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Chalets in Tignes
The best chalets in Tignes
If you're planning a holiday to the French Alps, renting a luxury chalet in Tignes is an excellent plan. You can find chalets all around the Tignes area, so you will be in close proximity to the area's world-class ski resorts. There are chalets available in Val Claret, Le Lac, and Les Brévières, so whichever village you would prefer to stay in, you have a number of options. One of the best parts about staying in a chalet in the Tignes area is how accessible the mountains are, so wherever you decide to stay, you can't go wrong.
Cosy yet spacious chalets
Many of the private chalets to rent that you will find in Tignes can host over 10 people, meaning that you will have no problem travelling with a large group. Whether you're planning a thrilling ski trip or a relaxing mountain retreat, these chalets provide the ideal setting for your group to bond and create cherished memories.
Chalets in Tignes are equipped with all the amenities you could possibly need to enjoy a comfortable stay, including:
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Tignes for skiers and snowboarders
For an unforgettable skiing experience, book a Tignes chalet and explore the remarkable Espace Killy area in France. Named after the legendary skier Jean-Claude Killy, Tignes is renowned as one of the top 10 ski resorts in the country, boasting some of the best snow coverage in Europe. With over 300 kilometers of ski runs and 10,000 hectares of ungroomed terrain, this world-class resort promises endless thrills for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Moreover, Tignes is linked to Val d'Isere, offering an additional 300 kilometers of runs in one of the most picturesque and extensive ski areas in the French Alps. A trip to Tignes and Espace Killy is an absolute must for winter sports enthusiasts.
Tignes for outdoor sports lovers
For a thrilling summer escape, rent a chalet in Tignes and embark on a world of outdoor adventures. With its mountainous landscape, Tignes offers over 150 kilometers of mountain biking trails, making it a paradise for biking enthusiasts. Adrenaline seekers can also indulge in rock climbing, white water swimming, rafting, kayaking, and paragliding in this exhilarating region. If you prefer a more leisurely pace, enjoy scenic hikes, play a round of golf, or partake in a private yoga class atop a mountain. With an array of activities to choose from, renting a chalet in Tignes promises a once-in-a-lifetime experience filled with unforgettable moments in nature's playground.
Tignes is separated into 5 distinct villages, Val Claret having the highest altitude of them all.
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Top 7 travel tips in Tignes
1. Try a via ferrata
If you aren't keen on climbing but still want to get some altitude, take a via ferrata tour. You'll find routes suited to every ability level.
2. See the alps via cable car
Taking a cable car ride is one of the best ways to see this beautiful area. Open-top cabins allow riders to get 360-degree views of the French alps. For a memorable ski holiday in Tignes, indulge in the comfort and luxury of chalets nestled amidst the picturesque French Alps. These charming chalets for a ski holiday in Tignes offer the perfect home base for your ski adventures
3. Catch some air at Acroland
You'll find one of the most exhilarating summer activities in all of Tignes at Acroland. You'll get launched off a 6, 9, or 12 metre slide into Lac de Tignes at this unique attraction.
4. Spend a day on Lac de Tignes
Speaking of Lac de Tignes, it's a great place to spend a sunny summer day. Go sailing on a Hoby Cat, try waterskiing, or rent a stand-up paddleboard.
5. Visit the Tignes Dam
Go on a guided visit through the Tignes Dam, France's highest dam. You'll learn about the construction of the dam and the history of the area from a knowledgeable guide, but be aware that tours are only offered in French.
6. Take a helicopter tour
You'll get unmatched views of the mountains and the picturesque Tignes area on a helicopter ride. Both summer and winter tours are available. Experienced skiers can also go heliskiing at the nearby Bonneval ski resort.
7. Go dog sledding
For an unforgettable family holiday in Tignes and if you need a day off on your skiing holiday, sign up for a husky sled ride for a truly unforgettable experience in the stunning French Alps. This is an amazing activity if you're going as a family, and you could also consider renting a family-friendly chalet in Tignes, which offer the perfect space for everyone, with amenities designed to meet the needs of both adults and children.
Information about chalets in Tignes
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|⭐ Most popular amenities:
|Wi-Fi, balcony and sauna.