A winter wonderland with a certain je ne se quois

  • Perfect for skiing holidays and snowboarding holidays
  • Great for family ski holidays and ski trips with friends
  • Explore French alpine towns and relax in jaw-dropping scenery
  • Enjoy delicious French cuisine and unforgettable aprés ski
  • Everything you need for an amazing ski holiday under one roof

An adventurer’s playground

The French Alps are famous for their breath-taking views, pretty villages and picture-perfect slopes. This vast area is an outdoor lover’s heaven with sunny ski conditions and an astounding variety of ski territories to choose from. Learn to snowboard, watch the kids take to slopes or simply toast the Jubilee de Neige with a glass of champagne.

Off the slopes

The French Alps have even more to offer off the slopes. Spot mountain wildlife, from alpine ibex to golden eagles. Wander round the quaint mountain towns, from Chamonix in the shadow of Mont Blanc to pretty riverside Annecy. Enjoy a steaming glass of vin chaud with a helping of raclette, or pick up some local comté to take home with you.

Beautiful ski resorts

The best way to enjoy the French Alps in winter is with a ski package holiday in a French ski resort. Club Med’s approach to all-inclusive has everything you need for an unforgettable ski holiday, including ski passes and classes for adults and kids, delicious cuisine, unforgettable aprés ski and excellent evening entertainment.

FACTS OF THE FRENCH ALPS

Flying Time: 14 hours
Time Difference: -6 hours
Currency: Euros
Best months to visit: Dec - April
Well Known for: Best ski slopes, ski domain and gastronomy
Languages: French

Discover our resorts in French Alps

Simply sit back, relax and experience the true meaning of a luxury all-inclusive ski holiday with Club Med Ski. The climate whilst skiing in France can vary hugely depending on where you choose to take your break. The French Alps can receive a lot of snow in winter, due to its naturally dry, cold continental climate. Winter sports enthusiasts are generally given the best of the snow in our French Alps resorts, with slopes of up to 3,000m high sitting in the most fruitful area for frost in the Alps.