HISTORY OF LES COLLONS
The first building in the village of Les Collons—a canteen run by the Udrisard family—was built in 1939. In 1957, l’Auberge des Collons became the first inn in the resort.
9 years later, an apartment building (Les Crêtes A) appeared in the heart of the village to welcome the first holidaymakers to Les Collons.
THREE LEVELS OF APARTMENTS
Today, the village of Les Collons is laid out over three levels:
Looking for accommodation close to the ski slopes?
- Les Collons 1800
- Les Collons 1850
- Les Collons 1900
Each level includes multiple residential buildings and direct access
to the ski slopes and other hiking routes in summer and winter. Several buildings and chalets are located right at the foot of the slopes of the Thyon/4 Valleys ski area! You can step out of your accommodation straight into your skis.
Looking for affordable accommodation in Les Collons? Look no further
There are hundreds of options in the village to suit every type of stay, from family holidays to luxury trips. Whatever your budget, the resort's agencies will find the ideal accommodation for your needs.
IDEAL FOR FAMILIES
The village of Les Collons lends itself to family activities. An ice rink
and a large play area
in Les Collons 1800 allow little ones and grown-ups alike to enjoy a relaxing summer and winter.
are organised during the winter and summer seasons in the centre of the village. Discover all the activities (link) and entertainment here.
Where can I find local products in Les Collons?
Several restaurants, hotels, bars, kiosks, shops (food and sports) and a ski school make up the village of Les Collons.
If you want to buy or sample local specialties, Les Collons is the place to be!
HAVE FUN WITH FRIENDS
Looking for a place to go out with your friends during your stay? Several bars and a nightclub are found on the three levels of the village of Les Collons. Some establishments also offer themed evenings and concerts during the winter season.
Where can I park in Les Collons?
Car parks with several hundred paid and free spaces are located in various places across the three levels of the village.