About the resort
Saint Martin de Belleville is a picturesque traditional Savoyard ski village within the largest ski area in the world, Les Trois Vallées. Saint Martin de Belleville has retained its Alpine charm with traditional stone-wood farmhouses. The charming village is built around a quaint 16th century church with many surrounding hamlets nearby. This sought-after resort is home to fine dining restaurants, including the 3 Michelin starred La Bouitte.
Skiing in Saint Martin de Belleville
Saint Martin de Belleville sits at an altitude of 1,450m where skiers are minutes away from being within Les Trois Vallées circuit. As part of Les Trois Vallées ski area, you will have access to 600km of piste that includes the resorts of Les Menuires, Val Thorens, Meribel, Courchevel and La Tania. Saint Martin de Belleville caters for all skiing levels, with an abundance of greens and blues for beginners and more difficult reds and blacks for intermediates. Advanced skiers may wish to ski at higher altitudes for more challenging off-piste bowls in Val Thorens.
Things to do in Saint Martin de Belleville
There are copious amounts of activities to keep you occupied, such as snowshoeing, dog sledding, toboggan runs and the option to rent out snowmobiles and cross-country skis. If you wish to have a leisurely day, you may relax in the sun on the slopes’ deck chairs or enjoy the delectable Savoyard dishes. Off the slopes, you may enjoy the fine dining experience at the Michelin starred La Bouitte. Après is relatively low key in Saint Martin de Belleville, retaining its traditional and charming French character. A busy nightlife with plenty of shopping opportunities can be found in the neighbouring resorts of Courchevel, Méribel and Les Menuires.
Summer in Saint Martin de Belleville
St Martin and the Belleville Valley are stunning in the summer months when walking atop mountains and through woodlands surrounded by flora and fauna. Alongside walking, you may enjoy other activities such as crazy golf, tennis, archery, climbing, mountain biking and fishing.
The ski season at St. Martin de Belleville takes place from December to April, and extensive snow making is completed overnight, keeping the runs open even in poor conditions.
The nearest airports to St. Martin de Belleville are Chambery and Grenoble, which are approximately 1h 30min drive away. Flights are also to Geneva and Lyon, where the transfer takes about 2h30mis to resort.