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Isola 2000



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Isola 2000 is a popular ski resort located in the southern French Alps, close to the border with Italy. Nestled at an altitude of 2,000 meters (hence the name), the resort offers breathtaking panoramic views and a wide range of skiing opportunities. 

Isola 2000 is a purpose-built ski resort that was developed in the 1970s. It was designed with skiers in mind and offers convenient access to the slopes from most accommodations. The resort features modern infrastructure and amenities, including a variety of hotels, restaurants, and shops. 

When it comes to the ski area, Isola 2000 boasts over 120 kilometers of ski slopes, making it suitable for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. The resort has a good balance of beginner, intermediate, and advanced runs, with plenty of wide-open pistes and challenging off-piste terrain for experienced skiers. 

One of the notable aspects of Isola 2000 is its excellent snow record. Thanks to its high altitude and favorable climate, the resort enjoys a long ski season, typically from December to April. Additionally, the ski area is equipped with snow cannons to ensure good snow conditions throughout the season. 

As for connections to the ski area, Isola 2000 offers a convenient ski-in/ski-out experience. Many accommodations are located directly on or near the slopes, allowing skiers to easily access the lifts and trails without the need for transportation. There are also ski buses available for those staying in accommodations farther from the slopes. 

Isola 2000 has a lively après-ski scene, with a variety of bars and restaurants where visitors can unwind and enjoy some post-skiing entertainment. Whether you prefer cozy mountain pubs or vibrant clubs, there are options to suit different tastes and preferences. 

In conclusion, Isola 2000 is a modern and well-equipped ski resort in the French Alps. With its convenient ski-in/ski-out access, excellent snow conditions, and a variety of slopes, it offers a great skiing experience for all levels. Whether you're a beginner, intermediate, or advanced skier, Isola 2000 provides a picturesque setting and a vibrant après-ski scene to complete your winter holiday.

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  • 1. 5hrs - Nice

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The easiest way to plan train travel is use The Trainline (click the logo below)

This is because it's the most comprehensive integration of all European train operators, so you can even plan cross-border travel.

On average you can book 3-4 months in advance, read our full Guide to European Rail travel

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Fly into Nice 

Get to Isola 2000 Ski bus Lines from Nice Airport: 


100% Neige Line 92

  • €6 for a single journey and €12 for a return journey 

  • 1 item of baggage + skis allowed. 

  •  2hrs 15 to either 710-720am daily service 

  • More times Saturday, Sunday and Friday and during holiday times 

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