Valberg

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Mountain Village

Set in the heart of the southern Alps at 1,700 metres' altitude, the charming village of Valberg stands at the gateway to Mercantour National Park

This friendly and authentic resort is also within one and a quarter hours of the Mediterranean coast, a beautiful drive through the Gorges of Cians or Daluis.
Valberg first opened its slopes to visitors in 1936, when it boasted the first sledge-lift in the Alpes Maritimes – and will soon celebrate its 80th year! It is the longest-established mountain resort in the region,
popular for its warm, friendly atmosphere and comfortable mix of village houses, traditional farms and modern accommodation set in a breathtaking natural environment – all bathed in the constant sunshine of the nearby Riviera. Valberg's commanding position at the top of a pass gives it fabulous westward views over the Saint Honorat mountain chain and eastwards to Mont Mounier, the meadows of Beuil and the Couillole pass. 


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Valberg, a resort for everyone

Families and friends will love it here – everything you need for an unforgettable holiday experience, with up to 300 days' sunshine a year!

Perfect for a family holiday, with lots of activities for all ages and interests. What's more, the Famille Plus label guarantees an especially warm welcome for families: a childcare centre so you can relax, family-friendly prices, and a wide range of activities
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Perfect for groups of friends, to enjoy sporting pursuits or unwind together in the great outdoors.
Mercantour National Park is a wonderful place for Alpine hiking and nature walks, and the area offers plenty of mountainbiking, cycling and trail running tracks too. Golfers will love the beautiful links of Valberg's Golf Club, and the treetop ropes circuits in Valberg Adventure Park will set your heart racing! For more relaxing pursuits, there's the swimming pool, spa, cinema and multimedia library, as well as lots of concerts and shows. Valberg, the mellow resort in the southern Alps where it couldn't be easier to unwind and enjoy yourself. Stroll round the pedestrianised village centre or use the free shuttle to get around the many shops, bars, hotels and restaurants.