At an altitude of 2050 metres, Plagne Soleil is just across from Plagne Villages. The site offers a wide variety of accommodation. According to the size of your holiday gang, you can opt for a chalet or an apartment in a residence. Plagne Soleil has a full range of commodities and services, as well as several great locations that will become your après-ski spots. The village centre is totally car free. You can sit on a terrace to relax in the sunshine or watch your children discovering all the fun of being in the snow. Winter sports enthusiasts will love being able to ski right down to this little of corner of paradise. With its central position, Plagne Soleil is a great base camp for discovering Paradiski’s 425 km of runs.
Getting to Plagne Soleil
Whether you need some relaxation or something new
To relax your skiing muscles, put yourself into expert hands for a treatment at the Ô des Cimes spa in Les Granges du Soleil residence. It has a great wellness area with a sauna, Turkish bath, whirlpool baths and a swimming pool that looks out at the panoramic view. For a more unusual moment with your loved one or your family, head to the Igloo Village on the Dou du Praz. You can stay there for a typical Savoyard meal or for the whole night. Who has never dreamed of spending an exceptional night in a hotel made of snow?
Le Dou du Praz, a lovely spot all year round
If you love wide open spaces, you should go to the Dou du Praz. This sunny plateau between Plagne Soleil, Plagne Villages and Plagne Bellecôte offers a magnificent panorama. The views of the lovely Tarentaise valley and the Saint Jacques are quite breathtaking. It’s a wonderful spot year-round, with its walking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing itineraries. There are picnic tables where you can enjoy the magnificent landscape. In winter, it’s the ideal place to go dog sledding. In summer, food lovers really must visit the dairy where you can buy cheese made on site. If you look to the side of the chalet where they sell the cheese, you might see the cheese maker at work, leaning over the huge cauldron. The milk from the Tarine and Abondance cows that spend the summer in La Plagne’s pastures is made into Beaufort d’alpage cheese here, as well as butter and cream, and faisselle and serac cheese, to be enjoyed without limits!
Discover the highlights of our village and its convenience shops.