The Grand Domaine

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What to do The Grand Domaine

Destination Dates 2 pers.

Self catering holidays

Self catering holidays
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Adults 18 years and over
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Children 3 to 17 years
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Babies 0 to 2 years
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Activities and events

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  • Valmorel French Ski School

    Valmorel French Ski School

    At the Valmorel French Ski School, 160 instructors offer lessons to suit all levels of ability.

    A wide range of activities are available: alpine skiing, snowboarding, telemark skiing, and "handiski" for people with disabilities, as well as "snake gliss" sledging, tandem paragliding, airboarding, fatbike outings and trapper evenings.

    There's something for everyone! Toddlers, children, teens and adults will all find something to enjoy.

  • Valmo'Branch

    Valmo'Branch

    Valmo'Branch is an activity park located in Valmorel.
    Over a hundred workshops are available throughout the park, for young and old alike, with three courses opened specially for children under 10.
    Visitors can come and have a go at the zip lines, giant nets, slides, and more. All the courses offer various levels of intensity and difficulty, making them suitable for all.

  • Snake Gliss Airboard

    Snake Gliss Airboard

    The Valmorel ski resort has set up a host of exciting recreational activities for both adults and children, to be enjoyed as family or with friends.
    Organised by the ESF (French Ski School), there's the Snake Gliss downhill toboggan run, a snake-like sledge that zigzags across the snow. You can also choose to go down on an Airboard, a giant inflatable sledge.
    These activities take place in the evening after the slopes close.

  • Via ferrata at Levassaix and Le Cochet

    Via ferrata at Levassaix and Le Cochet

    The via ferrata courses of Levassaix and Le Cochet are both located near the resort of Les Menuires. They are climbing courses built on mountain slopes and cliffs, offering a compromise between walking and climbing.
    You are attached by your gear to metal rungs and a steel safety cable to guide you along the length of the course.
    Both of these courses set off from Saint Martin de Belleville. You can do this activity alone or with a mountain guide.

  • Moûtiers History and Archaeology Museum

    Moûtiers History and Archaeology Museum

    This museum dedicated to the history of Moutiers and the Tarentaise presents an immersion in local history, spanning prehistory to the nineteenth century, also describing the city's role in Roman times. Five exhibition spaces are open to the public to view the local and archaeological collections from Moûtiers.

    The story of Galla is examined through various Latin texts. Learn all about her life and career, and whether she represented the Christian presence in the region in ancient times.

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