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    Serre Chevalier

    Property For Sale In Serre Chevalier

    Serre Chevalier is composed of several villages, a town, Briançon, and various hamlets. Serre Chevalier carries the “Family Plus” rating which means that it pays particular attention to the needs of families. Browse our Serre Chevalier properties for sale!

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    About Serre Chevalier

    On your Serre Chevalier ski holiday, you’ll be based in the largest ski area in the southern French Alps, and indeed one of the largest anywhere. Although termed a ‘resort,’ it is like many of the big French ski areas, in fact made up of multiple villages, 13 in fact, stretching for 15 km along the Guisane Valley floor to the old town of Briançon, France’s highest Alpine town. Those 13 centres differ from most of the other big French multi-base ski areas in that, although some are much expanded, they are all genuine villages, not purpose-built. There are four main centres among them which have most of the accommodation and the facilities – Briançon itself, Chantemerle, Villeneuve and Monêtier.

    Things to do in Serre Chevalier

    Serre Chevalier has many of the stereotypical ski resort activities to take part in, such as paragliding, snowshoeing, ice skating and swimming at the local spa. There are other activities here that are much less common, e.g., you can enter the local biathlon, go snow kiting, or test how good your driving skills really are at the ice karting circuit.

    There are also more relaxing things to do as well, like visit the library, go to the bridge club or go and watch a film at the cinema.

    Finally, and if you’re feeling lucky one evening, you could visit the casino

    Skiing in Serre Chevalier

    A two-stage gondola provides the sole uplift from Briançon, giving access to a little beginners’ zone at mid-altitude and onward links via the summit of Prorel into the core Grand Serre ski area. The Briançon sector is lightly wooded and contains a handful of decent reds, the best of which runs all the way down to the edge of the town (snow conditions permitting).

    At the opposite end of the domain, the slopes above Monêtier-les-Bains include a nice selection of tree-lined reds and a nice black, plus a couple of short but testing runs off the highest point in the entire Serre Chevalier domain. The link from this sector eastwards into the core domain is a narrow route via the Col de la Cucumelle at 2,500 m, with a lovely long red run down into the Frejus sector above Villeneuve.

    Snow Conditions

    Many of the slopes have snow making facilities for more guaranteed skiing throughout the season.

    Transfer time

    The nearest airports to Serre Chevalier are Turin and Grenoble which are both within a few hours drive of resort.

    Resort Info

    • Resort Altitude 1350 m
    • Highest Lift 2730 m
    • Total Pistes 250
    • Total Lifts 74

    Ski Info (111 Runs)

    Beginners
    48%
    Intermediates
    39%
    Advanced
    14%

    Features

    • Ice Rink
    • Resort Bus
    • Gym
    • Indoor Pool
    • Ice Rink
    • Nightclub

    French Alps locations

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