The classic alpine destination; mountaineers and gazers alike flock to Chamonix to experience the highest mountains in Europe and snap a shot of the majestic Mont Blanc.
Châtel is a picturesque resort that has stayed true to its traditional farming heritage and has some superb local cuisine. Chatel is part of the massive Portes du Soleil ski area.
Although 1550 is definitely more timid than it's big brother and sister resorts it's got access to the same gargatuan ski terrain and a much quieter atmosphere.
1650 is a bustling village with a well-stocked pool of restaurants; we think it's a particularly good spot for families looking to enjoy the skiing of Les Trois Vallees.
Michelin starred cuisine, high-fashion and an indulgent air of luxury combined with the access to the largest ski area in the world - sounds pretty good to us.
Only one hour from Geneva, La Clusaz is one of the hidden gems of French skiing with slopes up to 2500m and largely north facing slopes.
La Tania was purpose built for the 1992 Winter Olympics and sits between the large resorts of Méribel and Courchevel with fantastic access to the vast ski slopes of the 3 Valleys.
This traditional Savoyard dairy farming village dates back to the 12th century and is full of charm and character, ideal for family friendly holidays.
Megève is one of the most elegant and sophisticated resorts in the Alps with medieval cobbled streets and some of the finest ski chalets around.
Another one of the resorts making up the colossal Les Trois Vallees lift network, Méribel has a large British following (having been founded by one) and is a great destination for groups.
Morzine forms part of the vast Portes du Soleil ski area which spans twelve towns and villages and over six hundred and fifty kilometres of pisted ski runs.
Located in the Tarentaise valley next to some of Europe’s most prominent resorts (the likes of Val d’Isere) Sainte Foy has a superb setting and uncrowded pistes.
St Gervais is an old fashioned spa town with traditional stone buildings, stunning views and rustic alpine charms.
Laid back charm and intimate surroundings are on the menu in the sixteenth century village of St Martin de Belleville - a great alternative to the big resorts of Les Trois Vallees.
The cobbled streets of Tignes Les Brévières are magnificent and relatively unknown - with access to one of the world's greatest ski areas from a private setting.
Val d'Isere has long been one of the go-to resorts in the Alps - it has one of the best ski areas and is filled with top restaurants, nightlife and shops.