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    TO SEE AND DO AROUND BOZEL IN THE HEART OF THE TARENTAISE

    The Beaufortain mountains to the north of the Bozel Chalets, and the Tarentaise abound with picturesque villages set in the heart of snowy landscapes. Discover the pretty village of Bozel with its lovely bell tower and visit Bozel valley’s many traditional hamlets: Lachenal, Les Mollinets, Tincave, Villermartin…

    A free shuttle bus

    links Les Chalets de Bozel to Le Praz / Courchevel (ski lifts departure), passing through the village center of Bozel. With more than 10 passages a day, it is very easy to enjoy the slopes in Courchevel, shops and activities of Bozel, without worrying about your car and parking!

    There is life after skiing!

    In the winter, the day doesn’t come to an end when you take off your skis! Treat yourself to a relaxing break at Aquamotion in Courchevel Village, with its wellness pool heated to 32°, its salt-water cave, sauna, jacuzzi, steam room, hydromassage jets, and body and facial treatments. Everything you could need for a well-deserved wellness break.

    Flavours of the Savoie

    Tantalize your taste buds with Abundance, Beaufort, Raclette, Tomme, and Reblochon cheeses. Local alpine cuisine is an institution! Vary the pleasures during your stay in the mountains thanks to the many nearby shops selling local produce.

    Discover the dairy cooperative and the cheese refining cellars in Moutiers, where you can go on a tour to learn all about the product referred to by the locals as the “gold of the mountain pastures”. On site you can buy cheeses and local products and visit the Museum of Popular Traditions.

    Vanoise National Park

    Bozel is located on the edge of ​​the Park, and is an ideal base camp for exploring the region in both winter and summer. Don’t hesitate to ask for more information at the Bozel Vanoise National Park office. It is the oldest national park in France and offers a majestic setting, between the Maurienne and the Tarentaise, ensuring that the fauna and flora are carefully preserved.