Résidence Planchamp et Mottet is an excellent apartment complex located in the ever lively resort of Valmorel. These simple but stylish apartments are in a beautiful location right next to the piste. So there is no need to carry your ski equipment back and forth as you can strap on your skis immediately! With the ski lifts and the attractive village centre practically on your doorstep you will definitely get the most out of your holiday here!
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The village of Valmorel is situated at an altitude of 1250 metres in the Savoie Region of France.
It is a relatively small and quaint mountain village and part of Le Grand Domaine ski region that consists of both Valmorel and St. Francois Longchamp. Valmorel has many apartment buildings and fewer hotels, like many French ski resorts. However, the apartment buildings are built in authentic chalet style, which makes the village look more authentic and quainter. Valmorel is located on the edge of a forest and because of the architect’s choice of building style, the village blends in well with its surroundings. The town centre of Valmorel is called Le Bourg and has a welcoming atmosphere and is a pedestrian zone. Around Le Bourg, you will find many chalet style apartments that are either adjacent to the slopes or at the end of the slopes. Even though valmorel is a smaller village, it does have everything you need. There are several bars and restaurants in town, but it doesn’t have the lively après-ski that St. Francois Longchamp has.
The ski region of Le Grand Domaine has approximately 165 kilometres of prepared slopes that are suitable for all levels of experience. The highest point in the ski area of Valmorel is 2550m and the area is serviced by a total of 49 ski lifts and approximately 315 snow cannons. Snowboarders, freestylers and cross-country skiers are not forgotten in this ski region since there is a “snowzone” area with a halfpipe and a border-cross for the first group and for the cross-country skiers there is approximately 20km of trails to be discovered.
Valmorel also has more than 15 kilometers of hiking trails. The trails cut through a forested area and take approximately 1.5 to 3 hours to hike. Of course Valmorel also has plenty to keep you entertained off the pistes. There are numerous shops, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and even two cinemas in the lively centre of Valmorel.
Valmorel is the ideal destination for families looking for a relatively peaceful ski holiday!
The ski area of Le Grand Domaine varies in altitude from 1250 meters to 2550 meters. It is a fantastic choice for half term as it remains relatively unknown within the English market. Besides ski slopes at every level, Le Grand Domaine also offers a snow park with a half pipe for snowboarders. The area is also highly regarded for its many natural obstacles perfect for freestylers!
The resort of Valmorel is surrounded by the famous mountain pass of Col de la Madeleine. The buildings in Valmorel have a maximum height of three floors and they are built in authentic Chalet style. St. François Longchamp 1650 and 1450 are located at the other end of the Col de la Madeleine in the Vallée de Maurienne. Together, these resorts make up Le Grand Domaine, a very diverse ski area with something to offer everyone.
If you are looking to explore beyond the pistes, there is 15 kmof cross country tracks in the stunning area of Montaimon (approx. 3 km from Valmorel).
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