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Sample Itinerary

4 skiers staying 7 nights in a two-bedroom apartment including a car on the Eurotunnel - £285.00 per person
January 2013









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La Plagne piste map

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La Plagne 1800 - the resort

Our self catering ski apartments in La Plagne 1800

Edelweiss Apartments
La Plagne 1800 is a very practical base for accessing the skiing of La Plagne and Les Arcs.  Arguably lacking in a little charm it does however provide exceptional value accommodation and allow you to get straight onto the lifts and up into the runs on the Bellecôte in no time at all.  And as the sun sinks over the mountains you can ski straight right back to your door.  So if your ski-trip is all about the skiing, then La Plagne is a good place to be.
The 83 apartments that make-up Les Chalets d'Edelweiss are spread over seven buildings on three floors (there are lifts).  For post ski therapy there is a small indoor pool, which you'll be pleased to know is heated!  There is also a sauna and a steam room and we include one free visit to all of our skiers (there is a charge of €8 for subsequent visits).
Should you need it there is also a laundromat.

Our prices include all bed linen (the beds will be made-up for your arrival) and final cleaning of the apartment (excluding the kitchen).

Self catering ski apartments - La Plagne
Self catering ski apartments - La Plagne
Self catering ski apartments - La Plagne
Self catering ski apartments - La Plagne Self catering ski apartments - La Plagne

Getting to La Plagne & Les Arcs

By Air

Situated in the northern Alps there are several ways to get to La Plagne.  We can arrange flights for you to Geneva and transfers from there (or hire-cars) into the resort. You may also fly into Chambery, Grenoble or Lyon but the transfers are progressively longer).


Many skiers prefer to drive to themselves as it is a reasonable trip from Calais (about eight hours on motorways all the way).  We can book your Eurotunnel crossing for you at very good rates and even arrange overnight stops on the way to and from the resort.  With all airlines now charging for skis, this route is becoming increasingly worthy of consideration.


If you would prefer to let the train take the strain, then La Plagne and Les Arcs are two of the best placed resorts, being so close to Moutiers in the valley form where buses meet the Eurostar trains from St. Pancras and will whisk you up into the mountains.

Skiing in La Plagne