A very comfortable self-catering, two bedroom ski apartment sleeping 4 situated in a Savoie style chalet. The 1st floor apartment is in the centre of the resort and only 100m from the ski slopes. The local creche, bar, restaurants, supermarket, bakers & ski-hire are all on your doorstep ! The apartment is fully equipped with an open plan kitchen (with rotisserie oven, Gaggia coffee maker, dishwasher, washing machine & dryer), dining / living area with balcony and views of the mountains and Tarentaise valley. The flat has 1 double bedroom (with ensuite shower), 1 twin bedroom, a spacious bathroom and separate toilet. The ski locker is downstairs and parking is available at the door. There is ample wardrobe and hanging space for everyone's clothing. Additionally there is Wifi internet access, hifi CD system, board games, local guides, and everything you require for a memorable stay.
Sainte Foy Ski Station lies in alpine forests and offers some of the best views in the Alps. Located near the Italian border it has an uncrowded ski area for both beginners and experts. There is great skiing, few queues and uncrowded pistes. Accompanied by a guide you can explore off piste with great scenery or visit the village of Le Monal with its spectacular views to the glaciers on Mont Pourri. It is a good base to visit some of France's classic ski resorts with Val d'Isere, Tignes, Les Arcs and La Rosiere/La Thuile all within 20-30 minutes car drive. The town of Bourg St Maurice is just 15 mins away for local shopping and rail / bus connections. For non-skiers there are walks, excursions and activities to enjoy. In the summertime, Ste Foy is equally appealing for walkers, climbers, mountain bikers and other outdoor enthusiasts with many local walks and day-outings to La Sassiere, La Gurraz and the Chapel St Pierre within easy reach.
Ski: Saint Foy is a secluded resort with good skiing for all levels of skier. It is famed for off-piste skiing but has plenty of good BLUE and RED slopes for beginners and intermediate skiers. You can return to the village on either BLUE or GREEN runs. The ski area has expanded since 2008 with new lifts and the creation of new pistes. The resort is seriously under-used so you do not find lift queues or crowded pistes. One-third of the ski area is below the tree line with the remainder above the tree line. The views are spectacular and sunshine on the slopes is good. There are 3 cafes on the runs once you leave the village. There is an ESF ski school which caters for all grades of skiers.