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Erna Low Property have now launched a 2018 French Alps Property Report; a review of the current market, including the South of France.

With the games in Pyeonchang well under way and, as the Erna Low Property team are such winter sports fans, we felt it was only appropriate to share our all-time favourite events to watch:

With top of the range infrastructure, direct access to 250km of high altitude skiing and a quick transfer from Grenoble airport, Vaujany is an authentic French ski village that has many larger resorts in the Alps teeming with envy.

Enjoy access to the high altitude, snow-sure Flaine Grand Massif ski area from a charming, traditional and vibrant year-round French village, just one hour from Geneva.

As the new sales and marketing coordinator at Erna Low Property, I am ‘subject’ to an educational trip touring the French Alps, visiting our properties along the way. 

You may well primarily associate the Alps with descending the slopes on your skies and cosy winter nights spent in your chalet, however, the winter is not the only attraction to the mountains for adventure seekers and lovers of the great outdoors.

You may well primarily associate the Alps with descending the slopes on your skies and cosy winter nights spent in your chalet, however, the winter is not the only attraction to the mountains for adventure seekers and lovers of the great outdoors. If you were wondering what to do with your property in the summer then look no further. 

Here is your second part of the summer events available in the French Alps. This part will cover the month of August and will follow the same organisation as the first one.

Johny Midnight is a British painter and the one who painted the splendid painting on the wall of our London office at 9 Reece Mews, South Kensington.

The Telegraph's article follows the route of the Tour de France and proposes its own property tour.

A lot is happening in the French Alps during summer, this is why we have made a selection of some events happening in the different cities and villages in the French Alps. The list is sorted by dates and categories. There are four categories which are MUSIC, SPORTS, KIDS & FAMILY and LOCAL & OTHER events. 
Some of these events are free of charges while others demand a financial participation so make sure you check this out.
Of course all these events are just a sample of all that is going on in the different regions, as you can see a lot is done to keep you entertained during the summer and it is without a doubt that you will find something that you will like. So have a look, pick out a few dates and go enjoy yourself!

The construction of the brand new 4* development Isatis located in the great area of Les Tines in Chamonix is now complete.

In the summer, the French Alps are an amazing place to be. Apart from the beauty of its landscapes, this area is a giant playground in which you will never get bored. The French Alps expands over a huge area and if you are not familiar with the different places to explore, it might be a bit tedious to organise your visits and choose the places that are really worth seeing or the things really worth doing. That’s where we come in! We have created a selection of some of the best things to do and see in the French Alps during the summer to help you organise your time in this beautiful region and make the very most of it.

Today Méribel is one of the most popular resorts of the French Alps, famous for being part of the Three Valleys domain, which is the world’s largest ski area. Its architecture is very much appreciated for being traditional, with typical Savoyard style chalets and wood and stone buildings that gives the village a warm and welcoming atmosphere. There is one man who can be credited for the vision and creation of this wonderful resort – British winter sports enthusiast Peter Lindsay.

 Francois, Joanna and Vanessa from Erna Low Property attended the spectacular Property Press Awards last night, hosted by TV presenter Amanda Lamb, in the breath-taking conference room of the 42nd floor, of Leadenhall Building.

If you are looking for a place to spend your summer but you are a bit tired of the sea side then look no further and head for the mountains! The French Alps is the perfect location to enjoy the summer. Not only will you be able to reconnect with nature but you’ll also have the opportunity to experience new things and admire the beautiful scenery it has to offer.

Erna Low is the woman behind the eponym company. Her lifetime career in the tourism industry was exemplary and lasted for over 60 years. It was rewarded in 2000 when she received the highest reward from the British Travel Industry and entered the “Hall of Fame” alongside some other big names in the travel industry such as Richard Branson founder of Virgin Group or more recently Stelios Haji-Ioannou founder of Easy Jet.

The end of the month of April and the beginning of May mark the return of longer days and more sun which is a great news for pretty much everyone. But for some people this period rhymes above everything else with the closing of the ski resorts and the end of the ski season.

This week the Erna Low Property team had the pleasure of travelling to Val Thorens for our end of season ski trip. When skiing over the very last week of the season, altitude is a must and we have to say Val Thorens did not disappoint – the snow was fantastic, with plenty of pistes to cover and the Spring sun ensured we all came away bronze-faced. This week we present the finest new build properties in our portfolio that are perched high up in the French Alps.

In the next year, St Gervais will welcome two new luxury developments to its picturesque landscape. This popular resort, just an hour from Geneva and connected to the third largest ski area in France, has long needed new properties and our two developments offer two very different locations.

At times of political or economic uncertainty, the best investments are those made in to established markets. France is the number 1 tourist destination in the world and therefore an investment in one of the country’s key tourist destinations – the Alps – provides exactly that.

Erna Low Property are pleased to announce the launch of the new and exciting L’Ecrin Blanc, located in the world famous ski resort of Courchevel 1650. The development will comprise 75 well-appointed apartments, ranging from 1 to 2 bedrooms, with the possibility of creating larger apartments through interconnecting doors.

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