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Your Ski Holiday in Chamonix

The famous ski resort of Chamonix is a mythical ski resort in the Haute Savoie region of the French Alps offering exceptional skiing for skiers of all levels. Famous for its beautiful, natural sites such as the Argentiere glacier, the Aiguille du Midi, the Mer de Glace and of course, the Mont Blanc Mountain, world-renown for its mountaineering circuits. The authentic architecture in the town centre of Chamonix gives this legendary ski resort a charming, welcoming feel and you will find an endless choice of shops and restaurants to enjoy during your ski holiday in Chamonix. The skiing in the Chamonix Mont Blanc ski area, offers superb ski slopes, from wide open, gentle pastures and ski runs through stunning forests, to extreme black runs and world-famous off-piste skiing such as La Vallee Blanche – an absolute must for serious skiing and snowboarding fans.

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Accommodation and holiday rentals in Chamonix

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Prestige apartment
Prestige residence 10 minutes from the centre of Chamonix with indoor & outdoor pools, spa facilities. Parking. Wifi.
Prestige apartment
Prestige residence 10 minutes from the centre of Chamonix with indoor & outdoor pools, spa facilities. Parking. Wifi.
Charming ski chalet in Chamonix sleeping 10/12 people with private sauna, whirlpool and super views.

The Famous Mountains in Chamonix

If you want to get high and admire the most famous mountain in Chamonix, the Mont Blanc, you have the choice – take the cable car or hike up! The second option is really for trained athletes only. The Mont Blanc in Chamonix dominates the Alps from its 4810 meter peak and is an absolute must when visiting Chamonix. Lovers of the great outdoors will love this unique natural site in France. At the foot of the Mont Blanc you will find seemingly endless linked hiking trails amidst beautiful, untouched pine forests. There are incredible glaciers to visit. The Mer de Glace (Sea of Ice), the largest glacier in France and the Ice Cave are two beautiful sites well worth visiting during your holiday in Chamonix. For the younger members of the family, visit the Merlet animal park set in more than 20 hectares of woods in the heart of this preserved natural setting.

Heritage and Culture in Chamonix

The French ski resort of Chamonix has a rich heritage and culture. Today one of the most popular destinations for mountaineering and winter sports in Europe, Chamonix was discovered by the tourist industry in 1924 when the small mountain town hosted the first Olympic Winter Games. You will find here a pleasant blend of tradition and modernity as this ski resort has managed to keep its authenticity while developing modern and dynamic winter sports facilities and amenities to suit families skiing with children as well as the younger crowd who come to enjoy the apres ski in Chamonix. The architecture of this charming ski resort presents an interesting mix of mountain chalets, majestic villas, traditional farms, churches and chapels as well as the original hotels and palaces dating back to the origins of the town. To soak up the heritage and culture of Chamonix, you can visit the many museums in the resort: the Musée Alpin, Espace Tairraz, Chalet de la Réserve des Aiguilles Rouges, etc…Booking a holiday rental in Chamonix, you will have the possibility to discover all the resort’s secrets!

Summer in Chamonix

Dynamic and festive, the famous resort of Chamonix in the French Alps has many attractions for families with children or for groups of friends looking to spend a regenerating summer holiday in the mountains. Take to the sky in a light aircraft or hot air balloon and enjoy an incomparable view of the Mont Blanc Mountain and its surroundings. Lovers of white-water water sports can get an adrenalin rush on the torrents of frozen water which descend this majestic, snow-covered rock. Those looking for calmer activities such as walking and hiking can enjoy one of 160 hiking trails available in and around Chamonix. There is something for all ages, all levels and all tastes. Or you can simply spend a relaxing holiday visiting the nearby cities across the borders in Switzerland or Italy. If you still have the energy you can dance all night in one of the many bars and nightclubs in Chamonix.


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