Tignes ski resort is located in the Tarentaise region, within the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, specifically in Savoie Mont Blanc, Savoie, near Albertville, France. This remarkable winter destination offers a vast expanse of 300 kilometers of ski slopes combined with it's interlinked resort "Val d'Isere" , along with an additional 20 kilometers of designated ski routes for enthusiasts to explore. With a total of 79 efficient ski lifts catering to guests, the winter sports area spans altitudes ranging from 1,550 meters to an impressive 3,456 meters. Snow enthusiasts will discover an array of thrilling options awaiting them in Tignes, creating the perfect mountain holiday. Whether your passion lies in downhill skiing, snowboarding, freestyling, or even hiking, Tignes offers an abundance of activities, boasting one of the most expansive ski domains in the entire Alps. With an impressive 186 miles of slopes, it's a paradise for snow sports aficionados.

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Where is Tignes located?

Tignes is situated in the Tarentaise valley of the Rhône-Alpes region in southeastern France. It is approximately 12 kilometers by road from Val d’Isere.

Tignes can be reached by train, bus, or car. The closest major airports are Lyon Saint Exupery (LYS) and Geneva (GVA). Regular TGV, regional, and Eurostar trains connect to nearby train stations, such as Bourg-St-Maurice. From there, buses or taxis can take you to Tignes. Click here to find out more

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