At an altitude of 1970 m, Plagne Centre has everything you need for a great holiday. There are buildings with ski-in / ski-out access all along the large area at the bottom of the slopes. In the evening, you can enjoy the warmth of the gallery to go shopping or have an evening out. The retail areas are varied, with boutiques, restaurants, bars and a cinema… Plagne Centre is like a roundabout of the ski slopes, set at the departure point of other La Plagne sites. The resort proposes a range of après-ski activities for all ages. Our more contemplative visitors will love the stunning 360° panorama at the top of the Grande Rochette.
Getting to Plagne centre
En cabine Simone !
Plagne Centre also has the advantage of being linked to Plagne Aime 2000 by the Télémétro. It only takes a few minutes to get to the “snow ocean liner” and its shopping gallery. With its vintage look, the Télébus offers a quick route to Plagne Villages and Plagne Soleil. Free shuttle buses run to Plagne 1800 and Plagne Bellecôte every 15 minutes.
For groups of any size
A paradise for kids
Plagne Centre is ideal for a family ski holiday. The resort has several beginner zones where you can learn to ski alone or supervised. Your children will love skiing under Le France building or on the Mauve slope with entertainment along the way. Speed freaks can meet at the top of the Colorado chairlift. Colorado Park is a 1500 m toboggan run with a view of Mont Blanc. For children who are not tired, even after a day on the slopes, there’s no lack of après ski activities to enjoy!
Animated après ski
The Heritage Museum
In Plagne Centre’s Espace Pierra Menta, the Maison du Patrimoine (Heritage Museum) explains the history of La Plagne. Three permanent exhibitions look back at the history of the mines in La Plagne, the bobsleigh and the resort itself. You can relive the creation of the different sites of La Plagne, step by step, through photos from that time.
Plagne Centre offers a wonderful view of the Beaufortain region (including the Pierra Menta) and Mont Blanc. To climb higher, take the Funiplagne, with or without skis. At 2508 m, you are at the top of the Grande Rochette. Set between the northern slopes of La Plagne and the south-facing slopes of Champagny-en-Vanoise, this peak offers a truly breathtaking panoramic view. It’s the perfect spot for a selfie, if you can decide which way to face, looking towards Mont Blanc or the Vanoise.
The first of the La Plagne sites to be built, Plagne Centre is at the heart of the resort’s events. As well as offering an animated après-ski atmosphere, the site hosts major events. You can’t miss the slalom field at the bottom of the slopes, which is regularly the setting for international competitions and shows.
Discover the highlights of our village and its convenience shops.