Although not as well known for its après ski as some of the other French ski resorts, there are still many bars to explore in La Plagne. La Mine in Plagne 1800 has a great vibe and rather unusual décor, with old fashioned mine carts as tables.
In Plagne Centre, there is Scotty’s, which is an après ski hotspot that attracts many skiers for a drink after a hard day on the slopes. Up in Belle Plagne, there is the Salon Bar where it is possible to order some good beers. The 11 villages that make up La Plagne are all easy interlinked by regular and efficient bus service or late night gondola.
La Plagne has some fantastic mountain restaurants on offer that are spread across the La Plagne ski area. Close to Plagne Centre is the Mère-Grand, which is easily accessed from the slopes or by foot and serves traditional specialties and tasty snacks
In the Paradiski one of the highest restaurants is the Le Chalet de la Grande Rochette, which is located at the top of the Funiplagne Grande Rochette. This restaurant is at 2505m for some fantastic views, and is a must-do during your ski holiday.
Apart from the fabulous skiing and Olympic bobsleigh, La Plagne has over 50 different restaurants to chose from, with food ranging from pizzas to fondues and other local specialties. There are weekly excursions to Tignes and the 3 valleys. English films are shown regularly in Plagne Centre and Plagne Bellecôte. There are also saunas, Jacuzzis, Turkish and seaweed baths and health spas for those who are tired and need a massage or just want to relax. There is also a heated outdoor pool and ice rink in Plagne Bellecôte as well as electronic golf and ten-pin bowling in Belle Plagne.