Located in one of the Tarentaise’s most beautiful valleys, Méribel will win you over with its charm and energy at all times of the day.

Méribel was created in the early 1950’s, during the post-war boom, in a unique setting that would some years later be part of the world’s largest ski area: The 3 Valleys. A subtle combination of upheld traditions, modernity and a sporting spirit makes each visit here unique.



The Activities

Those looking for the charm of the mountains or simply the ideal resort for a family holiday will find something to make them happy in Méribel! 


Méribel proposes a fun area for children learning to ski. Travel with your kids through unforgettable areas like the Inuit village or the Yeti Park. There is something for all ages and all tastes. Méribel is the ideal place to learn to ski and to enjoy the pleasures of snow and winter.


Skiers and snowboarders, Méribel hasn’t forgotten you! Put on your best looking ski gear and get ready for some thrills. In and around the resort there are 600 km of trails, 2 snowparks including the DC AREA 43, snowmobiling and even the possibility of horseback riding in the snow!



There’s a wide variety of food on offer in Méribel for gourmets! Enjoy a fabulous dinner in Laurent Azoulay’s restaurant “l'Ekrin”, the first Michelin star restaurant in the resort. Laurent and his team cultivate a taste for excellence and serve an inventive, delicate and inspired cuisine. Discover their menu that will delight even the most demanding palates. 


Feel like a party with your friends? Check out the unique ambience at Méribel-Courchevel’s La Folie Douce. Move over traditional cabarets; make room for performance, technology and fantasy in this bar with a breathtaking view over the mountains. Why not have lunch in La Fruitière, their restaurant that serves dishes associating local traditional flavors with world food.

It’s a great place for some wild “après-ski”!


Elegance, modernity and conviviality are the 3 words that best describe this ski resort. Take advantage of this winter to (re)discover Méribel!