With its 225km of slopes La Plagne is an excellent choice for your ski holiday. It is also part of the larger Paradiski area (La Plagne and Les Arcs), entailing 425km of skiable runs making it the second largest ski area in the world.
There are many activities you can participate in while holidaying in La Plagne. La Plagne has the only bobsleigh track in Europe accessible to holidaymakers, there is an outdoor swimming pool in Bellecote and a cinema in Plagne Centre. You can go ice-skating or bowling in Plagne Centre, paragliding at the Grande Rochette or nighttime sledging from Aime 2000 to La Roche. There are even huskies on the Dou du Praz!
La Plagne has plenty of great bars and restaurants too. You can enjoy delicious hot-chocolates and vin-chauds on the mountain that’ll warm you up nicely. Why not try out some typical French mountain food like tartiflette, raclette or even a cheese fondue? You can even sample some après-ski entertainment with live bands and music.
Do you want to learn how to ski properly in a safe environment with an experienced instructor? Contact Oxygène Ski School, they have a huge selection of lessons for children and adults, and make sure you mention us to benefit from some reduced rates.
A great evening restaurant to visit, and it’s just down the road, is the Chalet De La Roche in La Roche. Choose between typical yummy French food to beautifully cooked pasta dishes made by their Italian chef.
An on-mountain restaurant recommendation is Les Inversens at the top of the Roche de Mio. It’s serve yourself, but it’s quick and their crepes are delicious, they also serve oysters, and this is all with fantastic views of the La Plagne ski area.
Le Chairlift in Plagne Village is excellent place where you can enjoy food in a warm and friendly environment (lunch and evening). It’s ski in and ski out, and is super assessable to all levels, even non-skiers.
La Bergerie, at the top of Plagne Village, is another great restaurant to go for a drink or a lunchtime food stop. They have a huge terrace, and a few times during the week, live music from DJs or a band (weather depending).
Finally, the Brix Bar in Plagne Centre is a great choice for an après-ski beer, otherwise if you are looking for some live music you can always check out La Mine in Plagne 1800.