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Skiing this winter: it is officially possible for Europeans!

Tips & Guides 

on 02 October 2020

Good news for the ski industry: the European Commission has announced that no European country will be able to ban travel to any country or region of the European Union!

The arrival of the pandemic in Europe in March led to a wave of border closures within the European Union, restricting freedom of movement. After a partial lifting of these restrictions at the beginning of the summer, the question was what would become of the players in winter tourism.

Since Friday 25 September, the European Commission has declared that there will be no travel restrictions, regardless of the colour code applied, between EU countries and regions.

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Classification in 3 colours for all 27 EU states

From now on, the European States will use the same data in order to obtain a common health map. This classification will in no way prevent movement.

Green zone: travel is allowed. These are areas where the circulation of the virus is currently low.

Orange zone: travel is permitted but vigilance is recommended. If you are returning from a country in the orange zone, quarantine and screening are recommended but not mandatory.

Red zone: it is strongly advised not to travel to these zones. If you are returning from a red zone, it is strongly recommended that you are quarantined for 14 days upon your return and that you have a PCR test.

More information to travel in complete serenity

To help you better understand colour coding and its consequences, the European Commission has launched "Re-open EU". This is a web platform containing essential information to help restore free movement and boost tourism in the safest possible conditions throughout Europe.

Borders, available means of transport, public health and safety measures (such as physical distancing or the wearing of masks) All this practical information is available to help you plan your trips with confidence.

Are you planning to go on a skiing holiday? Our agencies will do everything possible to ensure you have a peaceful stay in the French Alps. Particular vigilance and strict measures have been deployed to ensure the most efficient protocol.

Find out why you should choose to rent a chalet or a to rent an apartment during your mountain holiday!

Also discover the measures implemented by our agencies to ensure that you travel with complete peace of mind.


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Mountains in summer: disconnection, well-being and strong sensations in an authentic universe!

Family  Entertainment  Well-being 

on 26 July 2021

Spending a summer holiday in the mountains is first and foremost a way of disconnecting yourself from your usual environment. The breathtaking landscapes, the purity of the air, the silence of the villages and the freedom of the wide open spaces are enough to immerse you in an authentic and exotic universe. Discover all the ways to enjoy a summer holiday in the mountains! 

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Cimalpes was born in the French Alps from the dream of two entrepreneurs passionate about their Alpine lifestyle. Today, Cimalpes’ mission is to share this passion with its guests by hosting them in the most charming chalets and apartments, and by accompanying them to organize a memorable holiday in our ski resorts. The Cimalpes teams will be delighted to meet your every need; let us treat you to the Cimalpes promise.


With more than 3,000 reservations per year, Cimalpes enables more than 25,000 holidaymakers to benefit from hotel comfort in their own accommodation each winter.