Courchevel is a part of The Three Valleys, the largest interlinked ski domain in the French Alps. Courchevel is divided into four villages – 1850, 1650, 1550, and 1300. Those seeking out a peaceful retreat for their holiday should consider Courchevel 1550, the quietest of the villages. Visitors can easily get to the other Courchevel villages by ski lifts for more entertainment options; however, 1550 does have an excellent selection restaurants and ski runs of its own.
A peaceful environment
Being a family destination
There are many blue runs ideal for beginners in 1550.
In the greater area of Courchevel there are 117 total runs with green, blue, red and black runs for every experience level.
In 1550 there are 2 ski lifts available to 1850.
Fly your own aircraft with an experienced instructor at Aerosavoie.
Take a hot air balloon ride or paraglide at Skivol.
Plan a day trip using the free bus system between all four Courchevel villages and include stops at restaurants, après ski, and shops.
Go for a swim at the 6-pool swimming complex.
Enjoy seasonal outdoor activities including skiing, hiking, walking, canyoning, kayaking and golfing.
L’Oeil de Boeuf Restaurant – the unique setting of this restaurant in a 200 year old building is one of the top reasons to dine here. They serve traditional mountain food with a concentration on meat dishes. We suggest trying their barbecue. Seating is limited, so reservations are recommended.
Le Table des Flocon – this restaurant serves delicious French food and is in the perfect location for a meal prior to ski or après ski. It is located right next to the Tovel ski lift.
La Cortona – the whole family will enjoy this restaurant that serves delicious pizza.