Thinking of skiing in Isola 2000? This purpose-built resort has a touch of the Riviera. In fact it's the most southerly major resort and just 1.5 hour's drive from the Mediterranean!
Why Isola 2000 Ski Resort?
- Just 90 minutes from Nice
- Guaranteed snow - with slopes up to 2610m
- Plenty of sunshine
Purpose-built in the Southern Alps by a British property company in the late 1960s, and only opened in 1972, this car-free ski area is predominantly modern with some controversial style architecture.
If you’re looking for a touch of the Riviera in the Alps, Isola 2000 - the most southerly major resort in the French Alps and just an hour and a half’s drive from the beaches of the Mediterranean – has that magic combination: guaranteed snow (because of its altitude – the slopes reach 2610m) and sunshine that’s pretty much guaranteed!
Just 90 minutes from Nice – a spectacular drive through the Gorges de la Mescla and the ravines of the Tinée Valley - the resort is some 10 miles from the village of Isola (from which it takes its name) with its 12th-century Roman bell-tower and Baroque parish church. Since it's opening in 1972, the ski resort of Isola 2000 has now spread out - in complete contrast - with new hamlets of more luxurious, wood-clad buildings.
There’s a bus service from both the railway station and airport at Nice, so you could even throw in a stroll along the beach or go sailing in the Med if you fancy a day off from the mountain.
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Isola 2000 ski facts:
- No. of slopes: 42
- Green slopes: 7
- Blue slopes: 21
- Red slopes: 12
Les Terrasses d'Isola
For second week deduct £220 and then take an extra 10% off second-week price.,
Please note these offers are not bookable online. Please call 023 9289 0960 to book