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Price and Availability Index for La Plagne
Holiday Letting Price Information in La Plagne
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in La Plagne. The most expensive prices are in December (21/12 - 28/12). Prices reach an average of £104 per night. Prices decrease during one week of August (24/08 - 31/08), when average prices are £56.
Holiday Home Availability Information in La Plagne
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in La Plagne. The week with the least available rentals is in November (23/11 - 30/11), with only 11% of the rentals available. Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in La Plagne in March (30/03 - 06/04).
Ski or bobsleigh down perfect peaks by your La Plagne holiday letting
La Plagne accommodations are all about bobsleighing down the mountains at over 100 kilometres an hour, leisurely skiing sessions, and indulging in your favourite Savoyard cheeses after long days on the crisp white slopes.
You can learn all about the production of local Montalbert cheese every Tuesday at Le Forperet restaurant in Plagne Montalbert, where Chef Roland Loyet discusses the subtleties of French fromage. You'll watch demonstrations of the production processes for Savoyard, Tomme, and other cheeses. Afterwards, why not tuck into a traditional fondue?
Alternatively, dine with the locals at Le Refuge. It's the oldest restaurant in the region and specialises in grilled meats.
Naturally, you and your family will want to get out on the crisp snowy slopes for which La Plagne is famous. Many of the slopes here, which run between La Plagne's 11 villages, are ideal for beginners. Although the majority of the slopes are suited to intermediate skiers, there are 37 black runs.
After spending some time gliding about, you and your family might well be in the mood for some zip lining. Eight zip wires, from 50 to 300 metres long, let you zoom between the villages of Belle Plagne and Plagne-Bellecote. A base-jumping area, spider nets, and wooden bridges complete the experience.
Why not have a go on the Superluge sledge ride? After the ski slopes close, you can zoom from La Plagne to La Roche, where you'll be welcomed with hot chocolate and mulled wine. Or how about bobsleighing down the mountain at speeds of 130 kilometres an hour?
Trade your skis for a fat bike, and cycle the slopes by the village of Montchavin. Ascend in the gondola to Plan Bois before racing down immaculately tended ski runs. Specially designed tres and disc brakes give you ultimate control as you descend.
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