The Les Arcs ski area has something for everyone, steep runs for the advanced skiers and plenty too for intermediates on wide reds and blues plus some wooded runs which are ideal if the weather closes in. If you are a keen to push your skis, the linked ski area to la Plagne is a must which doubles the size of the ski area to 425km. Strangely Les Arcs does not mark any of its runs as easy greens, as they don’t use this classification, which we know has put off some beginners considering a Les Arcs Ski Holiday. This doesn’t mean there aren’t any easy runs, just that they are marked as blue. All of the 3 main villages have easy tranquil beginner’s zones. Read more ...
Accommodation is easy to come by when planning a ski holiday in Les Arcs. There are four key villages in Les Arcs plus a few small satellite villages, Arcs 1600, 1800 and 2000 all naming the height of the village. We have catered ski chalets hotels and apartments in all the main villages as well as a very popular Club Med all-inclusive Arc Extreme hotel which from the 2017 ski season will become an adult only hotel.
The popular village of Arcs 1950 which was finished in 2003 is ideal for skiers who prefer a self-catered apartment, here they are stylish and bigger than many traditional French apartments. Everything in Arcs 1950 is ski in ski out and traffic free. We highly recommend booking an apartment in 1950, where guests can enjoy the shared indoor pool and sauna.
We offer package skiing holidays to Les Arcs from most regional UK airports, it’s an also a great destination to book a Eurostar package holidays as the Eurostar stops at Bourge St Maurice just below and connected by ski lifts to the Les Arcs ski area. We also offer a Eurostar plus TGV as a cheaper alternative.
If you prefer a smaller village for your skiing holiday, consider Peisey-Vallandry, here we have one of Club Med’s most popular resorts and also a good choice of catered ski chalets.