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The ski pistes were empty and the place made a deserted impression, the ski season is over. We were there 9 May. The area was still snow white, this time of the year there are no activities. I guess during the summer period there will...More
This is a great little resort for young families but beware there is often very little snow due to the low altitude. Always check whether the station and pistes are open. Visited on 1 January and the pistes were all closed.
Small ski area but enough to have fun for the day
The day pass costs around $25 for adults and $17 for children
Equipment rental is about the same price
2 hour group ski lessons for children cost $25. They have lessons at 10 am...More
The station is the closest from the sea shore and is such a great value. The snow is often abundant and great, the sun is always there, access is good. Have never really skied, but the snow-shoeing tracks are fantastic, one can go up to...More
This resort is easily accessible from the coast and offers good skiing for beginners and intermediate skiers. Ideal for people wanting to avoid the risk of being swept of their skis by out of control teenage snowboarders.
I went several times to Gréolières last winter (February, March). I live in Toulon and it takes 2 hours-ich to get there. I like skiing and not showing off in big ski resorts in the Alps.
I like everything there: It is big enough to...More
So close to the valley (Fayence/Seillans/Monteroux); excellent ski instructors; friendly ski hire; a place for day trips so just for locals (no package tours)
Avoid February/March two week French holidays. It is overrun