Published on Friday, February 7, 2020

Ski offers

Ski operators are discounting breaks across popular European resorts for February and March.

Iglu Ski deals include a seven-night holiday to Mayrhofen, in Austria, staying at Chalet Stoanerhof, costing £673pp, down from £978pp, including flights from Gatwick to Munich on March 28 and transfers.

A seven-night holiday to Val Thorens, in France staying at Chalet Milo is now £679pp, down from £1,360pp, including flights from Gatwick to Grenoble on February 22.

Iglu Ski also offers a seven-night, self-catering holiday to La Plagne, in France, staying at Chalet Crocus Blanc, reduced from £978pp to £349pp, based on seven sharing. The price includes Gatwick to Geneva flights on February 22.

Ski Beat has discounted a a half-term family self-drive holiday by £670pp, departing February 15.

The seven-night self-drive ski holiday includes fully hosted accommodation at the Chalet Renardeaux, less than 10-minute walk from Meribel Centre, from £949pp. Flights can be added to create a package starting at £1,219pp, saving £400pp.

Other options from Ski Beat include a departure from Gatwick on February 15 for a week in Val Thorens, Europe's highest ski resort, saving £460pp off the original price of £1,659pp, now £1,309pp. The holiday includes homely, catered accommodation in Chalet Renne, with an indoor pool and sauna.

Or, save £300pp in the heart of one of France's biggest ski areas, the 425km of prepared pistes that make up Paradiski, staying at the traditional Chalet Chamois in Plan Peisey, from £629pp. The price also includes return Manchester or Gatwick flights on February 22 and transfers.

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