High Altitude Skiing Ross Geddes, Ski Specialist

"Tignes is an all round great resort. A wide choice of accommodation, superb skiing for all abilities and easy access to the slopes - it’s easy to see why clients return here year after year. Its high altitude means you can always find good snow, even early or late in the season."

Dining in Tignes

You'll find a wide selection of restaurants across the various resorts in Tignes. 

In the Val Claret area, La Pignatta serves great pizzas as well as a range of meat, pasta and Savoyard dishes. Using fresh ingredients, Couloir fuses local specialities with more adventurous flavours and has a good wine list to boot. The Michelin-starred restaurant Ursus at the Hotel Les Suites - Maison Bouvier offers a gastronomic dining experience in a contemporary setting.

In Tignes Le Lac L'Eterlou comes highly recommended by Ski Independence staff - the tartiflette is first-class and the restaurant has a very cosy mountain feel. Booking is essential and we suggest you request a table upstairs for the best atmosphere. Bagus Café has a varied menus offering burgers, pizzas and pasta. A la Creperie Bretonne serves delicious crêpes and cider and is a favourite with Ski Independence staff when visiting Tignes.