Situated in the heart of the Haute-Maurienne, this attractive winter sports resort stretches from the Vanoise National Park to the col du Mont-Cenis. Here, unique Alpine flora and fauna abound and are fiercely protected.
In the past, Hannibal is said to have crossed the Alps by going over the col du Mont-Cenis. From the 12th century, the latter became a major route to Piedmont. Later, Napoleon opened the route linking Val Cenis Lanslebourg and Susa, in Italy.

A convivial and family friendly ski resort.

In winter, excitement just above the snow!

The magnificent Val Cenis ski area reaches up to an altitude of 2 800 metres. Its 125 km of pistes slalom through a dazzlingly beautiful backdrop and enjoy an exceptional level of snow coverage. Its authentic natural surroundings make Val Cenis the perfect place for you to purchase your mountain apartment.
If you fancy some new thrills, try driving a dog team just like a real musher!
The pleasures of après-ski are to be tried at your leisure: skating, bowling, cinemas, fitness centre etc

In summer, there are plenty of activities…

Artistic, cultural, touristic and sporting activities … a multitude of choices for you.
On foot or by bicycle, you can set out to climb Mont Cenis. At the top, you will be able to admire the superb emerald coloured lake

Property development in Val Cenis

Leaseback

Les Chalets de Flambeau

Val Cenis (73)

MGM is making history in the Haute Maurienne Vanoise with its new-build development Les Chalets de Flambeau in Val Cenis, a 4-star leaseback résidence.

Your apartment from 287 500 € HT

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