The village is very family friendly. The main centre is traffic free and there are usually activities for children most evenings in the centre of the village or in front of the main chair lift. The village also hosts various festivals. This year we were there during 2018 when the ‘Motor Trail’ weekend which finished with a fantastic live band playing on the slopes. We also saw the Bastille day fireworks display and party. The tourist office provides details of events each week in the summer and winter.
As well as small supermarkets there are also some tourist shops, ski/bike/clothes shops and several bars and restaurants.
The bowling alley and cinema are in the centre of the village and welcomes families. There is a schedule of films displayed outside and available at tourist office.
There is one disco / nightclub in the village and some of the bars stay open late, especially on key holiday dates such as Bastille Day, New Years Eve and Christmas.
The only English hotel, L’Aigle, is almost opposite the apartment, and is also family friendly. It has a bar, lounge and games room and evening activities such as quizzes, fancy dress and games are organised.