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Luxury Europe chalets

Chalet ski holidays in Europe

A European catered chalet holiday is the most satisfying way to enjoy your skiing trips. Chalet holidays are relaxed off the slope, with professional hosts seeing to all your needs and providing invaluable insider info to your resort. Catered chalets in Europe generally offer cooked breakfast, afternoon tea and cakes plus home cooked 3 or 4 course dinners which usually include free wine. Some have high tea for younger children and some are even adult-only in case you prefer not to share with other peoples' kids. Afternoon tea and cakes are usually laid out for you when you get back from the slopes and are a welcome snack after a day of fresh air and exercise, if you haven't already stopped off somewhere to enjoy the great après ski.

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catered chalet holidays in Europe

Europe has the most diverse range of resorts in the entire skiing world. From the high altitude purpose built resorts with slope-side accommodation like Tignes and La Plagne, to the more intimate traditional villages like St Anton and Val d'Isere where the catered chalets maintain their traditional character, the choice provides the widest selection of atmosphere and skiing. Far from the often slightly sanitised experience of skiing in North America, European ski holidays are very much a product of a much older winter sport legacy and tradition. Lift passes usually cheaper in Europe too.
Not only can you find amazing (even famous) skiing terrain and snow sure resorts, chalet holidays in Europe are also an opportunity to soak up the fabulously diverse cultures, whether via the traditional local foods, traditional mountain villages or legendary après ski, all with some of the most dramatic and spectacular scenery as your backdrop. European resorts do tend to be more relaxed, with the food and the après ski having as high a priority as the actual skiing. If you are more focussed on the skiing you will appreciate the short lift queues first thing in the morning and the pleasantly quieter slopes during lunchtime.

Alpe d'Huez

from£484

Avoriaz

from£524

Borovets

from£347

Canazei

from£588

Cervinia

from£634

Chamonix

from£465

Champoluc

from£599

Cortina

from£474

Courchevel

from£395

Courmayeur

from£545

Flaine

from£469

Geilo

from£702

Gressoney

from£609

Hinterglemm

from£474

Ischgl

from£604

Kaprun

from£501

Kitzbuhel

from£497

Kuhtai

from£414

La Plagne

from£445

La Rosiere

from£461

La Tania

from£579

La Villa

from£522

Lech

from£604

Les Arcs

from£475

Les Deux Alpes

from£514

Les Gets

from£499

Les Menuires

from£556

Mayrhofen

from£484

Meribel & Mottaret

from£364

Montgenevre

from£663

Morzine

from£504

Obergurgl

from£674

Pragelato Via Lattea

from£1169

Selva

from£669

Serre Chevalier

from£446

Solden

from£544

Soldeu and El Tarter

from£455

Soll

from£474

St Anton

from£524

St Christoph

from£474

Tignes

from£494

Val d'Isere

from£454

Val Thorens

from£424

Valmorel

from£4946

Verbier

from£629

Zermatt

from£889

skiing in Europe

Most of the skiing in Europe is in the Alps, spanning Switzerland, France, Italy, Austria and Slovenia. The skiing areas offer endless runs with impressive vertical and surrounded by stunning panoramic views. In many places you can ski from village to village and even from country to country.
France has the most extensive range of resorts and ski terrain, and is the most popular destination for UK residents. It is easy to see why this is, with the high altitude, sno sure convenient resorts, perfect traditional villages and skiing challenges to suit everyone.
Austria is the close on the heels of France in popularity and this is because it isn't quite as expensive and more importantly has the most rocking après ski. Austria is also the birthplace of Alpine skiing.
Swiss skiing is an organised and cosmopolitan experience, with buckets of traditional charm in high altitude resorts. The après ski and shopping aren't bad either.
Skiing in Italy is a super relaxed and friendly affair, where the long lunches and wine drinking are as important as the skiing.
More affordable skiing options are available in the other ski areas of Andorra, Bulgaria and Slovenia.
And Lapland in Finland is also a brilliant destination around Christmas.

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