Why Visit St Martin de Belleville?

Ski area

As part of the Trois Vallées, skiers have access to 150km of slopes and links to 600km. Two fast lifts take you up to Tougnete, from where you can ski directly down to Méribel or head over to Val Thorens.




Beginners have three areas on which to get their ski legs and the slopes are perfectly suited to intermediates with long cruisey blues. Including our favouite piste Jerusalem. The slopes tend to be less busy than in the village’s sister resorts and experts will want to head to some of the more challenging pistes further afield. However, there are some excellent off piste itineraries which really come into their own with fresh powder.



For a small village, it is remarkably full of outstanding place to eat. It’s definitely worth skiing here for lunch for a cosy alpine feast in Le Montagnard, and for a gourmet experience, and possibly the best restaurant in the Alps, book at table at the three Michelin star La Bouitte.



Après ski

This is much more low key here, but skiers still have a good choice of bars at the end of the day. One of the most popular, with its open fire and live music on three days of the week, is Pourquoi Pas (P Bar). Or head for a deck chair and relax in the last rays of the sun on the south facing terrace of the Lodji Hotel.


Unique to St Martin de Belleville

With its strong farming heritage, much of the local produce features on many a menu throughout the Trois Vallées.