C&D Ski L'Espace Killy

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Tignes Val Claret by Monica Dalmasso

All our flats now have WiFi available for the Internet which also includes access to the four UK iPlayers.

Hello & Welcome  to the new and improved website for C&D Ski. (Click on any photo to enlarge the image.)
  • We are a small but professional company offering beautiful self catering apartments in Val d’Isère and Tignes, two of the best ski resorts in the Alps sharing one vast skiing area.
  • We have been letting our apartments here for 20 years and love every minute of it. This means we can offer expert advice on the resorts and how to get there - try the Travel button.
  • The apartments sleep between 4 and 7 people and are situated in the best locations, close to the ski lifts, hire shops for skis and snowboards, bars and restaurants.
  • Skiing can be expensive. We have negotiated a 40% discount for our clients in Tignes with Intersport on all equipment rentals.

Val d'Isere & Tignes

Based at 1800m (Val d'Isere), and 2200m (Tignes Val Claret), there is a long season at both resorts helped by numerous snow guns on the runs to the resort. At Tignes there is skiing almost all year round, and there is a very wide range of summer activities in and around both resorts making this an ideal place to go for a holiday at any time of year.

The Apartments
These apartments are privately owned by one family and rented when not used by us. The location of each was carefully selected to provide easy access to both skiing and other facilities. They are all checked out by us at least once each year and are also cleaned between each visit. Local help is available in the event of any problem arising.
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Val d'Isere - "La Face"
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The Espace Killy, which is the skiing area encompassing Val d'Isere and Tignes, has a multitude of pistes ranging from easy green runs to challenging blacks (The combined area has 144 lifts, 450km of runs, and 300 snow cannons). However, when the weather gets inclement there are restaurants and bars dotted around the Espace Killy and down in the villages as well which serve a wide variety of food and drinks.

Both Val and Tignes offer Fidelity schemes which allow a discount on presentation of your previous season's ski pass.


Party Time!
Both Val d'Isere and Tignes stage spectacular events throughout the year with particular highlights at Christmas and New Year. There are major FIS races at both resorts which create a special atmosphere with the racers in action during training and in the evenings before the race when the race number bibs are drawn in front of the TV cameras.

Live In Tignes hiver 2014

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New Year 2013


Both Val d'Isere and Tignes offer a very wide range of non-skiing activities, many of them year-round. We have provided links to both websites from the Activities button on the bar at the top of this page.

Summer - Free Mountain Activities

Both Tignes and Val d'Isere have "Taster Packs" of free activities.  For more details, please click on Sportignes Card for Tignes and Summer Gift Pass for Val d'Isere.  For the more adventurous, there is a Via Ferrata route starting just behind the Val d'Isere apartment (for information about Via Ferrata click here and for local routes here).  Please ask for the cards when making your booking.

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Pitch and Putt 2nd Hole
In the summer you can drive over the Col de l'Iseran and down into Bonneval sur Arc, which retains the all ambience of a traditional mountain village untouched by modernity. Val d’Isere and Tignes are on the edge of the Vanoise National Park and only 40 miles from the Little St Bernard pass into Italy which makes a great day out.
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Canoeing on the Isere River

No humans were harmed during the
taking of this photo
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And don't forget that Tignes is the summer ski capital of the world! The apartments in Tignes are all at Val Claret which offers skiing all year round (except mid-May to mid-June and the last three weeks of September) on the Grande Motte glacier. Quite a few of our regulars use October and November as a very low-cost pre-season appetiser.