1-room apartment 19 m2 on 4th floor: living/dining room with 1 double sofabed. Kitchenette. Shower, sep. WC. Balcony, south facing position. Alpheratz building.The "Chalets du Soleil" residence is situated in the south west of the resort. It comprises 3 buildings: "Pluton", "Pleiades" and "Alpheratz". All buildings have lift and electric heating roofed, parking (extra) at 400 m. Shop, grocery,…
At 1650m altitude, the Les Deux Alpes resort and the two villages that form it, Venosc et Mont-de-Lans, guarantee you a successful holiday in the northern Alps. Les Deux Alpes was one one of the first ski resorts in France, created just after Chamonix.
With 225km of slopes, it possesses incredible sites such as the small valleys of Meije and its snowpark, a real international reference point. Les Deux Alpes is a high altitude ski resort with a glacier reaching a peak of 3600m.
Ski area : > Deux Alpes
Situated at the meeting point of the Northern and Southern Alps, Les Deux-Alpes is the second oldest ski domain in France (after Chamonix) and has an extensive ski area of 225km. Its name originates not from the fact that the area borders the 2 Alps, as you might think, but from the 2 villages at either end of the resort with Venosc, in the south, and Mont de Lans in the North. The resort possesses the highest skiable glacier in Europe, and at 3600m the panorama makes it worth a visit alone. It also has a 20 hectare snowpark which is kept open daily, the skiing events here are not to be missed! Being committed to modernisation the ski lifts are constantly being updated which means that it has some of the best in Europe and getting around the slopes is quick and easy. If you're after blue skies and open pistes then look no further than Les Deux Alpes.
Altitude of the ski area : 1300 m - 3600 m
Ski slopes : 225 km of slopes - 24 green slopes - 43 blue slopes - 16 red slopes - 11 black slopes
Facilities : 51 ski lifts
Resort Altitude : 1650 m
• Mountaineering Memory Museum
• Bank • Bakery • Grocery • Hotel and restaurant • Drug store • Post • Restaurant • Fast food • Small market • Tobacco and Newspaper shop