La Norma is a ski resort in the French Savoie at the heart of which is a car-free village by the same name. A chalet in La Norma is perfect for families as children can play safely outside. La Norma always gets snow in winter and is perfect for a great winter ski holiday. La Norma's centre is vibrant and lively and features excellent restaurants, fine boutiques and local shops. You can also just go for a walk-about, making your holiday in La Norma the perfect combination of quiet comfort and skiing excitement.
Whether you choose an apartment, chalet or holiday home, you're never far from the slopes. La Norma offers a number of slopes of varying difficulty. Both beginners and experienced skiers will find just what they're looking for. The ski area reaches a height of 1,350 to 2,750 metres and is situated along the flanks of the 'La Norma' mountain. In total, there are no fewer than eighteen ski lifts that take you to 65 kilometres of slopes. La Norma's versatility is far from the ski resort's only attraction. When you choose La Norma to go skiing, you'll quickly discover how fast the lifts are so you'll enjoy the slopes to the fullest.
Nature lovers can indulge themselves in La Norma. La Norma's higher regions boast wide open spaces and beautiful views. The whole area stretches out before your eyes, making you want to take beautiful pictures and go on long walks. The lower regions are rich with forests. These exude a mysterious atmosphere and are ideal for hiking or sports outings in winter and summer alike. This makes holiday apartments in La Norma popular with adventurous tourists all year round.
A ski holiday in La Norma need not be confined to the charms of the slopes and the après-ski. There is all manner of other snow fun to be had, and you'll find it all in La Norma. How about an afternoon of sledding with the kids? Sliding down that perfect slope in your toboggan, you'll feel like you're king of the mountain. And cross-country skiing or snowshoeing is also highly recommended. They're excellent ways of discovering La Norma from a different perspective. Absolute musts!