Welcome to Courchevel, the international prestigious resort located in the 3 Valleys, the world’s largest ski areal (600 km of pistes). The five Courchevel’s villages are all home to ski-in/ski-out accommodation. Both skiers and non skiers will discover a unique and magical valley through the wealth of activities on offer, from sheer relaxation to adrenalin filled action. Whether you are looking for tranquillity or excitement, culture or unforgettable experiences, anything is possible in Courchevel! Aim for the exceptional!
« FAMILLE PLUS Montagne » is the first and unique national tourism label to approve the facilities and services available to families with children staying in French tourist destinations. It is recognized by the French Ministry of Tourism.
Large ski area
A resort accessing a large interlinked ski area with a common area pass.
Charming village resort
Discover the quiet charm of the mountain's natural heritage. These resorts are members of the Mountain Village charter and are traditional villages with no modern buildings. Located close to protected natural areas, they offer all types of mountain activities (walking, air and water sports, land based activities...).
Resort Courchevel 1650
Last snowfall 02 Apr 2017
from N.C to N.C
Opening hours of the ski lifts
of 09h00 at 17h00
Return to the resort by ski
Total. All the resort's sections are open
Lyon-Saint Exupéry : 185 km
Chambéry-Aix les Bains : 112 km
Genève-Cointrin : 145 km
Moûtiers : 25 km
Moûtiers : 25 km
Paris : 630 km
Activities and events
Moûtiers St. Peters' Cathedral
A question of style.
Moûtiers has a long and rich past. The historical buildings, squares and narrow streets are all part of the town’s heritage.
And its cathedral boasts remarkable sculptures from the thirteenth to the eighteenth century and religious architecture, with examples of Roman, Gothic, classical and neoclassical art.
Museum of Popular Traditions
Retracing centuries of Savoy traditions.
The Moutiers Museum of Popular Traditions is located in the former Archbishop Counts of Tarente Palace.
A visit to this exceptional monument, borderd by the Isere, makes for a great family day out. Visitors can discover all the agricultural techniques that have contributed to the wealth of this region. Winemaking, crafts, religious art and carpentry techniques are on show in the museum retracing centuries of Savoy traditions. Visitors can relax following visits in the museum's beautiful park.
St. Sigismond's Church
The history of the Saint-Sigismond church is relatively unusual. Indeed, this church was moved during the Middle Ages, from its original location on the Saint-Sigismond hill to its current location. Consecrated to the Burgundian King Sigismond, the church is simple and austere, with a high steeple. Its doors, in baroque style, are unique because of their decoration and ornamentation. Inside, many liturgical objects and works of religious art are still kept.
St-Martin Basilica in Aime
Symbol of a town.
Aime’s Basilica of Saint Martin has been a listed building since 1875, but hasn’t been used as a place of worship for several centuries.
The original Roman structure was destroyed when the River Ormente burst its banks but the first Christians built a church on the ruins. Following a devastating fire, the basilica was built around the year 1000 and showcases Romanesque art in Savoy.
Tour des Sires de Montmayeur
A famous watchtower.
Montmayeur Tower was originally a square keep protected by a surrounding wall. Standing below the town, it controlled traffic on the River Isere.
Following changes in weaponry, the mediaeval tower no longer fulfilled its defensive role. It fell into disuse for centuries before being bought by the local authority and used to host exhibitions.
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