques.
But you don’t have to splash the cash willy-nilly to enjoy a skiing holiday at Courchevel. It is in fact made up five distinct villages, each with its own individual character and with a price tag to match - so you’ll find a holiday to suit all budgets.
The Gateway to the Magnificent Three Valleys
Courchevel is the northern gateway to the Three Valleys, offering some of the most varied terrain in the French Alps. Better still, from the summit of the Saulire cable car you can easily drop down into neighbouring Meribel.
Getting to Courchevel
Getting to Courchevel from Chambery airport couldn’t be easier. It’s less than a 90-minute drive and bus services from the airport are frequent and efficient.
With cheap flights to Chambery available at Jet2.com you could soon be speeding down the famous slopes of the Three Valleys or indulging in Michelin-starred treats in the luxurious resort of Courchevel.
Posted in Ski
December 02, 2011 at 09:17
Tagged with Courchevel, Courchevel Ski, Ski Holidays, French Ski Resorts, Cheap Flights to Chambery