- This was the best ski trip I have had in ages. Fantastically well equipped and managed apt. Amazing communal facilities and great location. Had to dig the car out – so shovel was v. handy! Loved it. thanks….
- Extremely comfortable for the two of us, with everything we needed, convenient for the lifts and wonderful extras like the pool and haman.
- What a fabulous, cosy, well equipped, secure, luxurious, perfectly-located holiday apartment. Spa facilities superb too! Thank you and we’ll be back!
- I cant fault anything, the location was superb for the ski lifts.The apartment was the best that we have stayed in on a ski holiday.
- The smallest thing had been thought of from all the kitchen equipment to the herbs and fresh coffee in the fridge.
- The ingenious layout and high level of equipment makes this place more than adequate for a family of four.We have always been very warmly greeted and have always found the apartment to be spotlessly clean and well maintained.
- Our endearing and enduring memory of staying at La Chamoissiere was the incredible 360 degree view of the mountains we had just walked as we relaxed in the pool.
- We have just returned from a fabulous trip. The conditions were excellent, and the apartment surpassed expectations. It was only a stones throw from the slopes, so we were able to come home for a leisurely lunch each day.
- A fantastic apartment, spacious and very well equipped. Lots of storage space and a wonderful pool and sauna. Well sited for the lifts in Monetier, which is a delightful village
- We were thrilled to be able to swim outside under the stars, surrounded by mountains. Snow conditions excellent. We can’t wait to go back. Many thanks for everything.
Cycling is a big thing in the valley. The Tour de France are regular visitors, passing through on the way to one of the mythical ‘Cols’ or mountain passes, the Lauteret, Galibier, and Izoard. Enthusiastic amateurs can take part in several event in the valley, covering some of the routes of the Tour.
For a huge adrenaline rush, take your bike up to the top of the mountain, using a chairlift, or cable car, and see how fast you can descend to the bottom. Not for the faint-hearted though!Helmets and body-armour recommended.
If you prefer a more sedate pace, cycle along the Val de Clarée or along the Guisane.
Well, the guys had a blast cycling down the mountain from the Bachas restaurant. I think they lost the track though, as they ended up on the Tabuc piste, which was apparently a little rocky (an understatement). They also had a trip along to Villeneuve and took the Casse du Boeuf chairlift up to the Bivouac, then cycled back via Fréjus village. They were quite tired when they returned. We didn’t cycle as much as we’d planned as the teens had outgrown their bikes we’d intended to take with us. Hiring them for the whole holiday would have been quite expensive I think .