Located deep in the Alps, Val d’Isere is a one of the most beautiful ski resorts in France. Filled with winter magic, it is equally beloved by ski professionals as beginners and comes to life each season with the falling of the first snow.

Nestled in the most beautiful natural setting, Airelles Val d’Isère amazes with its unique ski-in ski-out location. Designed to please, it is first and foremost a landmark for mountain lovers and avid skiers in the resort. At Airelles Val d’Isère, we gather and embrace an elegant lifestyle and simply enjoy the altitude with friends and family. Raw yet sophisticated, the architecture and atmosphere immediately invite to connect with the surroundings and let go for a fabulous ski break.

Wonderful service is at the heart of any stay – delighting guests and meeting their every need. Every aspect of an Airelles journey is made to feel ultra-personal thanks to thoughtful and caring teams who strive for excellence and try to make every wish come true.

In the heart of the Val d’Isère ski resort, rediscover the charm of a large mountain chalet, at 150 meters from the ski slopes across the Olympic Bellevarde downhill.

Owned and managed by the Cerboneschi family since 1963, the hotel is, above all, a place of relaxation and change of style where luxury comes with elegance.
The carefully chosen fabrics together with the warmth of traditional wood and stone, the unique decoration of the 70 rooms & suites create a genuine mountain atmosphere where one feels at home

The Hotel Avancher has designed some functional rooms for you, while building upon its friendly atmosphere with touches of the Savoy. The rooms are spacious and all equipped in the same manner to guarantee you optimal comfort.

Located at the foot of the Rond-Point des pistes in Meribel, Hotel Le Coucou, the luxury ski-in ski-out from the Maisons Pariente collection is perfectly situated in one of the resort’s most beautiful locations, right on the slopes.

The 5-star hotel is unique in it’s close proximity to the snowy peaks and unrivalled mountain and valley vista views. With its elegant look of a traditional chalet, Le Coucou is a, true luxury hotel in Meribel, spread over ten floors on the mountainside, with a stunning private pool, Tata Harper Spa, two restaurants and two kids clubs all designed in perfect harmony with its alpine environment.

Hotel La Savoyarde is a comfy hotel with a familial and warm spirit.
Idealy located, very closed to the slopes and resort center.
The food was delightfull, as the service quality.
Highly recomended.

If you came to visit Provence, once in Avignon, the city will enchant you and you won’t want to leave!

Capital of Vaucluse and the Côtes du Rhône, city of the popes, city of art and culture, theatre, cinema, museums, department stores and small boutiques, Avignon is a small town that has everything of a big one and still…

From medieval houses and alleys to Renaissance mansions, passing through all its beautiful old squares and a diverse gastronomy, ranging from family, good and inexpensive to the greatest starred chefs.

Among the French towns of Bouches-du-Rhône, Martigues or the Venice of Provence is particularly illustrated by its unique charm. We love it both for its historical and natural heritage which guarantees the embarrassment of choice for anyone who ventures there. Martigues offers one of the most atypical settings, between islands, gardens, parks, museums, forests, etc. The potential of the town is just immense and there is something for everyone.

For lounging in a beautiful setting, don’t look too far! The French Basque Country is an ideal holiday destination for the richness of its environment. It offers both a magnificent coastline, wild landscapes bathed in sunshine and the vertiginous mountains of the Atlantic Pyrenees.

The Basque Country draws its inspiration from its heritage and its harmonious contrasts, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pyrenees. A stone’s throw from Spain, people come here for its beaches, waves, surfing and also for its authenticity and cultural ferment, between the heritage of the ancients and contemporary creations.

Although many visitors come for its beaches, art and partying, San Sebastian-Donostia is an unmissable gastronomic destination.

Its narrow and winding streets are full of bars and restaurants and in the modern district there are cafes on every sidewalk. The specialty of the city is seafood. Don’t expect dinner around 6 or 7 p.m., it’s way too early for Spain. In the meantime, you can satisfy your hunger with tapas, then eat and drink until late at night.

The Ribera del Duero wine route stretches right through the middle of Spain, and specifically in four provinces of Castile-Leon: Burgos, Segovia, Soria and Valladolid.

On its approximately 115 kilometers, it always has the Douro as a traveling companion. The underground cellars, which immerse visitors in the origins of wine, the tradition of the families of producers, avant-garde architecture, Castilian gastronomy, cultural heritage or natural landscapes are all assets that make this trip an unforgettable experience.