Perched on the heights of the Tarantaise valley in the 3 Valleys area, the resort reveals itself gradually as you make your way along a winding road. It is comprised of 6 villages, each with its own distinctive architecture and feel.
First up is Saint-Bon, the cradle. It has a baroque church and narrow streets typical of Savoie. Next you will come to Le Praz, where the Olympic ski jumps stand as proof that this is still a heartland for the sport. From there you will next reach La Tania, which is secreted amid a forest, before arriving at Courchevel Village, which delights with its family-friendly atmosphere and facilities. The same goes for Courchevel Moriond, whose location ensures optimal sunshine. Then comes the jewel in the crown:Courchevel 1850.
A place that can inspire a variety of good moods, the resort has a long and proud history of showcasing mountain tourism and welcoming people who ski for thrills. Courchevel was created in 1946 as one of France's first ski resorts and has been a pioneer in welcoming travelers and encouraging winter sports.