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Val Cenis, an alpine exception in the heart of Savoie in Haute Maurienne Vanoise, invites you to explore its most beautiful scenery. The multiple military and religious buildings of these mountains and villages bear testament to a history that has forged the character of each of the 5 villages.
To the west, the many trails beckons hikers to discover the protected natural habitat of the Vanoise National Park, and to the east lies the border with Italy. During your mountain holiday, you absolutely must visit the Mont-Cenis pass, with its turquoise lake and mountain pastures where grazing animals produce the milk used to make Beaufort PDO, “the star of gruyère cheeses”.

The Alpine exception

Val Cenis


Well-kept, unspoilt nature

At the heart of this protected mountain habitat, Val Cenis is comprised of five villages – Lanslebourg, Lanslevillard, Termignon, Sollières-Sardières and Bramans. Together, they are the very essence of Val Cenis.

Between the Vanoise National Park and Mont Cenis Lake, come to explore on glacier hikes or family walks. In this mecca for mountain bikers and cyclists, you’ll be spoilt for choice!

Between France and Italy, Val Cenis has a rich military and religious past. Discover our buildings steeped in history.

Let your gaze wander over our alpine meadows dotted with grazing herds and taste the products of our local farmers.

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