All Ski Destinations

At Get me to the Alps, we are a specialist ski travel provider, sending thousands of customers skiing to the Alps, each and every ski season. As well as boasting a fantastic array of accommodation, across the most popular ski resorts and villages across Europe – we also source and supply everything from ski flights and transfers, to in resort purchases such as ski hire and lift passes.

On this page, we showcase some of the countries in which we operate – operating across numerous countries – ensures we can send our customers to the ski resort which caters for their needs. Those looking for a party ski resort on a budget, can head to Bulgaria, whilst those looking for a great value break can choose Andorra, whilst others looking for excellent value family friendly resorts, can stick to some of the biggest French resorts, such as Val Thorens.

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Andorra

Andorra is a fantastic value country to head to, on your next ski holiday. Almost all of Andorra is geared towards winter tourism, so you can expect high quality resorts, which have benefited from masses of investment. Ski holidays here are much cheaper than at other Alpine resorts, found in the likes of France and Austria, making it perfect for new skiers, as well as those looking for a budget holiday.

The low cost has also ensures that the ski resorts across Andorra benefit from a lively nightlife scene, to be enjoyed as much or as little as you want, or can handle! All of the ski resorts in Andorra are linked, so there’s plenty of off piste and pistes to enjoy.

Bulgaria

A ski holiday in Bulgaria is an excellent option for skiers looking to combine world class skiing, with excellent value. A trip to the ski resorts of Bulgaria comes at a fraction of the cost of a stay at some of the more expensive resorts across the Alps. A recent study showed that a Ski Holiday in Bulgaria for a family, costs a staggering £3,500 less than a ski holiday in France.

Because Bulgaria provides a much cheaper way of skiing, it’s ideal for beginners – and as such, all of the resorts include excellent english speaking ski schools – making it ideal for beginner skiing, and family ski trips alike. Accommodation across Bulgaria is all of a good standard, with the only real sacrifice VS the Alps is a smaller ski area – which will deter beginner and intermediate skiers very little. Infrastructure across the resorts is continually improving with more modern lifts being installed all of the time, there’s also a vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene which again combines excellent value with quality food.

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France

France has long been the country of choice for Britains heading over to the Alps for a skiing break on the slopes. Although historically slightly behind neighbouring countries in the development of it’s wonderful ski resorts – France today boasts some of the finest, and most famous ski resorts in the world. In decades gone by, the development of many French ski resorts was rather industrial, with high rise tower hotels and apartment blocks being favoured over more traditional ski resort architecture, however in recent years – the architecture and design of French Ski Resorts has returned to a traditional, yet functional appearance, with work being done across many of the resorts to make them more aesthetically pleasing.

The Ski Resorts in France vary from some of the most affordable in Europe, right across to some of the most exclusive ski resorts in the world. A good example of an affordable, French Ski Resort is Val Thorens – which has been voted the best ski resort in the world – many many times. At the other end of the scale is Courchevel, an incredibly exclusive resorts featuring traditional buildings, and luxury on every corner. In between, are resorts such as Meribel, chamonix, Avoriaz and Morzine – which all make for fantastic ski resorts to visit.

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