In Le Grand-Bornand, the winter started with a blast and wax under the skis, by welcoming all the champions of biathlon. In this family resort in the heart of the Aravis massif, the World Cup has effectively set the tone for a lively season!
And at the beginning of this year, there will be something for everyone:
- the curious, with boats on the snow - who said that mountain people didn't have sea legs? - and, as a sneak peak, a Snow Dragon Boat* competition, these long boats decorated with dragon heads and driven by a dozen paddlers to the rhythm of a drum;
- the experienced, with the 34th "Bornandine", a popular and friendly cross-country ski race at night, with headlamps, alone or in pairs, for adults, teenagers and children (born between 2009 and 2012);
- the more contemplative, with the Aravis creators' market, a beautiful showcase of local artists and craftsmen, their traditional gestures and sometimes ancestral know-how.
No matter how thick the snow cover, there is always something to do in Grand-Bo, a village on a human scale, traditional and welcoming, with its Reblochon producers, its little chapels and its hundred-year-old farms.
*Subject to snow and weather conditions being favourable.
Seamlessly blended into this heritage and architectural identity, the "Chalets de Joy" residence, a new prestige development by MGM Constructeur, has just opened.
Just a stone's throw from the Joyère and Rosay cable cars, and just as close to the shops and restaurants in the centre of the resort, its fully furnished flats offer spacious interiors and a relaxing atmosphere. Their large balconies ensure that you don't miss a moment of the outside world, while a concierge service, a lounge bar and a living room with fireplace make you want to enjoy the inside. And to prolong this impression of comfort, the "Spa Montagnes du Monde®" centre, with its wellness area and its spa centre, is an invitation to serenity and relaxation.
You will love your holiday at Les Chalets de Joy, a little, a lot, or even more!