Flims is a traditional resort that feels like a local village with traditional chalets and hotels. The resort has become famous for winter sports, particularly skiing and snowboarding and is now part of the Weisse Arena resort which combines the formerly separate resorts of Flims, Laax and Falera. The resort has over 235km of pistes for all grades of difficulty and, as well as skiing and snowboarding, guests with a passion for sports can also enjoy cross-country skiing, curling, winter hiking and paragliding.
In Plagne Soleil all of the amenities are very close together and include a small supermarket, restaurant, ski hire shop and ski school office making it ideal for families wishing for total convenience.
Facilities for children
The ESF in Plagne Soleil takes children from the age of 3 to 6 years.
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Special offers in this resort
Terms and ConditionsThis offer is only valid on stays of 7 nights or more and is not applicable on the following dates: The weeks commencing 30th December, 10th, 17th & 24th February (all properties). The week commencing 3rd March (L’Orée des Cimes, L’Orée des Neiges, Les Clarines, Le Hameau du Beaufortain, Le Centaure, Les Chalets d’Angèle, Les Chalets de Flambeau, La Ferme du Val Claret, Le Télémark, Les Granges du Soleil, La Grange aux Fées, Les Cimes Blanches, Le Hameau de Pierre Blanche, Le Cristal de l’Alpe, La Reine des Prés, Le Nevada, Les Chalets de Jouvence, Les Chalets de Léana). The week commencing 10th March (Le Nevada, Les Chalets de Jouvence, Les Chalets de Léana)
Plagne Soleil is located just above Plagne Centre and offers great access to the vast ski area. La Plagne has a wide and varied ski area with many kilometres of easy blues combining with the more challenging skiing of the Roche de Mio and the surrounding off piste. The higher villages enjoy the convenience of doorstep skiing and the resort boasts a very extensive lift system giving exceptionally good access to the different areas. The Bellecôte gondola climbs up to Roche de Mio which is the gateway to the highest skiing in the resort, the Bellecôte glacier (3250m).
Resort Altitude: 2050m
Summit Elevation: 3250m
Total Pistes: 235km
Number of Lifts: 29
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