Situated at the heart of the Haute-Tarentaise region, at an altitude of 1850 m, on a south-facing ledge, La Rosière is a friendly and welcoming resort, with buildings that respect the traditional mountain architecture of the region. The delicious flavours of Italian cooking are just over the border.
Ski in both France and Italy on your next ski holiday in the French Alps. Book a holiday rental in La Rosiere and spend a wonderful ski holiday with friends or family between the French Savoy region and the Italian Aosta Valley. The Espace San Bernardo offers 160 km of snowy slopes in a majestic conifer forest. There are almost 80 ski runs suited to all levels, 5 dedicated areas for boarder cross, off-piste and big air fans. While on holiday in La Rosiere, you will have the opportunity to try new types of winter sports. Labelled Famille Plus, families are guaranteed a welcome by competent personnel upon arrival in La Rosiere allowing them to enjoy a relaxed and fun-filled ski holiday in the French Alps. Kids can have fun and parents can take a break knowing their little ones are in safe hands in the various childcare facilities.
At 1850m above sea level you will be able to enjoy a splendid mountain panorama worthy of the most beautiful postcards with stunning views of the valleys and mountains of the Tarentaise. By booking a holiday rental La Rosiere, you will be able to discover the natural heritage of the resort and its surroundings by visiting the glaciers, lakes, waterfalls, mountain passes, etc. You will appreciate the architecture in La Rosiere with its many neo-Savoyard chalets clad in wood, stone and slate that blend perfectly into this unique natural setting. And of course, don’t forget to do a spot of wine tasting while in the area.
Because a winter holiday in a high mountain destination such as the Alps is synonymous with winter sports activities, the opportunities to have fun are numerous in La Rosiere. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, when you book a holiday rental at La Rosiere, you can take the opportunity to try other, more recent snow sports such as snow-kiting or speed riding, two activities that are fast becoming popular apres-ski activities. For the more adventurous seeking an adrenaline rush, a ride in a glider or helicopter will certainly impress you. For those looking to discover the secrets of the flora and fauna of the area, take a snowshoeing tour (day, half day or even at night) with a monitor – you’ll be surprised by what you’ll see and who you might meet!