La Tania resort guide
One of the secrets of The 3 Valleys ski area, La Tania is a real gem. Nestled in the tree line at 1350 metres right at the end of some fantastic runs.
The resort is the newest in The 3 Valleys and is still growing. Originally built in 1990 by the architect Jacques Labro. Labro used natural materials to blend the village into the mountain side.
In 1992 the Albertville Winter Olympics kicked off and La Tania played its part by housing the ice hockey teams participating in the event.
The village enjoys a relaxed feel and has some very pleasant bars to enjoy after the days skiing.
Many English companies have chosen La Tania as a place to offer holidays and it certainly is a good choice. La Tania has a good snow record and the slopes that are situated directly above the resort are mostly north facing. Meaning the snow conditions are better for longer.
Being part of The 3 Valleys, La Tania can boast access to 600km of pistes and unlimited off-piste possibilities.
There are three pistes that wind their way down the north east facing slopes to the village. A red, blue and a green. The green and the blue benefit from snow canons and there is a free drag lift that runs for most of the season.
The village centre is traffic free and there are four ski hire shops as well as a supermarket, bakery and post office.
What we like about La Tania
- Lovely tree lined runs into the village
- Traffic free resort
- Live bands at the local pubs
- Family friendly resort
- Great catered chalet options
- Access to 600km of piste
La Tania airport transfers
To book an airport transfer to La Tania simply use the quick quote form on the right of the page, get your instant quote and complete the transfer request form.
Once our office receives your request they will swiftly reply and send you an over view of the travel plans and a request for payment.
Our driver will meet you at the airport and take you directly to your accommodation in La Tania.
We use comfortable Volkswagen minibuses, our drivers are uniformed and fully trained. We operate a fully licensed transport business and you deal directly with our office based in the heart of the Alps. For more information about the route and times go to our transfer routes page.