The hotels of La Clusaz as well as Le Grand Bornand is located just 10 minutes aside from each other amid incredible surroundings in the Aravis hill area, compares to half an hour from the lakeside town of Annecy. Both towns are farming cities that are not entirely depending on seasonal tourism.
The market community of La Clusaz is centered on an early 19th-century church. There are some lively bars as well as dining establishments, as well as a number of nightclubs. Le Grand Bornand is an eye-catching Alpine town. Nevertheless, most of site visitors choose to base themselves in modern Chinaillon, which has a great deal much more accommodation. Up above the resort you’ll notice some beautiful ancient timber cabins populated around the piste.
Lake Annecy and Geneva Are So Close
Bustling Annecy is a 30-minute drive away. If you want to visit there is a Geneva airport to Annecy transfer service. Non-skiers or individuals who do not want to snowboarding every day must definitely make a journey to the stunning lakeside town. The resort has wonderful sights of the lake and you can visit right here for an evening en route to La Clusaz or Le Grand Bornand.
There’s Cheese and More Cheese
Apart from at La Balme, La Clusaz as well as Le Grand Bornand both have a large selection of excellent family-owned restaurants, both on and also off the mountain. This is the house of Reblochon and also you’re never far from a raclette device or a fondue pot. Rates are economical by the requirements of many French hotels.
The Télémark Café on the l’Etale slopes above La Clusaz is a wonderful location to take in the sunlight in clever environments at a portion of the price you would certainly pay in the better-known hotels of the French Alps. At the end of the snowboarding day head for Le Vieux Cabin in the Beauregard location for a vin chaud or warm grog (7EUR each) on the appealing wood terrace. On your way in– and out– keep an eye out for the dining establishment’s dog whose preferred game is to chase after skiers.