This group of hamlets and streets is a beautiful part of Val d'Isere. Located through the tunnel from the centre of the village, and situated either side of the river you will find beautiful chalets, hotels and apartments lining the streets and nestled into the mountains with excellent views of the Val d’Isere valley.
These hamlets of Val d'Isere are a popular place to stay due to the fantastic mountainside location, peaceful environment and beautiful views. Only a stone’s throw from the centre of town via a 5-minute bus journey or a 15-minute stroll across the piste, and you can be in the heart of the village with an array of restaurants, shops and bars to keep you busy and entertained.
In the winter many of the properties have ski-in, ski-out accommodation giving you access to the different skiing areas and slopes within minutes, choose from the Bellevarde or Solaise side of the mountains to start your day. With the Rond Point just a short walk or bus journey you can also hop on a bus that will take you to the La Daille or Le Fornet ski areas.
Chic secluded chalets and apartments with wonderful views make up the majority of accommodation in Le Joseray, Le Chatelard and La Leggettaz. There are also a few larger hotels tucked away, offering an excellent mountainside location. These little hamlets are more residential and quiet meaning there is a limited number of restaurants and bars, however, there are a few small bistros and restaurants dotted around, most of them are located just after the tunnel at the Rond Point. If they don’t tickle your fancy you can pop into town and choose from any number of the lovely central restaurants or bars.
The summer in Val d’Isere brings green lush mountains and beautiful scenery. It is normally much quieter in the summertime but with the beautiful mountains, spectacular views and great location of these hamlets you can enjoy many of the summer activities Val d’Isere has to offer. Mountain biking is one of the most popular activities in the summer and with the easy lift access and connecting lifts from Val d’Isere to Tignes you can enjoy many of the routes and trails on offer. If mountain biking is not for you then these hamlets, with their mountainside location, give great access to some of the best hiking and walking routes in Val d’Isere.
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