Situated at an altitude of 1860 metres, Montgenèvre is the oldest winter sports resort in France. From 1907, Montgenèvre was organising the very first international Alpine skiing competition.

An authentic ski resort.

Montgenèvre is located on the Franco-Italian border and exudes the charm of an authentic mountain village. In the midst of exceptional surroundings, Montgenèvre offers a whole palette of sporting and fun activities in winter and summer alike.
Ideally positioned on a col in the heart of the Hautes-Alpes, Montgenèvre benefits from both optimum snow coverage and exceptional sunshine.
In the summer season, the vast snow front metamorphoses into a sumptuous 18 hole golf course. An opportunity to perfect your swing between France and Italy.

You can purchase your apartment in the Hautes-Alpes.

In purchasing your MGM apartment in Montgenèvre, you are acquiring an exceptional asset and will enjoy authentic and convivial natural surroundings.
In Montgenèvre, you can make the most of preserved natural surroundings!

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La Ferme de Suzanne

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Les Chalets de Laÿssia

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Les Granges de l'Epinette

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