When you're here, you're home. People simply can't resist the delights of the friendly resort of Les Saisies. Enjoy an enchanting holiday in the mountains. Sunshine or snowfall, you're going to have a fantastic time when you rent a holiday place at Les Saisies. So don't hang around - come along and enjoy a taste of our region's mascot cheese: the Beaufort!
When you holiday at Les Saisies, you get to enjoy a 360° panorama across Mont Blanc, the Beaufortain massif and the Aravis mountain range. It just doesn't get any better than that! The resort of Les Saisies also has 158 ski trails, suitable for every level. On your marks, get set, go: weave between the pine trees, ski in the mountain of elves, or whizz down one of the three boardercross trails. While the children are enjoying a dog sledge ride all you sensation-seekers can have a go on a snowmobile, or try out the adventure trail! What makes it so great? Your ski accommodation at Les Saisies is just 600 metres from the town centre and the shops.
So what can you do there in summer? Enjoy a picnic as the woodchucks scurry around you -be careful though, you'll go crazy for those cute little balls of fur. Sporty visitors will love the mountain activities available:
Our hot pick? The Riddle Game. This actual real-life escape game brings together puzzles to be solved, physical activity and orientation exercises - it's great for anyone aged 6 and above!
Enjoy an amazing holiday: reserve your holiday rental at a residential ski chalet at Les Chalets d’Émeraude*** at Les Saisies. Covered heated pool, fitness room and wellbeing area: you'll never want to leave! It's just a stone's throw from the town centre, and an ideal place to relax after an action-packed day as you enjoy a delicious Savoy fondue in one of the many restaurants in the village. Ready for a magical holiday?
This is a good address at the foot of the slopes of the resort. You will find good Savoyard dishes: tartiflettes, fondue, raclette, burgers, (salad), blueberry tart etc... They also serve local beers "Brasserie du Mont-Blanc".