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In France, you’ll find some of the most citing European resorts for a group ski holiday. We have designed some popular winter breaks for groups, that both ski and snowboard fans can enjoy. Set within the French Alps, resorts such as Méribel and Tignes have some of the most stunning backdrops you can imagine containing beautiful villages, delicious local food, and a great nightlife for groups to enjoy.
With an abundance of slopes and runs in all locations, avid skiers and snowboarders will be spoilt for choice, no matter their ability or experience. From newcomers looking for nursery slopes to the experienced skier hoping to perfect that black run, ski holidays in France are the perfect choice for a group holiday.
France and skiing have always gone hand and hand, which is why France is home to some of the best resorts in the world and ideally suited for a group holiday. Meribel is the perfect base to explore the Three Valleys region, with world-renowned pistes and buzzing alpine resorts, perfect for anyone’s après-ski needs. The Chalet Loden is an intimate retreat, with an added touch of luxury, that sleeps 12. It’s ideal accommodation for a group looking to get away.
In Tignes, the variety of terrain for exploring on skis or snowboard is incredible, with some of the best snow and views in the whole of the Alps. It is also one of France’s most popular destinations, known for its nightlife and lively après-ski atmosphere. The Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percée, situated in the heart of the Tignes Le Lac, is a cosy chalet hotel that’s only 100 metres walk from the main gondola. It’s perfect group accommodation where comfort comes first.
Other French resorts include some of the world’s most popular, such as Les Deux Alpes or La Plagne, all being great choices for multiple guests as our resorts have group-friendly rooms and all villages offer a wide choice of activities on and off the slopes.
With French resorts known for their lively nightlife, they are great options for a group holiday. With a variety of bar and restaurant choices in all villages, it’s time to create great memories after the sun has set for the day.
No trip to France could be complete without tasting the local cuisine and making the most of the food on offer in the region. From cheese fondues to fresh croissants and baguettes, groups can fuel their ski adventure with some of the finest food in the world. Three-course meals and wine included on six days of the trip (leaving one night for exploring the local area) means food is certainly covered on these group holidays in France.
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