Vallée de Saint-Bon Courchevel
First of all, because it is divided over 5 levels of altitude, then because each level offers its own face, panorama and way of approaching the mountain. The wide range of non-skiing activities that the station provides is another highlight in its constant efforts to satisfy and surprise its customers. The phrase "à la carte service" takes on its full meaning here and the demand for quality can be seen at all levels of the station. Take the time to choose and book your break in Courchevel or any other ski resorts in Savoie!
As a resort which is popular for both its elegance and the atmosphere offered by its nightlife, Courchevel 1850 has been able to preserve its architecture and noble materials such as wood, stone and flagstone.
This chic and relaxed resort attracts an international clientele. Courchevel 1850 has a superb ice rink that hosts major events all season long.
Moriand (Courchevel 1650)
Better known as "Moriond L’Ensoleillée", this village located at 1650 metres of altitude attracts a young and dynamic clientele. Its many shops and typical restaurants (Savoie and traditional cooking, tapas bars, etc.) guarantee a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Courchevel Village (1550)
This is the peaceful, simple ski resort, with its family atmosphere and its direct link to Courchevel 1850 which takes 3 min by cable car. The shops, ski school and restaurants set the tone in this village which also hosts the finish of the luge track and an ice karting circuit. The village is currently developping and is a highly sought after location, combining charm and accessibility.
Le Praz (Courchevel 1300)
This little Savoyard village, located at an altitude of 1300 metres, reveals its authentic character through its traditional architecture with its houses of stone, wood and flagstone and its narrow streets.
Le Praz is also famous for its Olympic ski jump built for the 1992 Olympic Games and its direct link to Courchevel 1850, which takes 7 min by cable car. The village is also characterised by its quality of life, making it a pleasant spot in summer and winter alike.
Saint Bon (Courchevel 1100)
Saint Bon, the cradle of Courchevel, at an altitude of 1100 m, is the original village which is part of the history of Courchevel. Le Lac Bleu, the first hotel to be built in the station, has been welcoming customers since 1925.
As there is no ski lift in the village itself, free shuttle buses leave every 20 minutes to head for the start of the ski resort, and a red piste is available for those who want to ski back.