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Popular amenities for Tignes holiday rentals

Stay near Tignes's top sights

Tignes Ski Resort8 locals recommend
Col de l'Iseran19 locals recommend
La Folie Douce Val d'Isère18 locals recommend
Le Lagon Tignes28 locals recommend
Le Panoramic16 locals recommend
Tignespace17 locals recommend

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Tignes

  • Total rentals

    2.7K properties

  • Total number of reviews

    40K reviews

  • Family-friendly rentals

    1.2K properties are a good fit for families

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    660 properties allow pets

  • Rentals with a pool

    200 properties have a pool

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    300 properties have a dedicated workspace

Your guide to Tignes

Welcome to Tignes

Surrounded by the Savoie Alps, Tignes is set in a natural bowl in the mountains, with year-round snow, a stunning glacial lake, 186 miles of ski runs (which link with neighboring Val d’Isère) and sweeping views all the way to Mont Blanc. The building of France’s highest hydroelectric dam in 1952, the region’s most dramatic manmade landmark, submerged the original town under Lake Chervil. In its place, five villages were built to meet a wide range of needs and budgets, which are a model for accessibility and adaptive winter sports (the 1992 Winter Paralympics were held here). With Tignes Le Lac, with its sociable vibe and popular après-ski scene; glacier skiing at Val Claret; and the family-friendly Tignes 1800, there’s something to suit everyone. Freestyling is a particularly popular winter sport here, as is ski touring; there’s also a sledging course, snow tubing, ice climbing, paragliding, and, in the summer, a whole host of watersports on Lake Tignes.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Tignes

The ski lifts operate year round, and there’s summer skiing on the Grand Motte glacier, but the main season lasts from November to the end of April. In March, the resort regularly hosts one of Europe’s biggest winter sports competitions, where the greatest freestyle skiers in the world compete, while summer brings trail running events such as the High Trail Vanoise in July and the Tignes Trail in August. A festival atmosphere prevails year round; in March, the LGBTQ community celebrates European Snow Pride, and in April, the Live in Tignes music festival marks the start of the summer season. Les Brévières holds a popular Bastille Day festival in July, while the Fêtte du Lac in August culminates with fabulous fireworks over Lake Tignes.


Top things to do in Tignes

Lake Tignes

In summer, the lake’s teal-blue waters stand out against the rich green of Vanoise National Park, and it even has its own beach. In winter the lake disappears beneath the snow and freezes so thickly you can walk and skate across it. That doesn’t stop some adventurers choosing to plunge into its cold waters — ice jumping is a sport here.

Les Brévières

At an elevation of 1,500 metres, Les Brévières is the lowest of the five villages, but it’s also the oldest and prettiest. As well as strolling its picturesque streets dating back to the 13th century, you can marvel at the Tignes dam and try to make out the fading remains of the Giant of Tignes on its wall — a massive painting of Hercules created in 1989.

Grand Motte Glacier

You don’t want to miss the spectacular journey to the very top of the Tignes resort, home to the world’s first high-altitude cable-car roof terrace. A quick ride on the funicular connects you to the cable car, which climbs 500 vertical miles and deposits you at 3,456 metres, where you’re surrounded by the peaks of Grand Motte, Grand Casse, Grande Sassière, and Mont Blanc.

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