St. Martin de Belleville Ski Resort

At an altitude of 1,450m, St. Martin de Belleville ski resort has lots of charm and is the picture-postcard Savoyard village of the Three Valleys ski area. It’s a quiet and relaxed village-resort, built around a pretty 16th Century church, with many surrounding hamlets close by.

St. Martin de Belleville skiing is suitable for any level of skier. It has great diverse terrain with 600km of slopes to explore in the Three Valleys ski area. From St. Martin de Belleville, skiers can jump on an eight-seater gondola that connects them into the Three Valleys circuit in just a few minutes. In St. Martin de Belleville itself, there are great, long green and blue runs for beginners to progress on. Intermediates will enjoy the many red runs on offer too. The area has a great freeride skiing reputation if you’re a more advanced skier and want some powder skiing.

Call our ski experts today to find out more about skiing in St. Martin de Belleville.

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Best For...

  • Hidden gem
  • Sustainability
  • Three Valleys
  • Traditional Alpine charm

Resort Statistics

  • Resort Altitude 1,450m
  • Skiing Altitude 3,250m
  • Total Ski Area 600km
  • Lifts 183
  • Green Runs 96km
  • Blue Runs 240km
  • Red Runs 204km
  • Black Runs 60km
  • Cross Country 120km

Ski Accommodation in St. Martin de Belleville, France

Our collection of St. Martin de Belleville ski accommodation has been hand-picked by our ski experts. Whether you’re looking for a luxury escape, a boutique hotel or something suitable for the whole family, our experts would be delighted to help you find the perfect accommodation for your ski holiday.

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Ski Areas in St. Martin de Belleville

Ski Areas in St. Martin de Belleville

With rapid access to neighbouring ski resorts Les Menuires and Méribel, and only a few lifts from the higher ski resort of Val Thorens, St. Martin de Belleville is perfectly placed in the Three Valleys ski area. With 600km of ski terrain to get stuck into, it’s likely you’ll get to the end of your holiday with plenty still left to explore.

Skiing in St. Martin de Belleville

Skiing in St. Martin de Belleville

The ski area is perfect for beginners, intermediates and advanced skiers alike; with plenty of long greens and blues for beginners, and more challenging reds and blacks for intermediates and advanced skiers. Freeride skiers will probably want to head up towards Val Thorens for the steep, challenging off-piste bowls.

Snowboarding in St. Martin de Belleville

Snowboarding in St. Martin de Belleville

Snowboarders will have a great time here, with plenty of runs for every level and access to multiple areas. Hardcore freeriders will want to head up to Val Thorens for the off-piste, and freestylers will have quick access to Méribel’s fantastic terrain parks. The pistes are well-maintained around Les Trois Vallées, so you can enjoy smooth, cruisey runs all day long.

Sustainable Choice

Taking the train is the most environmentally friendly way of travelling to this resort. We work closely with Eurostar and can tailor-make this package with competitive train rates – call for further details.

Ski Schools in St. Martin de Belleville

Ski Schools in St. Martin de Belleville

With many ski schools and instructors to choose between, there really is something for everybody.

We’ve partnered with New Generation and Oxygène and highly recommend their services. All of our partners offer fantastic lessons for all ability levels.

Book your ski lessons with our recommended suppliers. If you’re traveling during a peak week be sure to book these well in advance.

Crèches in St. Martin de Belleville

Crèches in St. Martin de Belleville

The ESF’s Piou-Piou Club in St. Martin will look after children from three months to two years old. The Mini Club looks after children from two years old, offering fun snow activities and beginner ski lessons to get your children up and skiing.

Restaurants in St. Martin de Belleville

Restaurants in St. Martin de Belleville

For cheese-lovers, the best place to go to fill-up on dairy goodness is La Fromagerie des Belleville; serving fantastic Savoyard dishes with a hearty topping of cheese. For a fine dining experience, try La Bouitte for some luxurious and creative dishes set in a charming rustic, yet modern, chalet. On the mountain, we recommend stopping by Chez Pépé Nicolas for some wonderfully warming soups, risotto dishes and traditional Alpine cuisine.

Après Ski in St. Martin de Belleville

Après Ski in St. Martin de Belleville

Après in St. Martin de Belleville ski resort is largely low key, but it does have a selection of bars that keep the doors open until late. Pourquoi Pas is a great place to stop for a bit of lively après, with a nicely decorated bar and good atmosphere. Le Dahlia is another great spot to head straight to after you’re done skiing, with a good number of deck chairs to relax in after a hard day on the slopes.

Non-Skiers in St. Martin de Belleville


Leisurely non-skiers will be best-off visiting the neighbouring resorts of Courchevel, Méribel and Les Menuires for plenty of shopping opportunities. Non-skiers who want to partake in adventurous activities will be spoiled for choice, with snowshoeing, dog sledding, toboggan runs and the option to rent out snowmobiles and cross-country skis.

Map of St Martin de Belleville

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