I might end up with more than five reasons in this summary to why booking ski holidays in france 2013 is a great options for family ski holidays with kids, but the main attraction surely must be: it’s actually cheaper than skiing in Australia.
And there’s 600 kilometres of runs. With one ski pass that costs between a half and two thirds the price of a ski pass in Australia.
So anyway, here we go…
1. It’s the largest ski area in the world. 600 kilometres of runs through sumptuous landscapes, on one ski pass. And kids under five years ski free. Plus, all resorts offer a Snow Guarantee – satisfied or reimbursed.
2. Famille Plus Montagne – a national tourism label for approved family facilities and services. In 2012, 45 French ski resorts get the “Famille Plus” label and at each one you’ll find professionally trained carers for kids, entertainment suitable for all ages and English speaking ski instructors.
4. It’s France, with all its charm and diversity. The local gastronomy – from traditional dishes served in simple rustic eateries to gastronomic cuisine – there are 19 Michelin-starred restaurants in the French mountains.