Apartment 5 people for rent Val Thorens at the foot of the slopes

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An ideal location in the resort of Val Thorens

  • In the heart of Val Thorens resort

  • Restaurants and bars nearby

  • Go skiing at the feet of the apartment

The residence « Les temples du Soleil »

Les Temples du Soleil are a big residence, near to the bars and restaurants, including a relaxation area (with supplement) featuring a sauna, hammam and 2 whirlpools. A short walk from the centre of Val Thorens, it offers easy access to the bars, restaurants and nightclubs. You can also try snowshoeing, glacier hiking and snowmobiling. The residence offers direct access to the mini market and the ski shop. The sports centre can be found 600 m from your residence.

station ski val thorens

In the highest station in Europe

Val Thorens, located in the Tarentaise Valley, French Alps, is the highest ski resort in Europe, at an altitude of 2300 m. It is located in the commune of Saint-Martin-de-Belleville in the Savoie département. The resort forms part of the 3 vallées linked ski area which, with over 600 km of piste, is one of the largest linked ski areas in the world. Given the high altitude of Val Thorens and the Glacier de Péclet and its snow quality means that the resort is usually open from mid-November until early May. The highest skiable peaks are Pointe du Bouchet (3220 m) and Cime de Caron (3200 m). Val Thorens has 31 lifts, which include magic carpets, draglifts, chairlifts, gondolas, funitels and a cable car. There are 4 funitels; the Bouquetin, Péclet, Grand Fond and Thorens. Val Thorens has a total of 68 marked runs, 150 km, and several terrain parks. The main snow park sees top level freestyle competitions every winter. The nearest airports are Lyon and Geneva. They have a transfer time of 2 hours 45 mins and 3 hrs 15 mins respectively with daily shuttle. Alternatively, the resort is nearly 1 hour from Moutiers the nearest train station. The resort is semi-pedestrianised and has everything you need just a stone’s throw away. Val Thorens lets visitors experience every facet of mountain life, with a particular focus on the culinary delights on offer from the resort’s range of great dining establishments (over 40 bars and 60 restaurants).