• Alpine Ski Resorts

Pra Loup

One of the biggest resorts in the southern Alps, Pra Loup is one of two resorts that make up  the "Espace Lumière", a huge ski-field that links the Ubaye Valley to the Val d'Allos and boasts over 180 km of pistes.

All abilities are catered for and there are pistes of all levels. Snowboarders are well looked-after with a snowpark and several natural half-pipes.

Pra Loup resort has everything you need for a successful ski holiday, a wide range of accommodation, numerous restaurants, clubs and bars, family entertainment such as ice skating and a cinema and everyday necessities such as mini-markets and bakers.

www.praloup.com

Sauze - Super Sauze

Recognised nationally as one of the top sites for alternative winter sports such as ski cross and freestyle, Sauze SuperSauze has come along way since its beginings as a small family resort.

The resort has been run by the same family since in the 1930s and although it maintains an intimate feel, it has grown enormously over the years.

Sauze SuperSauze offers 65 km of pistes of all levels from nursery slopes to black runs.  There is also an enormous snowpark with rails, jumps and a 300m natural half-pipe.

The resort has a range of accommodation options and entertainment including restaurants, a cinema and a selection of shops.

www.sauze.com

Sainte Anne

The smallest of the Ubaye's three Alpine ski resorts, Sainte Anne has a charm of its own.  Situated at more than 1800m, with a wide, open ski-field and surrounded by an impressive mountain cirque, the resort gives the the impression of being out in the wilderness.

30 km of pistes of all levels lead back to the charming resort centre which houses restaurants and sports shops.

www.sainte-anne.com