Courchevel Travel guide
Courchevel : Michelin's recommendations
A favoured destination for the stars of «show business», Courchevel is of course best known for its skiing, but almost as much for its elegant «salons de thé», luxury boutiques and health spas. With four resorts between 1,300 and 1,850 m, Courchevel was created in 1946 by the general council of the Savoie region, and has played an important part in the development of the area known as the Trois-Vallées (three valleys).
Tourist attractions Courchevel : Things to see and do
F - 73120 Courchevel
The valleys of St-Bon (Courchevel, La Tania), Allues (Méribel) and Belleville (St-Martin-de-Belleville, Les Menuires and Val-Thorens) make up the largest skiing area in the Alps, covering 400km2. 210 ski-lifts ferry skiers to nearly 300 ski runs and ..
Centre Station F - 73120 Courchevel
Upon arriving at the top after leaving Courchevel at 1 850 m, the Chenus cablecar, offers a view over the Loze rock and then, in the background, over the Verdon Cross, the Saulire, the Fruit Peak, the Vanoise and Mont Blanc. Finally, the Loze pass, l..
Rue des Gravelles F - 73120 Courchevel
Located on the edge of the ski slopes, Hôtel Les Ancolies offers direct access to the 3-Valley ski area in Courchevel Village, directly linked with Courchevel 1850 by gondola (4 minutes to the Croisette). During the ski season, a free shuttle bus lea..