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Thinking of skiing in Belle-Plagne? With a traditional appearance and a warm, friendly and welcoming atmosphere, a Belle-Plagne ski holiday can be experienced at your own pace in a tranquil setting.

Why Belle-Plagne Ski Resort?

  • Easy access to the ski areas of La Plagne and Paradiski
  • Excellent well-equipped snow park
  • A traditional village in a tranquil setting 

Belle-Plagne (La Plagne) Information

La Plagne can be found in the Savoie region of France, in the Northern French Alps, on the edge of the Vanoise National Park. It forms part of the massive Paradiski ski area which as well as La Plagne includes Les Arcs. Les Arcs and its ski areas can be accessed via the Vanoise Express cable car which whisks skiers across the valley in 4 minutes. The double-decker cable car has, in addition to the 360° panorama, a 3-dimensional outlook courtesy of a transparent glass panel inserted into the floor of the lower level of the 2 cabins.

As you take the road from Bourg St Maurice, the first resort you come to is Plagne 1800 (so a good one if you don't want to go too far in the mountains and have a shorter transfer). Next is Plagne Bellecote at 1930m. Above Plagne Bellecote is Belle Plagne. Then above Plagne 1800 is Plagne Centre, the main resort in the area. From here, you can continue on to the right to Aime la Plagne or to the left to Plagne Villages and Plagne Soleil. Three further villages are also connected to the ski area - Montchavin - Les Coches is accessed from Landry further down the valley and lie below the Vanoise Express cable car that takes you to Les Arcs ski area. On the other side further up the valley and below Plagne Aime 2000 is the village of Montalbert. And finally, Champagny lies on the other side of the mountain altogether and has its own ski area as well being linked to the wider La Plagne territory.

Belle Plagne is the largest of the 3 high altitude villages at 2050m and also the newest and most attractive in La Plagne. It combines the advantages of ski-in/ski-out, with attractive architecture featuring local wood, lauze (flagstone) and other stone materials. It is also pedestrianised in the centre. This La Plagne ski resort also benefits from parking that's completely underground. Belle Plagne is home to the biggest snow park in La Plagne and has immediate access to the pistes.

There are also a number of bars and restaurants in Belle Plagne, with live music for après-ski entertainment and cuisine to suit all tastes - making it a good venue for nightlife. The bowling alley is also good family fun and has a fully licensed bar open late. The quaint little shops create a real village atmosphere, all overlooked by the clock tower.

Belle Plagne is linked to Plagne Bellecôte via a gondola lift which runs from 08.30-00.30, and from there you can use the free resort shuttle bus to reach the other La Plagne villages. Although you are sure to find everything you need and have plenty to keep you occupied within your chosen village, we do recommend that you take a few trips to explore the other surrounding villages of La Plagne, as they all have so much to offer. The main village with the most shops, services, bars and restaurants is Plagne Centre.


La Plagne is part of the large ‘Paradiski’ ski area and is the 2nd largest connected skiing area in the world. Paradiski has excellent facilities and with its huge variation in altitude (1200m-3250m) and with over 70% of the area being above 2000m, there is a multitude of different types of scenery and piste to explore. This impressive lift-linked ski area is formed of 18 ski resorts (the first 7 below in Les Arcs and the other 11 in La Plagne):

Les Arcs has a further 200km of pistes - access via the Vanoise Express double-decker cable car (world’s largest cable car) which is in the village of Montchavin. This takes you across to Peisey-Vallandry (Les Arcs).

With much of La Plagne above tree-level, there is an abundance of wide-open motorway pistes throughout the main bowl. Plagne Centre is the crossroads of the La Plagne ski area. Directly below Plagne Centre you have Plagne 1800, which is spread across a steep hillside. Plagne Soleil & Plagne Village and Aime-la-Plagne are slightly higher up – just short lift rides from Plagne Centre.

Plagne Soleil & Plagne Village, Plagne Centre and Plagne 1800 form the centre of the resort and offer numerous gondolas and lifts. The start of the Olympic Bobsleigh track is just below Plagne 1800. Just above Plagne Village you will find quite a few green and blue runs that drop you back into Plagne Bellecôte. Alternatively, you can head up to Les Verdons (2500m) or Grande Rochette (2505m) or head over the other side of the mountain towards Champagny.

Past Plagne Soleil & Plagne Village, over a low rise is Plagne Bellecôte and just above that is Belle Plagne. On the southern edge of the main bowl you will find rural Champagny. On the northern edge are Monchavin and Les Coches. And finally on the western edge, past Aime-la-Plagne, is up and coming Montalbert. If you take a look at the La Plagne piste map, all of this will become clear!

For families, the runs around Belle Plagne are wide open blues and there is also the children's snow garden, beginner ski lift and access to the snowpark. Take the runs all the way down to Bellecote and you have access via chairlift to the rest of the resort.

To reach the Vanoise Express from Belle Plagne, it's a rundown to Plagne Bellecôte and then take a chairlift to L'Arpette followed by a long blue descent to the cable car. The gondola that runs from Plagne Bellecôte to Roche de Mio stops in Belle Plagne, giving you easy access to the Glacier de Bellecôte at 3200m - offering you some red runs, a couple of blues further down and a huge amount of brilliant off-piste. From the top of that Roche de Mio lift – half-way down the mountain – you can either head back down to the resort or turn right and you will find yourself at the top of the Montchavin Les Coches runs.

There are beautiful forest runs down to Montchavin, Les Coches, Champagny and Montalbert. Montalbert & Longefoy can be found amongst the trees at 1200m and have 4 ski lifts, lots of blue runs, a little freestyle area and extensive cross-country trails. Handy tip: head here if the weather is playing up as the trees offer great protection.

Additional ski fact info 2018/19, main ski info in resort facts box at top of page

La Plagne only - 225km of pistes, 77 lifts (1 cable car, 1 funitel, 10 gondola, 31 chairlifts, 33 draglifts, 4 magic carpets), 136 slopes:

Green slopes: 9
Blue slopes: 72
Red slopes: 34
Black slopes: 19

561 snow cannons



Thanks to the spreading of nursery slopes at all altitudes, La Plagne is well recommended to families and offers excellent facilities for beginners and novices. La Plagne is a great resort to learn to ski or snowboard. There are a number of designated beginner areas in La Plagne, so look out for the ‘Zone Débutant’ signs including in Belle Plagne.

There are 14 free lifts in La Plagne:

The biggest area for beginners is Plagne Bellecôte (a telecabine ride away from Belle Plagne). Here you will find the most gentle blue runs and a large beginners area which has a magic carpet conveniently located next to the Arpette chairlift. This chairlift serves 4 wide rolling blue runs, so you could easily spend all day here gaining confidence and practising your technique.

Skiers can enjoy the whole Paradiski area using just blue pistes to get going (again) gently.


With almost 80% of the 225km of slopes in La Plagne being blue or red, the ski area is an intermediates paradise. The long sweeping ‘Mont de La Guerre’ red with 1250m/4100ft vertical from Les Verdons to Champagny is great for intermediates.

For early intermediates, there are gentle blue motorway pistes in the main bowl of La Plagne. The blue ‘Arnica’ run in Plagne Bellecôte has loads of little jumps and bankings to play on and is accessible via the ‘Colorado’ chairlift. The ‘Pierres Blanches’ blue run over in Montchavin/Les Coches is very similar.

For the more advanced intermediates, try the wide but fast ‘Les Laines’ and ‘L’Arpette’ from Dos Rond to Plagne Bellecôte.


For experts, the most challenging area of La Plagne has to be the Glacier de la Chiaupe, more commonly known as the Bellecôte Glacier. ‘Le Rochu’ and ‘Bellecôte’ black runs are definitely not to be missed and can be enjoyed in any snow conditions. There is also a challenging 200m long mogul field here, at the top of the ‘Traversee’ chairlift.

For more big bumps and moguls head to ‘Ski des Bosses’ and ‘Verdon Sud’.

At 2350m, just above Aime La Plagne you will find ‘Le Biolley’ which is another good area for advanced skiers. ‘Les Etroits’ is the longest and most challenging black run here plus you have ‘Morbleu’, ‘Les Coqs’ and ‘Plsembleu’.

Another good, long and fast run is ‘Inversens’ onto ‘Les Crozats black, accessible from the top of the Roche de Mio. Experts will, of course, get the very best out of the ski area if they hire a mountain guide and explore the off-piste.


La Plagne holds vast and varied terrains with excellent spring snow and has some of the most challenging off-piste powder skiing in the whole of the Tarentaise Valley.

The main off-piste area is, of course, the Glacier de la Chiaupe, more commonly known as the Bellecôte Glacier. The most famous runs are on the north face. The easiest is the ‘Petit Face Nord’, which is easily accessible from the ‘Traversee’ chairlift. The next step, involving a hike up, is the ‘Couloir Canadian’.

Avalanches are common on the glacier and parts are very steep so as with most off-piste, a professional mountain guide is highly recommended – this will not only ensure your safety but will also allow you to experience the very best off-piste areas that La Plagne and the Paradiski ski areas have to offer.


The La Plagne ski area offers good terrain for all level of riders. In the Paradiski ski area overall there are 2 snow parks, 1 half pipe, 2 board gliss, and 3 boardercross. There are terrain parks at Belle Plagne, Montchavin-Les Coches and Champagny.

The well-equipped snow park in Belle Plagne has 2 zones, the small park and the large park. The small park is accessible via the top of the Col de Forcle ski lift and is designed for beginners, novices and younger snowboarders who wish to try out their jumps and skills in complete security.

The larger park is an area of 2.5 hectares and is split into 4 zones, making it accessible to the less experienced boarders as well as the pros. You will find rails, tables, S, wave, Fun Boxes that are regularly updated, big air bag, a half pipe, a pro half pipe and boardercross.

A video camera is installed to allow riders to see their skills in action on a big screen, for free! You can even have the videos sent to your mobile phone to share with your friends and family. There is a permanent half pipe in Plagne Bellecôte, located right next to the ‘Colosses’ drag lift.

Another boardercross is located at the top of the ‘Le Dos Rond’ area in Montchavin Les Coches. North facing and with views of Mont Blanc, you will find a permanent boardercross, beginners zone, rainbow, rails, fun box, tables, kickers etc.

In Plagne Centre you will find another big airbag at the foot of the slopes. Dare 2Be Freestyle Airbag can now be found in Montalbert, at the foot of the slopes, next to the toboggan run. Also in Montalbert, there is a freestyle park initiation fun zone with bumps, boardercross, tracks, tables and parallel slalom. Free access.


There are 85km/53 miles of cross-country trails in the La Plagne ski area alone for you to explore and a total of 153km of trials in the whole Paradiski ski area.

The most beautiful of those are the 30km/19 miles of winding tracks set around Champagny-le-Haut. This track goes from Les Bauches in Montchavin/Les Coches to Plagne Bellecôte and is the longest and hardest track in the La Plagne area.

Easier routes include a circuit above Plagne Soleil in the midst of the downhill ski area and the longer track below Plagne 1800, from La Roche to just above Montalbert. In Montalbert you will also find some areas and small circuits especially for learner cross-country skiers.

If you have a car and fancy a day trip then head to the stunning ‘Vallée de Bellecôte’ (separating La Plagne from Les Arcs). Drive up the valley as far as you can go and you will come to Peisey-Nancroix, which offers 44km of cross-country trails, a clubhouse and a café.

Belle Plagne Ski Hire

View here for pre-bookable ski extra prices in £ for Belle Plagne - Les Balcons de Belle Plagne & Centaure 2018/19 
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Please note, these Pound Sterling prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

For guests staying in Les Balcons de Belle Plagne or Hotel Les Balcons, our hire shop is located within Les Balcons de Belle Plagne. For guests staying in Le Centaure, our hire shop is located within 5 minutes walk, within the Andromede residence. We have selected Skiset, which ensures that only the highest standard of equipment and service will be provided for all levels of skiers. 

Our hire shop is located within 5 minutes walk from Les Nereides, Le Chalet des Cimes & car in the main shopping centre. We have selected Sport 2000, which ensures that only the highest standard of equipment and service will be provided for all levels of skiers.

More information on ski hire


Belle Plagne Lift Passes

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You have the choice to purchase a lift pass which covers the whole ski area or the smaller local ski area. We suggest that you purchase the larger area lift pass, unless a complete beginner. 

Lift pass delivered FREE to your home. Book your lift pass for Belle Plagne at least 14 days prior departure and we can arrange hands-free lift passes delivered to your home, meaning you can ski straight through the gates, giving you more piste time - at no extra cost! Please note you will not be required to hand over a voucher at the kiosk in resort (non applicable for free passes as you will be asked for a photo and a proof of age on site). Conditions apply. Please enquire with a member of the Ski Collection team for more details.

Other lift pass on offer (to buy locally in resort):

Beginner ski passes in La Plagne can be bought in resort at one of the Ski Pass Offices, look out for "Cool Ski" 1 day passes which cost €30 for 1 day and give you access to designated beginner friendly areas on the pistes. You can buy individual days one at a time and once you've built up your confidence, you can buy passes for progressing into the La Plagne or the Paradiski Unlimited area.  

Paradiski ski pass – ½ day and daily rates 2017/18:
Day - €48 children, €60 adults

La Plagne ski pass – ½ day and daily rates 2017/18:
1/2 day - €34 children, €43 adults
Day - €42 children, €52 adults

Belle Plagne Ski School

Ski school for children is available to book from 3 years to 13 years, in Belle Plagne, with Ski Collection. Children 3-4 years will go into Piou Piou lessons and 5-6 into Ourson.

We can pre-book private lessons also.

We do not book the creche (no ski) for 18 months to 3 years. See our childcare tab for more information.

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We can pre-book group AND private lessons at Belle Plagne.

Ski School: Please note that lesson times are subject to change right until the last minute. Outside French school holidays the ski school reserves the right to cancel group lessons should numbers be insufficient. For peak periods (22/12-4/1, 9/2-8/3 & 6/4-26/4) we strongly recommend that you book as early as possible and in any case at least 6 weeks prior to the required dates. Morning lessons tend to get booked up first and therefore we may only be able to offer afternoon classes within 6 weeks of departure. In some resorts English speaking instructors may not always be available, particularly at peak times.

We cannot always guarantee that prices will be cheaper than in resort. When ski packs prices are calculated, the currency is bought at the exchange rates that apply at the time. You can be assured that once you have booked your extras, if the pound depreciates, you will not be charged.



There are loads of fun activities to enjoy with your children in La Plagne, including sledging, the Olympic bobsleigh track, snow-grooming machine rides, snowshoe walks, husky rides, the zip wire, ice skating, swimming and cinema.


‘Zealous Care’ provides a team of English speaking professional Child Carers and Holiday Nannies, covering the Paradiski, 3 Valleys and Espace Killy ski areas. Their team consists of play leaders, nursery nurses, paediatric nurses, primary school teachers, child minders and nannies all fully qualified, police checked, fully referenced and with at least 2 years relevant experience. Tel: +33 (0)9 81 98 01 95. Website:


Resort Activities

Apart from the obvious skiing or snowboarding, La Plagne offers countless other activities and winter sports for all ages…

New spa for 2018/19
Deep nature is opening a new 1500m2 spa for guests of all ages in the centre of Belle Plagne. Apart from its superb views, it offers 3 separate areas. Children can also try a spa experience (a first in the Tarentaise).
Premium spa area - aged 15 and over with a range of re-mineralizing, relaxing and tonic activities
Outdoor - counter current swim lane, whirlpool, nordic bath
Indoor - 3 saunas, 31m2 steam room, salt grotto, relaxation room, herbal tea space
Treatment rooms - 6 treatment room including 'My First Spa' for children aged 6 and over
Family spa area - outdoor aquatic trail with water heated to 35c, waterfalls, geysers, water beds

New escape rooms for 2018/19
2 escape rooms in Plagne Bellecote as a family venture, exclusive to the Tarentaise! Teams of 2-6 people have 1hr to escape by solving puzzles. One room is family friendly. In French and English.
'Hunting the Chuppa Yeti' - from 8 years. Find the yeti using a guidebook
'The Mont Saint Jacques Bunker' - from 16 years. Post-apocalyptic world

Olympic Experience by Bruno Mingeon (Paradiski)

Dressed in professional race kit, you will embark in pairs on the 4-man bobsled driven by the Olympic medalist and World Champion, Bruno Mingeon. You will race down the 19-turn Olympic Track of La Plagne [Olympic Games 1992] at speeds of up to 130km/h. Minimum age: 18. Info at:

Speed Riding (Paradiski)

Ski and glide in Les Arcs. Using a small canopy, you will be coached with a view to ultimately descending the piste half skiing, half gliding. Suitable for confident skiers aged 16+ [comfortable on a black run]. Pupils will be given a briefing and managed descents will be co-ordinated via a two-way radio. Prices start from: €195 for one half-day lesson. Info at:


In Belle-Plagne you will find a bowling alley with a bar showing the major sporting events, games room and pool tables. Open from 16:00 – 02:00. Special events held every Tuesday.

Zip Wire

The giant zip wire can be found in Belle Plagne and allows you to travel across le Vallon de l’Ours from 25m in the air – providing 15 seconds of pure adrenalin! Approximate cost: €15/2 crossings. Open every Tuesday and Thursday during the winter period.


For your complete relaxation there are various spas and treatment rooms all over La Plagne. The ‘Centre Forme’ wellbeing centre in Belle Plagne offers a sauna, steam room and gym plus treatments such as face beauty care, hand & feet care, body wraps, hair removal, body scrubbing, modelling treatments, hydro-jet and aqua-therapy treatments and cosmetic products.


At an altitude of 2000m and after the slopes have closed you can try out your skills on a Skidoo (snow-scooter) in Belle Plagne, Plagne Bellecôte and Plagne Centre. Minimum age: 16 years for driver & 12 years for passenger. Approximate cost: €90/hour if you want to drive & €30/person as a passenger. Contact: El Pro in Belle Plagne – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 11 62. E-mail: Website:


There are 2 cinemas in La Plagne. Visit the tourist office for film listings and times.

Snowshoe Walks and Hiking

Snowshoeing is a wonderful way for the whole family to truly discover the mountains, the flora and fauna and the wildlife. There are numerous snowshoe companies in La Plagne. Your best bet is to visit the Belle Plagne Tourist Office information point to find out more about the different options available and to obtain a footpath map.

Off-Piste and Ski Touring

There are numerous companies in La Plagne who offer professional mountain guides to give you the very best off-piste or ski touring experience. Visit the Belle Plagne Tourist Office information point to find out more details.


There are numerous paragliding companies in La Plagne with fully qualified and professional instructors – your best bet is to go into the Belle Plagne Tourist Office information point to check out the different options available.

Bobsleigh Track

The impressive Olympic Bobsleigh Track was built in La Plagne when Albertville hosted the 16th Winter Olympics in 1992. It is still used today for European and World events and is not surprisingly one of La Plagne's most popular attractions. This amazing track is 1.5km long, has 19 bends and is located just below Plagne 1800.

There are 3 different options of excitement for you:

  • Bob Raft – is a bob for 4 people and requires no driver as it has automatic steering and braking. It reaches 80km/hour. Minimum height: 1.30m. Approximate cost: €41/person/descent or €123/family/descent (2 adults & 2 children under 16 years).
  • Mono Bob - No driver, no one else, just you and the ride of your life! You are in a semi-horizontal position and fly down the track at approximately 90km/hour. Approximate cost: €107/person/descent.
  • Taxi Bob – This bob is for 3 people and a professional driver will get you up to a speed of more than 100km/hour. This is similar to the competition bobsleigh. Approximate cost: €115/person/descent.

Open every day except Monday. Certain age, height and health restrictions apply. Tickets can be purchased at the track, from the ESF ski school or at the tourist office.


The squash courts are located in Plagne 1800. Rackets and balls provided (deposit required). Open daily 17 :00 – 21 :00. Approximate cost : €5/30 minute session.


The ‘Colorado Park’ toboggan run in Plagne Centre is 1500m long and has prime views of Mont Blanc. Toboggan and helmet are compulsory and included in the price. Minimum height : 1.40m. The meeting point is at the foot of the ‘Colorado’ chairlift in Plagne Centre, where tickets can be purchased. Open Monday – Saturday, 13:30 – 18:30.

The ‘Eldorado Park’ toboggan run in Plagne Bellecôte is 2440m long. Toboggan and helmet are compulsory and included in the price. Minimum height : 1.40m. The meeting point is at the foot of the ‘Arpette’ chairlift in Plagne Bellecôte. Open every day except Mondays, 16:30 – 20:30.

Approximate cost: €10/2 descents or €50/person for unlimited sledging fun over a 6 day period (valid on both toboggan runs).

There are also smaller toboggan runs dotted around La Plagne. Look out for the ‘Espaces Luge’ signs.

The Superluge Derby

Take a 450m vertical descent over 6km and 24 state of the art Superluge sledges and what do you have? The Superluge Derby! Join the instructors for an hour and a half of unforgettable fun from Aime La Plagne at 2000m down to La Roche at 1550m….in the dark! Minimum age is 14 years. All sledges are new and equipped with strong metal brakes for easy control and steering.

The meeting point is the ‘Oxygene’ shop in Plagne Centre, Tuesday – Saturday at 17:00. Approximate cost: €25/person. Included: hire of Superluge sledge, helmet, head torch, route guidance, hot chocolate or mulled wine on arrival at the bottom and return transport back to your accommodation.

Oxygène La Plagne. Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 03 99. E-mail: Website: 

Taxi Ski

If you are a non-skier, a nervous skier or just fancy a day off to rest your legs then why not let a qualified ski school chauffeur take you out on the slopes for a morning, an afternoon or even an evening. Their state-of-the-art Taxi Ski (tandem ski) chairs make the slopes accessible to everyone, so just sit back and enjoy the ride! Approximate cost: €130/person for 2 hours.

The meeting point is the ‘Oxygene’ shop in Plagne Centre. Minimum age: 6 years.
Contact: Oxygène La Plagne. Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 03 99. E-mail: Website:  

Moonlight Ski

Enjoy a traditional 2-course Savoyard meal at the Chalet de la Grande Rochette, whilst admiring the sun setting over Mont Blanc and Courchevel, then ski back down to La Plagne.

Skiers and boarders should be confident on blue runs however this unique experience is also open to non-skiers and beginners thanks to the Taxi Ski chairs and their chauffeurs (limited availability so be sure to request at time of booking).

Included: sparkling aperitifs and canapés; an introduction to ARVA searching and a chance to test your skills; Unlimited wine with dinner; traditional Savoyard fondue with charcuterie meats, salad and all the trimmings (vegetarian and lactose free alternatives available, please enquire); Tarte Myrtille; Tea, coffee and genepi liquor; Guided moonlight descent by Oxygene instructors; head torch; Taxi Ski service (available on request) and return transport to your accommodation.

The meeting point is at the bottom of the Grande Rochette gondola in Plagne Centre, every Wednesday at 16:00. Approximate cost: €80/adult 14 years + & €48/child - 13 years. Contact: Oxygène La Plagne. Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 03 99. E-mail: Website:

Snow Grooming Machine Rides

Ever fancied a ride in a piste-basher? Well in La Plagne you can! A fascinating experience to really feel the power behind these amazing machines, you will be accompanied by a professional and taken on a special circuit where you can drive in complete safety.

Approximate cost: €60/adult (includes a talk on the engine and technical elements, a go at driving and your very own certificate! Duration: 20 minutes). €20/child trip (duration: 10 minutes). Contact: Team Vaudey. Tel: +33 (0)6 11 95 40 72. E-mail:

Husky Rides

For a truly unique experience, why not take a husky ride through the mountains! You can sit back and relax as a passenger or after some instruction from the musher you can take the reins yourself and guide these beautiful animals. There is a meeting point in Plagne Village – Le Dou du Praz.

The instruction briefing takes about 10 minutes then you get a 30 minute ride. Approximate cost: €55/person. Day trips and 2 or 3 day treks are also possible.
Contact: Hors Trace Adventure – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 63 21. E-mail: Website:

Igloo Village

Try a unique experience and have dinner in an igloo – you can even stay the night! The Igloo Village is located above Plagne Village at le Dou du Praz, and can be reached on the free resort shuttle bus. Open every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. Aprroximate cost: from €40-€65/adult & from €25-€40/child.
Contact: Blacksheep Igloo. Tel: +33 (0)9 51 38 88 15. E-mail: Website: 


There is a public heated outdoor swimming pool in Plagne Bellecôte. Located in the heart of the resort, the pool has amazing panoramic views of the slopes and is heated to 30°. Open every day except Sunday, 15:00 – 20:00. Approximate cost: €4.50/child & €6/adult.

Ice Cave

You can visit the 150m long ice cave at the top of the Plagne Bellecôte glacier at 3417m and admire the amazing ice statues and sculpted animals as you go. Open daily 10:00 – 15:00. Approximate cost: €3/child 6-13 years & €4/adult.

Ice Skating

The nearest artificial ice rink is 5 minutes from the centre of Montchavin Les Coches, at the top of the Montchavin gondola lift and is 800m2. Open daily 14:00 – 20:00, with late night sessions 20:00 – 22:00 every Wednesday (plus Tuesdays and Thursday during French school holidays). Approximate cost: €6/child & €7/adult.


Another great sledging experience has to be Snakegliss, a train of sledges all connected together – amazing fun for families and friends. This takes place after the slopes close in Montchavin Les Coches. Approximate cost: €15/person.
Contact: Evolution 2. Tel: +33 (0)4 79 07 81 85. E-mail: Website:

Helicopter Flights

Discover the most splendid landscapes, the most inaccessible places and the most unusual destinations – from a helicopter! Flights over the La Plagne and Paradiski ski areas or a tour of Mont Blanc can be arranged. A real once in a lifetime experience! Approximate cost: Paradiski: €87/person (15 minute flight). Mont Blanc: €175/person (30 minute flight). Open daily during the winter period.
Contact: Evolution 2. Tel: +33 (0)6 86 34 94 15 or +33 (0)4 79 07 81 85. E-mail: Website:

The Ice Tower

At 1500m in the valley of Champagny le Haut, you will find the Ice Tower, an artificial structure for ice climbing – completely unique in Europe. The tower is a 24m high vertical metal structure and the thick ice is created by water jets – this is possible due to the ideal site conditions, low sunlight and very low temperatures. There are different levels of difficulty so whether you are a complete beginner or an expert there is a climb for you. Open from December to March.

Beginners sessions run every Tuesday and Thursday & approximate cost is €38/person, includes all the equipment you need and lasts for 2 hours. For the more experienced climbers you can access the tower independently every day (depending on the ice conditions) from 12:00 – 17:00. Approximate cost: €5/child & €9/adult.

Air boarding (Paradiski)

A great activity for groups, the “Last Track Airboard” takes place in Montalbert on Thursday and Friday evenings with an ESF Ski Instructor – take the last chair lift of the day. Or try it on your own for free on a Wednesday from 5pm-7pm. Think inflatable body-board designed for the snow, lie on top of the Airboard, head first and whiz down at your leisure. Ages 16+. Info: [with instructor] &

La Plagne Resort News and Events 2018/19

Resort news:

  • New spa - Deep nature is opening a new 1500m2 spa for guests of all ages in the centre of Belle Plagne. Apart from its superb views, it offers 3 separate areas. Children can also try a spa experience (a first in the Tarentaise).
    Premium spa area - aged 15 and over with a range of re-mineralizing, relaxing and tonic activities
    Outdoor - counter current swim lane, whirlpool, nordic bath
    Indoor - 3 saunas, 31m2 steam room, salt grotto, relaxation room, herbal tea space
    Treatment rooms - 6 treatment room including 'My First Spa' for children aged 6 and over
    Family spa area - outdoor aquatic trail with water heated to 35c, waterfalls, geysers, water beds
  • Escape rooms - 2 escape rooms in Plagne Bellecote as a family venture, exclusive to the Tarentaise! Teams of 2-6 people have 1hr to escape by solving puzzles. One room is family friendly. In French and English.
    'Hunting the Chuppa Yeti' - from 8 years. Find the yeti using a guidebook
    'The Mont Saint Jacques Bunker' - from 16 years. Post-apocalyptic world
  • A new look for Plagne Centre - The shopping gallery has already been renovated but now its the entrance to Plagne Centre that's getting a facelift. Place Albert Perriere is to become an animated 'village square' offering a dynamic/multiservice activity centre. Amenities include: covered bus station, tourist office reception, a bar with panoramic views of the Mont Blanc, 4-lane bowling alley, a natural skating rink in winter plus a Heritage and Mountain Mining exhibition room. In total, an €8m investment.


  • Christmas market - Wednesday 26 December 2018 between 2pm and 6pm - Free of charge in Montchavin
  • Step 6 Grande Odyssee Savoie Mont-Blanc - Friday 18 January 2019 - International sled dog race, the most challenging with 20 among the best mushers in the world. Free of charge. In Plagne Montalbert
  • Odyssea - 2nd-3rd March 2019 - New this winter, La Plagne is joining the Odyssea circuit and organising a race on snow - it will be supporting the fight against breast cancer
  • Ice climbing world cup - 9th-10th February 2019 - takes place on Europe's only ice tower in Champagny en Vanoise
  • Famille Plus week - Saturday 23 February - Friday 1st  March 2019 - Free of charge
  • 8th Nordic Marathon - Sunday 24 February 2019 - A highlight of the winter calendar: the cross-country skiers will be honored during this cross-country ski popular race (freestyle). Traced on the valley of Champagny-le-Haut in a protected area, at the foot of the highest mountain of Savoie "La Grande Casse".
  • Super slalom - 30th March 2019 - An unusual downhill skiing challenge that multiplies the classic format by four, for an irresistible combination of a sporting spectacle and a festive event for all! The world’s longest slalom is open to 400 top-level skiers including a sundry cast of the best athletes from the world of skiing. Stats: 4 km and 320 gates
  • Sublicimes – 10th-18th April 2019 - 5 peaks, 5 parties, 5 senses. Branded “Skiing in Spring”, this family-friendly event offers skiers (and non-skiers) the opportunity to enjoy the ski area via offbeat stops on 5 peaks between 1970 and 2700 m. This year, the theme will be the 5 senses. All the activities are free and open to all. Skiers can get there on blue runs and non-skiers can get to 4 of the 5 peaks.

Check out the Tourist Office website for further information about what is going on in La Plagne:

Apres-Ski, Bars & Restaurants

The range of bars and restaurants is surprisingly large in between all levels of the resorts of La Plagne. There is a free bus system between the core villages - also seconded by lifts - that run until after midnight.

Mountain Restaurants

You are completely spoilt for choice of mountain restaurants in the Paradiski ski area. There is an impressive total of 38: 18 in La Plagne, 13 in Les Arcs, 2 in Peisey-Vallandry, 4 in Champagny and 1 in Montalbert.

La Plagne:

‘Le Cristal des Neiges’ (located in Plan Bois, Les Coches, La Plagne, pedestrian access via La Noir gondola). Varied menu, main meals, children’s menu, fast-food. snacks, sandwiches. Open everyday. Animals welcome. Terrace.

‘Le Plan Bois – Chez Laurette’ (located in Plan Bois, Montchavin/Les Coches, La Plagne – 500m from the top of the Lac Noir gondola. Typical Savoyard mountain restaurant. Pedestrian acess. Terrace.

‘Les Inversens’ (located on Les Inversens slope, below the Riche de Mio in La Plagne – Bellecote). Cheap and cheerful self-service restaurant, expect to pay €5-€10 per dish. Fast food and snacks. Terrace.

‘Le Carroley’ (located at 2100m on the Carroley slope in Les Coches, La Plagne, near the Salla chairlift). Hearty local dishes and snacks. Open daily 09:30 – 17:30. Great views from the terrace and the mulled wine is highly recommended!

‘Le Joli Bois’ (located 50m from the Vanoise Express in Les Coches, La Plagne).
Italian, local specialities, children’s menu, sandwiches, snacks. Chalet-style restaurant with great views of Tarentaise Valley and Mont Blanc from the terrace. Pedestrian access. Possibility to stay up there for a drink or two then enjoy the torch-lit descent back down with the ski guides (approximately €30).

‘Le Plein Soleil’ (located at 1811m in Plan Bois, Montchavin/Les Coches, La Plagne). Varied menu with cheaper set-menu options. Savoyard, Alsace and Rheinland style dishes.

Open from 09:15 until the slopes close. From Les Arcs, take the Vanoise Express and head in direction of Plagne Centre, then the Lac Noir cable car or Plan Bois chairlift. At the top take the blue down 500m or you can take the new Bijolim chairlift and take the path for 250m. From La Plagne go down Dos Rond and then Plan Bois, the restaurant is 500m from the Plan Bois cable car.

‘Le Chalet des Colosses’ (located close to the Bellecote slopes, just above the gondola and near the ice rink in Plagne Bellecote, La Plagne – look out for the red old English telephone box outside!). Mixed International cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Terrace.

‘La Roche de Mio’ (located at the top of the Roche de Mio bubble, in Plagne Bellecote, La Plagne). Modern built chalet-style self-service restaurant with large terrace and great views of Mont Blanc. Simple but tasty International cuisine such as chicken and chips plus snacks and sandwiches. Dish of the day €14 approx.

‘Le Chalet du Friolin’ (located at 1800m in the off-piste area, Montchavin/Les Coches, La Plagne, between the ski areas of Les Arcs and La Plagne – access via the Bauches chairlift at the bottom of the Dérochoir, Crozats and Malatray slopes).
Homemade French cuisine and snacks. Sunny terrace with views and fireplace inside. Well-known for their great selection of wines.

‘La Bergerie’ (located on the Mira blue run, in Plagne Village, La Plagne). Not the cheapest but a charming and rustic mountain restaurant offering local specialities. The mulled wine is lovely. Terrace.

‘Le Chalet de Trieuse’ (located on the Bretelle Trieuse blue run in Plagne Bellecote, La Plagne). Open daily. Offers traditional Montagnard dishes.

‘Chalet de la Grande Rochette’ (located at 2500m at the top of the Funiplagne lift in Plagne Centre, La Plagne). Accessible to pedestrians. Open 7 days a week during the day, plus Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Glorious sunny terrace with views and log fire inside. Lighter dishes such as salads and omelettes, heartier options such as grilled meats, burgers, tartiflette and other Savoyard specialities, children’s menu and desserts.

‘Au Bon Vieux Temps’ (located in Aime 2000, Aime La Plagne, La Plagne).
Traditional Savoyard restaurant. Accessible to pedestrians. Free shuttle bus service can be booked in advance. Open every day. Terrace.

‘Le Biolley’ (located on the Biolley slope, coming down from Aime La Plagne, La Plagne). Self-service restaurant offering International cuisine and snacks.

‘Les Pierres Blanches’ (located at the top of the Pierre Blanc chairlift, Les Coches, La Plagne). Open everyday for local specialities, sandwiches and snacks. Great views from the terrace.

‘Le Sauget’ (located at 1700m in Montchavin/Les Coches, Bellentre). Cosy mountain restaurant serving all the favourite local specialities, mulled wine, plus a hot chocolate menu including white chocolate and amaretto, chocolate and ginger and many more. You can book an evening meal here then take part in the torch-lit descent back down (payable).

‘Les Lauzes’ (located next to the slopes of Les Coches, La Plagne). Charming old Savoyard restaurant serving grilled meats, fish dishes, fondue, raclette and other Alpine specialities. Cosy chalet-style interior with great views of Mont Blanc from the terrece.

‘Le Dou du Praz’ (located at 2100m at the top of Plagne Villages). Traditional Savoyard restaurant. Open daily 11:00 – 18:00 plus Wednesdays and Fridays 19:30 – 23:00. Access the pistes in Plagne Villages or Les Colosses lift in Plagne Bellecote.

Les Arcs:

‘Le Chalet de l’Arcelle’ (located in Arc 1600, access via the Combette slope). A charming converted barn that has been restored in a rustic yet contemporary way. Gourmet French cuisine. Children’s menu. Open everyday for lunch and dinner, on the terrace or inside by the fire in a cosy and relaxed atmosphere. Fresh local produce from the market including meat, fish and local Savoyard dishes. The attentive staff will help you pick the perfect wine to accompany your meal.

‘Beguin Restaurant’ (part of the Beguin Hotel, located at the heart of the Arc 1600 ski area, Village des Deux Têtes, pedestrian access possible). Traditional food and mountain specialities such as fondue and raclette. Open for lunch and dinner. Sunny terrace. Log fire. Free Wi-Fi. Table-top football. Tel: +33 (0)4 79 07 02 92. Website:

‘L’Arpette’ (located on the blue Belevedere slope in Arc 1800, so is accessible to all abilities). Self-service and restaurant offering Savoyard specialities, pasta dishes, pizzas, meat and salad. Terrace serving drinks and cocktails with a live DJ every Wednesday afternoon for après-ski fun on the slopes.

‘L’Altiport’ (located at the bottom of the SnowPark on the Belvedere blue run in Arc 1800). Fast food and snack bar serving hotdogs, burgers, pancakes and many other snacky delights. From the sunny terrace you can watch the action of the snowpark or take in the beautiful views of Mont Blanc.

‘L’Aiguille Grive’ (located in Charmettoger in Arc 1800, within the hotel, access via the Jardin Alpin chairlift). French cuisine and local specialities. Open for lunch, snacks and dinner. Terrace. Open fire inside with huge windows and views of Mont Blanc.

‘Chalet Candice’ (located within Les Alpages du Chantel Residence in Arc 1800). Open for lunch, snacks and dinner. French cuisine, local specialities such as fondue, raclette, tariflette, diot, casserole and crozet, light lunchtime menu including pizzas, pasta dishes and salads, snacks such as pancakes and waffles. Fantastic sunny terrace with panoramic views.

‘La Terrasse’ (located in Arc 2000, Place Basse, 50m from the bottom of the Lanchettes ski lift). Great terrace, perfect spot for light lunch, afternoon snack or dinner. Large menu including salads, omelettes, burgers, soups, pasta, meat dishes and much more.

‘Le Savoy’ (located within La Cime des Arcs residence in Arc 2000). Enjoy culinary delights and Savoyard dishes such as fondue, raclette and meat dishes. Good service and great food. Cosy, warm and relaxed atmosphere. Snacks such as pancakes and waffles. Large outdoor terrace. Open for lunch and dinner. Ideal stop if you are on your way to the gondola or Lanchette lift.

‘Belliou La Fumee’ (located in Pré St Esprit, Arc 2000). Local cuisine including seafood, meat, grills and more. Small restaurant, tucked away, with terrace. Pedestrian access via the free shuttle bus. Booking is recommended.

‘Le Chalet du Solliet’ (located in Villaroger, Arc 2000, access via the Rhonaz, Solliet and Lys slopes). French cuisine and Savoyard specialities. Children’s menu. Sunny terrace and warm fireplace. Perfect spot for lunch, snacks or drinks. Pedestrian access.

‘La Creche’ (located in Arc 2000, acess via the Transarc gondola and the Arcabulle chairlift). Traditional Savoyard restaurant with self-service and brasserie. Large sunny terrace. Service with smile. The hot chocolate is definitely worth ordering!

‘Les Chalets de L’Arc’ (located in Arc 2000). Large traditional mountain restaurant offering French cuisine, Savoyard dishes, children’s menu – large chucks of bread served with every meal. Friendly and attentive staff. Booking recommended. Terrace with fantastic views. Open for lunch everyday and dinner on Wednesday and Friday. Access via the Marmots trail, at the start of the Varet gondola, above Arc 2000.

‘Au Pré Gourmand’ (located in Arc 2000). Mountain restaurant offering French cuisine and local specialities. Self-service and restaurant. Terrace.


‘Aux Enfants Terribles’ (located above Peisey-Vallandry, access via Le Vallandry, Le Plan Peisey, Le Grizzly and via the Renard slope. Self-service or restaurant service. Menu includes salads, soups, meats, Savoyard dishes and much more. Large sunny terrace.

‘La Vanoise’ (located within the hotel, Le Moulin, Plan-Peisey). Traditional local cuisine in a warm and cosy setting. Log fire, wood panelling and views of the mountains. Patrick and Muriel welcome you to enjoy a taste of the Alps.


Roc des Blanchets’ (located at 2100m in Le Hameau des Rochers, on the Rossa slope, between Belle Plagne and Champagny). Typical Alpine restaurant, well-known for its good food at reasonable prices. Popular with the local ski instructors. Large panoramic terrace with lovely views. Open everyday.

‘Chalet des Verdons’ (located in the middle of the pistes on the south side of Champagny). Chalet-style restaurant. Savoyard menu with a modern twist. Main meals €15-€30 approx. Terrace and open fire. Access: from Plagne Centre via the Funiplagne Grande Rochette. From Plagne Bellecote via the Blanchets chairlift. From Belle Plagne via the Col de Forcle gondola. From Champagny via the Verdons Sud chairlift.

‘Laisonnay’ (located in Le Laisonnay en haut, Champagny). Homemade traditional regional dishes made from local produce with recipes passed on from the owners parents and grandparents! Tartiflette, raclette and fondue. Lunch is served 12:00-14:00 and dinner 19:00-20:30. Pedestrian access.

‘Le Refuge du Bois’ (located at 1470m, Rue Michel Ruffier-Lanche, Le Bois, Champagny). Authentic Alpine refuge serving Savoyard specialities such as croute, tartiflette, fondue and raclette. A la carte menu, good value set menu, children’s menu and gourmet menu. Delicious desserts. If you can’t decide which one to try then why not go for the ‘Café Gourmand’ – coffee and a selection of mini desserts! Great place to stop for lunch and accessible by car.


‘Le Forperet’ (located in Plagne Montalbert, Montalbert 1600). Wonderful farmhouse restaurant with a small farm, lots of Alpine character and great views of Mont Blanc. Open for lunch and dinner. Terrace. Expect to pay €13-€25 approx. per person. Regional Savoyard cuisine such as cheese fondue, meat pierrade, tartiflette, salads, soups, omelettes and snacks plus yummy desserts such as chocolate fondue and blueberry pie. A free mini bus service is provided for easy access from Longefoy and Montalbert.

Restaurants in Belle Plagne

There are approximately 11 restaurants in Belle Plagne, with many more in the other La Plagne villages. The main type of cuisine is traditional French with varied menus – so something to suit everyone.

‘L’Alpage’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 55 12 47. Traditional and cosy restaurant and creperie serving Savoyard specialities at reasonable prices – expect to pay approximately €15 - €30 per head. Children’s menu and daily specials. Located within the Comete building. Open daily.

‘Le Chalet de Maitre Kanter’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 55 76 70. Traditional restaurant with terrace. Open daily.

‘Le Carlina’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 78 46. Gourmet restaurant, part of the 4 star Hotel Carlina. Traditional Savoyard dishes with a modern twist, all made from local ingredients. Varied menu with daily specials, pasta dishes, meats, salads and a skiers special. Large south-facing sunny terrace and warm cosy chalet-style interior.

‘Le Matafan’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 09 19. Traditional Savoyard brasserie restaurant located in the centre of the resort (Place Corail). Recommended for excellent grilled meats. Accessible by foot or on skis. Cost interior with fireplace and large terrace at the foot of the slopes. Open daily.

‘La Casetta’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 55 18 87. Italian restaurant with a young and dynamic team of staff. Large choice of pizzas, Bruschettas, pasta dishes, salads, house specials, sweet pizzas and Italian desserts. Take-away options available. Terrace. Open daily.

‘Le Hors Piste’ – Tel: +33 (0) 4 79 55 16 33. Simple menu with good pizzas, salads and soups all at reasonable prices. Located next to the main slopes, within the Amont shopping centre. Terrace. Open daily.

'La Godille’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 28 24. Traditional French restaurant offering specialities such as fondue, tartiflette, raclette, pierrade and pizzas. Snacks, crepes (pancakes) and ice cream. Warm cosy interior with log fire and large sunny terrace. Numerous levels and various entrances! Reasonable prices, expect to pay €13 for their dish of the day or approximately €20 for a starter, main & dessert. Located in the Comete building. Open daily for lunch and dinner, 09:00 – 23:00.

‘La Face Nord’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 01 73. Traditional Savoyard restaurant serving French cuisine, fondues and local specialities. Expect to pay approximately €19 for fondue and €25 for reblochonnade (similar to fondue, served with potatoes and charcuterie meats. Recommended for good service and great food. Located within the Pierre Soleil building.

‘Le K2’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 55 11 50. Typical Savoyard restaurant with wooden beams and cosy alpine interior. Serves French and Canadian specialities including local meats and cheeses. Large windows and terrace with lovely views overlooking the slopes. Open daily.

‘Le Cheyenne Café’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 20 72. Light café menu and snacks. Open daily 08:00 – 02:00. Terrace. Located on Place Corail.

‘L’Auberge des Balcons’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 55 75 99. Located within Hotel Les Balcons de Belle Plagne. Traditional restaurant offering Savoyard specialities. Open daily.

The Après-ski in Belle Plagne

‘Le Cheyenne Café’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 20 72. Cosy Savoyard atmosphere and a warm welcome. Choose from teas, coffees, cocktails, spirits and wines. Light café menu and snacks. Open daily 08:00 – 02:00. Terrace. Located on Place Corail.

‘Le Saloon’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 06 98. Wild west themed bar and nightclub open 17:00 – 05:00. Live singers, bands, DJs and themed nights. Located in the Amont shopping centre.

‘Le Bowling’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 00 78. This sports bar is part of the bowling alley, shows the major sporting events, has a games room and pool tables. Open daily 16:00 – 02:00. Themed evenings every Tuesday.

‘La Tête Inn’ – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 55 19 82. Bar with a great atmosphere, live music from 17:00 – 19:00 and DJs every night. The building actually dates back to 1830 and the décor has been kept very traditional, true Alpine style. Happy hour. Open daily 16:00 – 02:00.


All the facilities and services that you would expect to find in a large ski resort are available in the community of villages of La Plagne. The main selection of shops and services can be found in Plagne Centre, where you will find the necessities such as banks, cash points, the main chemist and tourist office.

In Belle Plagne you have 2 supermarkets, a bakery, regional products, sports and clothing shops, launderette, newsagents and souvenir shop.

Food Stores

There are 2 Spar supermarkets in Belle Plagne:

Belle-Plagne Bas (the lower part of the resort): Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 08 21.
Belle Plagne Haut (the upper part of the resort): Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 19 28.

Medical Centres

The main medical centre for La Plagne can be found in Plagne Centre – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 04 66.

The main chemist is also in Plagne Centre – Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 04 81.

Nearest Hospital

Bourg Saint Maurice
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 41 79 79

Getting to Belle-Plagne, France

By Road:

From Calais, take A26 Motorway to Reims and Troyes, then A5 Motorway to Dijon, then A39 motorway to Lons-le-Saulnier and Bourg-en-Bresse, then A40-A42 Motorway heading towards Lyon. Take exit 8, drive through Ambérieu-en-Bugey, follow N504 towards and up to Chambéry, then take A43 motorway and A430 motorway to Albertville. Continue on N90 towards Moutiers and Aime. Take the D220 then D221 towards La Plagne. Pass Plagne 1800 and go straight at roundabout heading for Belle Plagne onto D224, and then going through Plagne Bellecôte. Enter the resort of Belle Plagne going straight on. Enter the underground car park, where there will be resort staff to direct you.

By Air:

Chambery to La Plagne: 73 miles, approximately 1hr 30.

Lyon to La Plagne: 125 miles, approximately 2hrs 15.

Geneva to La Plagne: 125 miles, approximately 2hrs 20.

Private taxi transfers from airports to Belle Plagne are pre-bookable via Ski Collection! See our airport & station transfers page for more information.

By Rail:

Taking the Eurostar from London couldn’t be easier. We offer 2 options: direct Ski Train (St Pancreas or Ashford to Moûtiers or Bourg-St-Maurice) or Eurostar Beyond (with a change at Paris). See our train services page for more information.

The nearest train station to Belle Plagne is Aime la Plagne. You can then take a bus or a taxi. 

Alternatively, private taxi transfers from Bourg Saint Maurice to Belle Plagne from £40.50 per person return (based on 4 people sharing) are pre-bookable via Ski Collection! See our airport & station transfers page for more information.

Bus Transfers:

Altibus offer bus lines from Lyon Saint-Exupéry, Genève-Cointrin (Geneva), Chambéry/Aix les Bains airports and Bourg Saint Maurice SNCF train station to the ski resort of Belle Plagne. Tel: +33 (0)8 20 32 03 68. Website: 

Car Hire:

Ski Collection can arrange very competitive car hire at all airports, train stations and other town locations. 7 day rental ranges from £230-£549 (any other duration possible). See our car hire page for more information.

Resort Shuttle Bus in Belle Plagne:

Please note there is no bus service between Belle Plagne and the other villages in La Plagne. You can however take a Télécabine lift between Belle Plagne and Plagne Bellecote where you can then take a bus to the other resort villages including Plagne Centre, Plagne Soleil and Plagne 1800. The bus services run till around midnight, and the télécabine service terminates shortly after.

Resort Parking in Belle Plagne:

The residences Ski Collection feature normally have covered parking (payable) and sometimes free outdoor parking too. However there are also public car parks. There are two covered car parks in Belle Plagne (payable).

One has 706 spaces and the other has 386. The height limit for both is 1.90m. You can also park on a number of roads in La Plagne. It’s normally free for the first hour then payable at approximately €40/week. You can book online: or purchase tickets from the local tourist office.

Paradiski Opening Dates

The Paradiski ski area (Peisey-Vallandry, Montchavin, Les Coches, Champagny, Bourg St Maurice, La Plagne and Les Arcs)is open: Saturday 22/12/18 – Thursday 27/04/19.

Partial opening: Saturday 15/12/18.

Special Offers
* Special offers applicable to accommodation cost only, not to travel or ski extras

Accommodatie in Belle-Plagne


Self Catered Hotel & Apartments Voor 1 - 12 Luxury

4* Carlina in La Plagne is ideally located next to the slopes of Belle Plagne and offers ski-in/ski-out possibilities, allowing easy access to the vast Paradiski ski area. The residence is just a 5-minute walk from the resort centre, with its selection of shops, restaurants and services.


Les Nereides

Self Catered Apartments Voor 1 - 8

4* Les Nereides in La Plagne is positioned in the Belle Plagne area on the slopes, providing ski in/ski out access (snow and level depending) and is only 200m from the resort centre.

Les Balcons de Belle Plagne

Self Catered Apartments Voor 1 - 14

3* Superior Les Balcons de Belle Plagne in La Plagne is located at the foot of the slopes offering skiing from your doorstep (snow and level depending), with views over the resort and surrounding mountains. The residence is just a 5 minute walk from the resort centre.

Le Centaure

Self Catered Apartments Voor 1 - 8 Superior

Le Centaure in La Plagne is ideally located at the foot of the ski slopes in the top part of the village of Belle Plagne, directly opposite the ski school's Ski Garden for children and the children's meeting point. The nearest ski lift is just 300m away and it is possible to ski from the residence (snow and level depending).


Hotel les Balcons de Belle Plagne

Hotel Voor 1 - 2 Superior

This ideally located slope-side 3* Hotel Les Balcons de Belle Plagne is situated at the entrance to the resort of Belle Plagne and offers ski in/out possibilities (snow and level depending) to La Plagne and the larger ski area of Paradiski.

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