PROVINCE - Savoie - Val d'Isère
Towering high at 1850 metres, Val d'Isère is located in the Savoie region of the Alps, on the border of the Vanoise Range. Espace Killy, named after the great Olympic champion, is made up of the idyllic villages of Val-d'Isère, Tignes and Le Brévière. Espace Killy spreads over 152 pistes giving a total ski area of 300km. The quality of the skiing and the range of activities on offer makes Val d'Isère one of the best ski resorts not only in Europe but worldwide.
At such an altitude, a long season is guaranteed, providing great snow from december through to mid-May. Val d'Isère's reputation has just earned it the honour of holding the World Ski Championships 2009, which brings the exciting prospect of a whole new world of piste, downhill on Solaise.
In Summer the skiing doesn't stop. Ski on the glaciers of Col de l'Iseran and la Grande Motte, or discover the joys of trekking through the beautiful mountains.
Val d'Isère continually evolves with the times. Excelling in welcome and ambiance, Val d'Isère will never cease to be an international favourite.
Eat in Paris selection more than 40 restaurants
Eat In Paris has done the hard work for you and selected the best restaurants in Val d'Isère, the places the ski addicts can't live without. Our choice offers the best in gastronomic restaurants both in Val d'Isère and in neighbouring Tignes which offer local favourites such as Savoyard fondue and raclettes, or simply enjoy some fine quality cuisine, both traditional and international. Our top pick combines the best in French cuisine with the best in après-ski ambiance, continuing the fun from the piste into the town.
We have visited the best restaurants in Val d'Isère and within Espace Killy, offering more than 10 restaurants on the piste, so that you don't miss out on the top places to eat.
After a great day of snowboarding or skiing, let us help you in selecting the best bars and clubs for après-ski fun.