New ski and snow holiday guides launched by FrenchConnections.co.uk
December 21, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsLeading French holiday property website, www.frenchconnections.co.uk, has launched a new section on its site dedicated to skiing and snowboarding holidays in France.
The winter snow holiday section is packed with lots of useful information on all the main ski resorts in France, including well known options and other resorts which ski fans may not necessarily have considered before.
Each resort guide gives details of the snow conditions, accommodation on offer and the style of resort, to help holidaymakers choose their ideal location in France for a ski or snowboarding holiday.
Resorts included cover traditional favourites in the Alps such as Les Trois Vallees, Mont Blanc, and Val d’Isere. But other less busy locations are also featured including le Massif du Sancy in the centre of France, the Vosges Mountains and the French Pyrenees near to Spain.
For each resort links are provided to a wide range of self catering and bed and breakfast ski holiday accommodation in the local area, including a wide range of high quality chalets. This enables travellers planning their own French ski holiday to source self catering accommodation.
Much of the self catering ski accommodation on offer is available right through the season, so last minute late bookings can still be made for a ski holiday in early 2008.
Also included in the Frenchconnections.co.uk new ski section are separate guides to finding the best locations in France for a family ski holiday and for a snowboarding holiday – different types of vacation with hugely differing requirements.
Commenting on the launch of the new ski section, Glynis Shaw, one of the founders of Frenchconnections.co.uk said she felt that: “the new ski section on our site really does now offers our users a really informative and useful guide to tracking down the very best ski holiday accommodation in the best ski resorts France has to offer. We hope that our site visitors enjoy using it, and that our property owners and advertisers benefit from the new content.”