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La Rosière also known as ‘La Ros’ is in the commune of Montvalezan, in the Tarentaise valley and is perched high up above Bourg-St-Maurice, at the same altitude as Val d’Isère. South facing and sunny, the ski area of l’Espace San Bernardo caters for all abilities including plenty of lift accessible off-piste. Linked to La Thuile in Italy, day trips by ski over the border are an attractive feature. La Ros has an alpine feel compared to some other purpose built ski resorts, a pleasant ambience and gets heaps of snow. For lodgings it has plenty of ski chalets and apartments; Chalet Matsuzaka is a luxury option with good reviews. Après-ski is quiet, although the igloo bar at the base of the Plan du Repos chairlift is fun, and there is a selection of restaurants in the village and in Les Eucherts.
What about properties to buy in La Rosière? Good value given its credentials. There is usually a good selection of apartments for sale, some in new or refurbished developments, true proximity to the pistes and larger places can add a small premium. La Rosière property chalets for sale offered by local real estate agents are less frequent but worth seeking out. The enlarged ski area, opened in December 2018 adds to the already considerable appeal of La Ros as a holiday destination or a rental property investment – see our blog for further details.
If Alpine property for sale in the La Rosière area is not of interest, consider properties nearby in the Sainte-Foy.