High Altitude Skiing, Ski-in/Ski-out Lodging Karen Moodie, Ski Specialist

"La Plagne is a firm favourite for family ski holidays and it's easy to see why. Great self-catered, slopeside accommodation, wide open pistes and several fantastic ski schools. The link to Les Arcs and Paradiski means that the ski area is even bigger - you'll never be bored!"

Après Ski in La Plagne

Scotty’s Bar provides a ski-in experience at the base of the Stade Olympic run in Plagne Centre. Regular music, dancing and multiple happy hours keep this place popular throughout the afternoon. This is also a great place to grab a quick snack at any time of day, with burgers and sharing platters coming highly recommended. You'll also find live music straight off the mountain at the Camp de Base Café at the bottom of the Montchavin bubble. La Tourmente in Montalbert is an unusually quaint après-ski spot. Relax on the terrace and soak up some sun while enjoying a well-earned drink. 

Further from the slopes, Spitting Feathers Bar in Plagne Bellecôte is a favourite for many and it’s not difficult to see why. Styled on a typical English pub, it is open every day from 4 pm and shows sports on its screens. 

The most popular place in Plagne Soleil is Monica’s Bar, which is busy any time of day thanks to its sun terrace and wide choice of beers.

In Place de la Cheminée (Plagne Centre) you will find Le Luna Bar. You can always rely on Le Luna to provide a unique experience. This place boasts more of a laid back atmosphere with an enormous drinks menu and even some good whiskies!

Chauffe Marcel, on the slopes of Plagne 1800, has a terrace with views of Mont Blanc and offers an open air club ambience for all from 3pm. In a similar vein, Le Bonnet in Plagne Bellecôte offers a apres-ski party experience.