In the Belleville Valley, St Martin de Belleville is a pretty Alpine village with traditional wood, slate, and stone buildings centred around a Baroque church. As well as being a charming village, St Martin de Belleville is an excellent ski resort with links to the immense Trois Vallées ski area. The Trois Vallées has 600km of marked slopes to explore and terrain for all levels of ability. Over an area of 1,400km2, and eight ski resorts, you'll find your ideal terrain and snow, from gentle nursery slopes to fresh untouched powder off-piste, the Trois Vallées has it all. Freestylers will be interested to know that within the Trois Vallées, Méribel has two snowparks, Courchevel has the a railpark, as well as a snowcross trail, and a park with baby features, and Val Thorens has a huge 70,000m2 snowpark!There are a huge variety of other ways to explore this immense ski area. The 28km of cross-country ski trails between Les Menuires and St Martin de Belleville, the walking routes, either for hiking or snowshoeing, and the abundant dog sledding tours all allow you to see and experience the landscapes from a different vantage point. No trip to St Martin de Belleville should be without a peaceful tour through these magical Alpine scenes. Back in St Martin de Belleville you'll find all the services and facilities you need for a relaxing winter holiday. There's a choice of accommodation, including charming hotels, cosy chalets, and modern apartments. And with the good quality restaurants and traditional bars evenings are pleasant and tend to be quiet. Geneva and Lyon airports are the closest to St Martin de Belleville, and there are regular bus transfers to the resort. Or alternatively you can take a high-speed train to Moûtiers Salins Bride les Bains train station and catch a bus the 20km to the resort. Overall St Martin de Belleville is a very accessible, varied, and authentic ski resort perfectly suited to all kinds of winter holiday.