Discover Val Cenis

Val Cenis is a ski resort located in the French Alps, in Savoie, near the Italian border. Val Cenis offers great skiing with over 125 km of downhill and cross-country trails, suitable for all levels, as well as family activities such as snowshoeing. Its family atmosphere and numerous lodging options for all budgets make it an ideal vacation destination.
The resort covers five villages: Lanslebourg Mont Cenis, Lanslevillard, Termignon, Bramans and Sollières-Sardières. It is associated with the other resorts of Haute Maurienne Vanoise, offering access to more than 400 km of slopes nearby.


Val Cenis is a popular destination for winter and summer vacations, with activities such as hiking, mountain biking or paragliding. Ski enthusiasts can enjoy a variety of trails for all levels, ranging from green trails for beginners to black trails for experts. There are also cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails for those who prefer a quieter activity.

Val Cenis is also known for its traditional architecture, with many wooden chalets and stone buildings typical of the Alps. Holidaymakers can also enjoy the family atmosphere of the resort with many cultural and sporting events organized throughout the season.

There is a wide range of accommodation available in Val Cenis, from hotels to vacation homes to chalets and gites. There are options for all budgets, allowing vacationers to find the perfect accommodation for their stay.

Val Cenis is also close to the Italian border, which allows one to enjoy the benefits of both countries. Vacationers can easily travel to Italy for excursions or to discover the local culinary specialties.

In summary, Val Cenis is an ideal destination for winter and summer vacations, with activities for all levels and accommodation options for all budgets. Vacationers can enjoy a protected natural environment bordering the Vanoise National Park, traditional architecture, and a family-friendly atmosphere in the resort.

Book your stay in Val Cenis now for an unforgettable vacation in the French Alps.