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Val Cenis, an alpine exception in the heart of Savoie in Haute Maurienne Vanoise, unveils its most beautiful landscapes and invites you to discover. Military and religious monuments are numerous in the mountains and in the villages, they are the witnesses of a history that has forged the character of each of the 5 villages of the commune.
To the west, the Vanoise National Park and its many trails that invite you to hike and discover a protected natural environment and to the east, the border with Italy. The Mont-Cenis pass, with its turquoise lake, its mountain pastures dotted with herds whose milk is used to make Beaufort PDO, “le Prince des gruyères”, is a must for your holidays in the mountains.

Alpine exception

Val Cenis


A nature preserved and maintained

At the heart of a preserved mountain, five villages are and make Val Cenis: Lanslebourg, Lanslevillard, Termignon, Sollières-Sardières and Bramans.

Between the Vanoise National Park and Lake Mont Cenis, come and live to the rhythm of glacier hikes or family walks. Land of mountain biking and cycling, you will be spoiled for choice!

Between France and Italy, Val Cenis has a rich military and religious past. Discover these buildings filled with history.

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

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