Turini Camp d'Argent Vallée Azuréenne en hiver dans les Alpes

The valleys of the Cote d’Azur

Between the Côte d’Azur and the high mountains of the Mercantour, this medium-scale mountain region has some of the richest biodiversity in France. Made up of gorges, forests, and agricultural valleys, the blend of Mediterranean and Alpine influences make this preserved area truly exceptional.

Village Resorts

La Colmiane

Located between 1,400m and the 1,800 metre-high-summit of Le Pic de la Colmiane, the La Colmiane ski area offers 30 kilometres of ski slopes. Served by 6 ski-lifts including 1 chairlift, 20 ski trails snake down, ranging from steep slopes, gentler passages, and flat areas that are ideal for learning to ski. Speaking of which, there are ski lessons for all levels: individual, groups, freestyle, and Handiski.

In summer, La Colmiane transforms into a multi-activity resort with a giant zip-wire, summer toboggan run, treetop trail, mountain biking, and a via ferrata..

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Saint-Martin-Vésubie – Le Boréon

Near the village of Saint-Martin-Vésubie, Le Boréon is one of the biggest Nordic ski centres in the Alpes d’Azur. You can also explore these magnificent landscapes of the Massif du Mercantour by ski touring or snowshoeing. Known for its icefall and snowshoe hikes, Le Boréon is also a playground for cross-country skiers and biathletes.

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Turini – Camp d’Argent

One hour from Nice, families love Camp d’Argent, a ski area suitable for beginners. Located at 1,700 to 1,900m at the edge of the Parc National du Mercantour, Camp d’Argent is also ideal for learning to ski and sledding. Come and experience unforgettable moments, far from the crowds, and the most stunning view of the Mediterranean!

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At 1,500m, the due South and the great North meet at Saint-Dalmas-Le-Selvage. Whether you’re enjoying a local speciality in the village or one of the many fine Nordic ski escapades, you will feel the wealth and generosity of a place perched between two lands.

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Roubion Les Buisses

A commune of the Parc National du Mercantour, located on the Route des Grandes Alpes, Roubion les Buisses (1,400-1,910m) has a ski area with 30 km of slopes. The resort, the youngest of the Alpes-Maritimes, welcomes beginners and experienced skiers. Cross-country skiers, snowshoe aficionados, or mountain bike enthusiasts, you will all be able to soak up the unforgettable panoramic views.

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Andon et Caille

Located in the Massif de l’Audibergue, with a 1,650-metre-high peak, the resort is less than an hour by car from Grasse and Draguignan. The trails at this family resort in the Alpes Maritimes have a gentle incline, ideal for learning to ski. From the summit, you can admire a unique 360° view which will reveal the Côte d’Azur, the Var, the Esterel, Italy, the Chain of the Alps and, in fine weather, Corsica!

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Casterino Tende

Located at the edge of La Vallée des Merveilles, Castérino is a real haven of peace where you can recharge your batteries far from the city’s bustle. Whether you like snowshoe hikes, cross-country skiing, or dog sledding, head off to explore the pleasures of this preserved nature. In the commune of Tende in the Haute Roya, the Castérino Nordic Centre, has been a little white paradise since 1989.

Snow and sun, at the entrance to La Vallée des Merveilles in the Parc National du Mercantour, the setting is exceptional. Perched at 1550m at the furthest reaches of France, the hamlet is surrounded by famous summits such as Mont Bégo, Mont Agnelino, Le Chajol, and the Monts Ste Marie. There are no shops or buildings, just four accommodation establishments and a wide mountain plateau. The centre is a place of friendliness and relaxation, far from the busyness of the big Alpine ski resorts. A family resort, Castérino Tende is accessible and open to everyone.

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