Mountain holiday accommodation - self catering in style!

About the area

In Winter

Skiing is the obvious reason to come to Sixt in the winter.  As part of the extensive Grand Massif ski area all levels of skiers will find plenty of fun & challenges.

Beginners will benefit from learning to ski in Sixt, the nearest ski lift is just 450 metres from your front door and gives access to our beginners slopes along with sledging pistes.

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Apartment La Tibolire has been awarded 4 stars for the quality of the accommodation and welcome.

We can help you with every aspect of your holiday from booking restaurants and ski hire to recommending routes and activities.

Please see the comments from our previous guests and contact us if you have any questions.

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Alternatively hop in the car or on the bus, which stops just 450m from the apartment, and in  10 minutes or less you are at the gondola of Samoens.

If downhill skiing isn't for everyone in your party, cross country skiing & snow-shoeing are just some activities on your doorstep which will help you enjoy being outdoors in the mountains.

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In Summer


The Alps in the the summer (from June well into autumn) are delightful.  Getting out into the hills to walk or cycle makes you feel glad to be alive.  

If you fancy raising the adrenalin level; rafting, canyoning, rock climbing and so much more are available in the valley.

There are numerous day trip options, Chamonix is only an hour away by car (or 12 hours on foot - but what a walk!); Yvoire, the medieval fishing village on the edge of lake Geneva is just over an hour; the Venice of the Alps (Annecy) is an easy drive or if you wish to sample more of what France has to offer the Beaujolais wine region is about 2.5 hours away.

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Or if lazing at the apartment is more appealing; you have a private garden with terrace for meals and BBQs.  Lie back in the sun and watch the rare bearded vultures and red kites soar above you or the antics of the Tibolire hens and cats in the garden.