La Tania – A Top Spot for a Ski Holiday
La Tania may not be the most familiar of names to those who only ski occasionally. But in fact this resort is one of the best choices you can make for an outstanding skiing holiday staying in a chalet. La Tania provides access to an area known as the Three Valleys. This is the biggest skiing area in the entire world, so it provides something for everyone, whether you are a beginner or an experienced skier.
Why is La Tania a good choice of resort to stay in?
Many people decide to stay in a self catering chalet. La Tania offers plenty of these to choose from and they are ideally suited for anyone wanting to take advantage of the ski runs in the surrounding area. Many of the chalets are in the wooded area not far from the resort itself. This means you can leave your accommodation in the morning and be on the slopes in no time. Even if you decide to visit the slopes in nearby Courchevel, Meribel, Orelle or the other locations within the Three Valleys area, you will still be back at home reasonably quickly at the end of the day.
Is it safe and convenient for children?
Many parents find this is the ideal resort for a family skiing holiday. One of the most appealing features is that no traffic is allowed in the resort. This is nice for everyone and it does mean the children are safer than they would be otherwise. You can also book skiing lessons for your children and book them into the crèche if you want to enjoy some adult time on the slopes. The self catering accommodation is also perfect for families who like the appeal of a chalet. La Tania has a range of these nestling in a gorgeous forest of pine trees.
Is it all about skiing?
No – despite the fact this is the ideal destination for skiers of all abilities, there is far more to do in and around the resort as well. Ten-pin bowling might provide an alternative for some families, and snow-shoe walks are also arranged on a regular basis. You can visit the local tourist office for more information on these events and many more. Dog sledding is another possibility that might appeal to the more adventurous kids of all ages.
What about food and drink?
This is a purpose built resort, originally designed for the Winter Olympics back in 1992. However it now caters for thousands of visitors every year, and it provides many restaurants and bars to frequent during your stay; there is also a supermarket so you can buy food to take back to your chalet. La Tania is well equipped for families, couples and individuals and, since it has good access to a wide range of slopes, it is not surprising that skiers love the area. With thousands of snow cannons in the Three Valleys region and lots of runs of all kinds, you will love your skiing holiday here.