Experience Europe

Our hand-picked collection of resorts in Europe showcases the best skiing, scenery and accommodation this amazing continent has to offer. Europe has long been a favourite with British skiers thanks to its high-end gastronomy and enormous snow sure ski resorts. Whatever you’re looking for, Europe has something to offer everyone.

Our Top Pick of European Ski Areas


Best for Mile-Hungry Skiers: The Three Valleys

CourchevelThe huge linked ski area of the Three Valleys is the ultimate destination for anybody looking to whizz around the slopes, exploring the never-ending choice of varied terrain. Choose to stay in the heart of the ski area in Méribel, glamorous Courchevel or family-friendly Val Thorens.

Alternatives to the Three Valleys include Flaine, Samoëns and Les Carroz in the Grand MassifAvoriaz, Les Gets and Morzine in the Portes du Soleil; and Les Arcs.


Best for Short Breaks: La Clusaz

La ClusazWhen it comes to selecting a destination for a short break, a short transfer from the airport is a key factor. La Clusaz is an ideal destination, oozing French charm with a varied ski area. The French town of Chamonix is another great choice for a short break with an excellent range of accommodation options and some lively après.   Villars in Switzerland also ticks all the boxes with a short transfer by rail or road from Geneva Airport.


Best for Jaw-Dropping Scenery: The Dolomites

DolomitesThe Dolomites lead the way when it comes to outstanding scenery. The Italian resorts of San Cassiano, Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo all offer fantastic views of the unique peaks of the Dolomites coupled with outstanding cuisine and hospitality. For views of the iconic Matterhorn, head to Zermatt, where you’ll find a charming village, an extensive ski area and lively après ski.


Best for Chocolate Box Charm: Gstaad

GstaadCobbled streets and chalets dominate in Gstaad, Switzerland, a picture postcard village, perfect for skiers and non-skiers alike with an excellent choice of luxury 5-star hotels.  Megève in France is a pretty village with high-end accommodation and a beautiful central square, where you’ll find an iconic Christmas tree no matter when you visit in winter. Lech in Austria is a quaint village with access to Austria’s largest linked ski area.


Best for Skiers Looking for a Challenge: Verbier

VerbierAdvanced skiers will love the challenging terrain in Switzerland’s Verbier, which also provides the opportunity for some celeb-spotting.  St Anton is a mecca for adrenaline junkies thanks to its notoriously difficult terrain and offers some serious après opportunities for those who still have the energy!

 

Whatever you are looking for, our team of Ski Specialists will be happy to advise on the best ski destination for you. Submit an enquiry online or call us on 0131 243 8097 for further advice or a quote.