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Tree-lined runs, winding pathways between villages on the snowy valley floor, a 250km ski area and big, varied terrain for all levels of ability; Serre Chevalier in France is not as well known as other ski resorts, but it's definitely one that's worth a visit.
The resort has a relaxed feel and is made up of four separate villages which run along the south-facing valley above the medieval fortress town of Briançon – a World Heritage site.
Our chosen accommodation is based in either Chantemerle or Villeneuve. The former is traditional with more charm and some good shopping.
Villeneuve was more recently built and is ideal for convenience as access to the mountain is so easy. Villeneuve also makes for a good base if you're looking for a more lively après-ski scene.