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Claire Tantolin
3 rue de l'église



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Appréciations pour La Roche du Croué, Aussois:

Vacances d hiver à La Roche du Croue
Review by: Claudine David, Fev 13 2016 12:34PM
Cela fait plus de 10 ans que nous venons à la Roche du Croue et on ne s en lasse pas
Toujours un super accueil de Claire et une cuisine locale toujours aussi appétissante

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Property type Quantity
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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
3 455 455 490 490 23 OUI
(3 pers.)
2 70 70 490 490 23 OUI




  • Aussois Ski Resort: Located in the village of Aussois, this ski resort offers a range of winter activities including skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. With stunning alpine views and well-groomed slopes, it is a popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts.
  • Fort Victor-Emmanuel: Situated above Aussois, this well-preserved fort is part of the impressive Barrière de l'Esseillon fortifications. Constructed in the 19th century, it offers guided tours that provide insight into its historical significance and panoramic views of the surrounding area.
  • Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church: Located in the heart of Aussois, the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church is a beautiful example of Baroque architecture. Its intricate interior, adorned with ornate decorations and religious artwork, is worth a visit for those interested in religious history and architecture.
  • Les Balmes: A natural site situated near Aussois, Les Balmes is a stunning gorge carved by the Arc River. Visitors can explore the area by hiking along its pathways or simply enjoy the tranquil surroundings and picturesque landscapes.
  • Vanoise National Park: Just a short drive from Aussois, Vanoise National Park is the oldest national park in France. It offers an abundance of outdoor activities, including hiking, wildlife watching, and mountaineering. With its diverse flora and fauna, it is a haven for nature lovers.
  • Modane: Located approximately 7 kilometers from Aussois, Modane is a charming town known for its impressive railway station. The station showcases stunning architectural features and is a testament to the town's rich railway history. Visitors can also explore its picturesque streets and enjoy local cuisine.
  • Mont Cenis Lake: Situated a short distance from Aussois, Mont Cenis Lake is a breathtaking alpine lake nestled in the mountains. It offers opportunities for walking, picnicking, and enjoying the surrounding natural beauty. The lake is also known for its historical significance, as it was once an important trade route between France and Italy.
  • Val Cenis: A ski resort located nearby, Val Cenis is known for its extensive ski area and breathtaking landscapes. With a range of slopes suitable for all skill levels, it is a popular destination for both winter sports enthusiasts and those seeking a scenic alpine retreat.
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