The pretty Reberty Village, situated at 2000m, is halfway between Val Thorens and Les Menuires in the Three Valley ski area. The village is a well-designed new development built along traditional lines and to high standards.
Located in the beautiful Vallee de Belleville, just a few kilometres further up the valley from Les Menuires, Reberty affords the wonderful luxury of ski in ski out chalets.
The resort is an attractive and modern village featuring mainly traditional styled luxury ski chalets and a great family atmosphere known for its quietness and convenience. Although small in size, the resort benefits from two ski shops, a ski school, a local convenience store and pizzeria, plus a restaurant called La Ferme offering traditional French cuisine.
The village is very well connected with several buses running every hour down to Les Menuires, where you can take advantage of the indoor sports centre and many bars and restaurants.
Perhaps one of the biggest bonuses of Reberty is that the area offers great value for money, more so than some of the better-known areas in the Three Valleys such as Méribel and Courchevel.
With the Three Valleys literally on your door step and a ski area offering 600km of piste and 200 lifts, you will have more than enough terrain to keep you entertained and at 2,000m it is reliably snow-sure!
The village, situated on a blue run, Boyes, is a small hamlet of traditional-feeling wooden chalets and has direct access to the entire Three Valleys. With multiple options of lifts from the village, (Sunny Express, Bruyeres bubble, La Masse) you can ski directly to Val Thorens, Méribel, St Martin de Belleville and towards Courchevel. Reberty and the surrounding area have some great mountain restaurants, with Le Grand Lac a great spot halfway to St Martin de Belleville. The Alpage and Sonnailles are also amongst guests' favourites.
The major part of the local ski area criss-crosses across a broad west-facing mountainside between Les Menuires and St Martin de Belleville, with links over to the Méribel Valley at four points. Towards the head of the valley, at its southern end, there are links up to Val Thorens, the highest ski resort in Europe, with its 2 glaciers and snow-sure ski slopes. The ski lifts are modern and this efficient network allows you to maximise your day on the slopes.
The Belleville Valley has an abundance on non-skiing activities. If you are coming on a skiing holiday with your family and prefer not to ski, or if you simply are looking for a day off from the slopes then there is something for all.
The Vallée des Encombres is simply stunning and with a good pair of walking boots or shoes you are able to explore the local area by foot. There are guided walks available throughout the winter, or alternatively if you are feeling more adventurous you can take a guided snowshoe tour.