Saint Martin de Belleville is a charming attractive quiet base for a Three Valleys ski holiday.
The Saint Martin village sits at 1450 metres and is made up of old farmhouses, timber chalets and stone churches that draw you into historic France.
Skiers enjoy a relaxing pace to their holiday here with all the necessary amenities hiding in the village. Ski shops keep your gear up to scratch along with high-quality ski rental. A supermarket is filled with plenty of tasty pocket snacks. Plus international ski schools are on hand to boost your technique.
Quiet slopeside restaurants bask in the sun for long lunches. You’ll hear evening whispers of farmhouse restaurants serving homegrown produce or even Michelin star dining.
Free ski buses connect you the higher up Les Menuires and Val Thorens, handy for non-skiers who want to explore the local area.
The Ski Area
Saint Martin de Belleville is tucked away lower down the Val Thorens valley but don’t let that fool you.
The local ski area boasts unique features attracting skiers and snowboarders from across The Three Valleys.
Saint Martin’s homeward bound run, Jerusalem, is famous for its rollers and undulating terrain. Many list it as the best piste in The Three Valleys. It’s not to be missed!
Freely explore the Liberty Ride zone too, which is a designated off-piste area for all abilities. First-time pow riders to seasoned shredders head straight here when the snow starts to fall.
A button lift helps you get around the sprawling village while a high-speed 8 man chairlift serves you into the heart of the 600km ski area - including Les Menuires, Meribel, Val Thorens and much more.
Explore the endless ski area via a network of blue and red runs. Take a day to peep a look at glamourous Courchevel, jump head-first into energetic Meribel, or find a quiet spot on the La Masse slopes.
Saint Martin de Belleville is a tranquil historic ski village with access to world-class unique skiing.