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Tignes Resort Description

Snow Range:

Village Heights
2,100m (6,889ft)

Highest Lift
3,550m (11,715ft)

Set high in the magnificent Savoie Alps, Tignes offers some of the best skiing in Europe with guaranteed snow all year. We have accommodation in the 3 best villages: Val Claret, the highest, offers the best access to the skiing, being very close to the foot of the glacier. It has a number of shops, supermarkets and many restaurants and bistros; Le Lavachet with chairlift links to Tovière and connections onto Val d'Isère, offers a variety of cafés/restaurants and a free bus service to Lac de Tignes (operating day and night); lastly, bustling, lively Lac de Tignes, with runs leading directly back into the resort. There is a twice weekly market here, shops, bars and restaurants and an ultra-modern sports centre..

Apres Ski:

More than 20 restaurants with menus to suit every palate and budget, 3-course set menu at around €20, local fondues for €24 including wine and dessert, pizzas from €8 at:
Pizzeria 2000
Daffy's Tex Mex
Le Côte de Boeuf (for affordable French cuisine)
Le Caveau
Saint Jacques
Harris Hot Rocks
Harris Bar for a good atmosphere
Cafe de la Poste and the Terrachu
Crowded House for a British atmosphere


Sports centre with squash court, tennis courts, aerobics, weight training, Jacuzzi, sauna (Lac de Tignes)
10 pin bowling alley
Cross country skiing around the lake
Husky drawn sleigh rides
Market in Le Lac twice a week
Ice climbing
Ice diving
Weekly street market selling local produce, ski wear and gifts
Range of boutiques
Cinema (Lac de Tignes and Val Claret)