Please note that there might be a lack of equipment in the stores during the season. We recommend you book in advance.
La Tania is nestled in between the two major resorts of Courchevel and Méribel in the Northern Alps and was originally built in 1992 for the Olympic Games, as a satellite resort for Courchevel. La Tania has become one of the best value resorts for all the family both in winter and in summer. The architecture in the resort consists mainly of traditional style chalets with a few apartment blocks built to blend in with the forest backdrop. La Tania is ideal for families; the pedestrianised centre of the resort has a strong sense of community and offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Activities include hiking, cycling, roller-blading and swimming; with pony rides and a children’s’ club for younger members of the family. La Tania offers a lot of water-based activities such as rafting, hydrospeed and canyoning for those more adventurous holidaymakers. The beautiful landscape is ideal for rambling and hiking. For those who wish to travel around, you can visit the resorts of Courchevel, Méribel and Val Thorens which all make up the 3 Valleys ski area, or the towns of Moûtiers and Albertville. There is also access to the National Parks of la Vanoise and les Ecrins, havens for wildlife and mountain animals. In terms of travel, there are many airports offering flights to the area. Flights from London to the altiports at Courchevel and Méribel are the quickest means of access, but they are only operate at weekends. Otherwise, domestic flights to Chambéry-Aix leave you with only 2 hours transfer time to the resort, whilst flights to Geneva, St Etienne and Lyon mean you have at least 3 ½ hours transfer to the resort. By rail, a TGV from Paris to Moûtiers takes about 3 hours and a regular shuttle bus will take you to the resort. By car, you need the A43 motorway until you get to Albertville then take the RN90 to Moûtiers.