Lanslevillard-Val-Cenis, at an altitude of 1500 meters, is located in the Haute-Maurienne region of the French Alps in the department of Savoie. Near the Italian border, this mountain village was united with the nearby mountain village of Lanslebourg in 1967 to create the Val Cenis resort, which offers some of the finest and most extensive alpine skiing and snowboarding opportunities in the region, with lifts traveling up the mountain to a height of 2800 meters. It also possesses a rich cultural and natural history, and is a favorite family summer destination for hiking, mountain biking, climbing, and canoeing.
A very popular attraction, summer or winter, is the Col de l'Iseran, the highest paved mountain pass (48 kilometers long) in Savoie, used seven times since 1938 in the Tour de France. In the villages, you will enjoy the après ski ambiance with excellent regional cuisine, vibrant night life, and attractions such as the Espace Baroque with its exhibitions on the culture and art of the area, and the Chemins de l’Histoire self-guided tour spanning twelve historic sites and 5,000 years of history. Once you settle into the budget hotel accommodations you book through EasyToBook.com, you will enjoy touring the quaint and historic village of Lanslevillard as much as you will participating in the magnificent outdoor activities Val Cenis has to offer.