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

Turini Camp d’Argent ski resort

nature and skiing near Nice

The ride to Turini Camp d’Argent takes you along one of the world’s Top 10 most scenic roads, complete with captivating panoramic views over this magnificent village resort in the Alpes-Maritimes. Slip into your skis and scan the horizon: yep, that’s the Mediterranean Sea you can see down there!

Panoramic skiing: winter in Turini Camp d’Argent

Situated an hour from the Mediterranean coast, Turini Camp d’Argent is the nearest ski resort to the Côte d’Azur. A family destination : generations of skiers have tackled their first wobbly descents here. This is an ideal place for beginners to get a taste of snowy delights at their own pace, without having to worrying about being bowled over. Downhill skiing, cross-country, snowshoeing and tobogganing… Whatever your preference, the resort offers a full menu of winter sports. Dear to the hearts of the region’s inhabitants, Turini Camp d’Argent also owes its sterling reputation to its extraordinary, sun-drenched panoramic vistas, spanning a large portion of the Mediterranean coast all the way to Corsica on very clear days. Simply unique! To find out more, check out the trail map and prices, then book your stay online.

Turini Camp d’Argent in summer: mountain rallies and hikes

With its tight bends and dreamy decor combining sea and mountain, Turini Camp d’Argent offers rally drivers a magnificent open-air racecourse (although the speed is limited of course), winding up to the mountain pass at 1,607 metres. The Monte Carlo Rally holds a special race here every year, while two-wheelers can enjoy tackling the steep and tricky curves too. At the pass, you’ll come to Massif de l’Authion: accessible from the valleysof Bévéra, Vésubieand Roya, this is a popular meeting point for hikers, set between the Mediterranean and Mercantour areas. The panoramic vista from the top of the ancient military fort embraces the border between Italy and Mercantour National Parkand plunges down towards the sea. In summer, the Turini Camp d’Argentski slopes are transformed into a genuine playground, complete with bouncy castles, go-karting, scooters and toboggan tubes. Guaranteed fun for everyone!

The outdoor legacy of Turini Camp d’Argent

Stripped of its white cloak, Turini Camp d’Argent remains a destination of choice if you fancy getting out of town for a breath of fresh air. History fans will enjoy heading to the top of Massif de l’Authion and its ruined military fort: one of Vésubie valley’s many military remains, originally used to watch the Italian border. The resort is also the gateway to the aptly-named Vallée des Merveilles (Valley of Marvels), home to many cave paintings dating from the Bronze Age. A tempting blend of history and nature… And how about planning a visit to one of the many local museums during your stay? The Alpes-Maritimes truly has something for every taste.

Prepping your holiday at the Turini Camp d’Argent ski resort

Prep your holiday at Turini Camp d’Argent by contacting the La Bollène Vésubie Tourist Office on +33(0)4 93 03 60 54, or pop in to see them in person. You can also browse the Vésubie website, where you’ll find plenty of info including maps, activities, entertainment, etc.

Shops & Restaurants

The localBistrots de Pays” establishments serve a delicious blend of mountainand Provencal cuisine. Don’t miss the typical Nice specialities too, such as cod brandade and soupe au pistou… Simply irresistible! You’ll also find a variety of shops on site including a supermarket, boulangerie and pharmacy.


Col de Turini offers one hotel open all year round: Les Chamois is a haven of relaxation nestling in the heart of a conifer forest. You can also book a holiday rental, country cottage or B&B.

Météo et enneigement

For guaranteed peace of mind, check out the forecast and snowfall in real time thanks to the online weather reports and webcams: