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Ski Car Hire France

Are you planning a winter holiday away with the family or maybe even a group of friends? Ski holidays in Europe are becoming more and more popular and as demand grows costs tend to come down which includes the cost of car hire.

Ski Car Hire France

Ski Car Hire France has always been seen as an expensive option, but this is changing and becoming more affordable for more of us. Some suppliers are even throwing in freebies to attract new customers.

If you are going Skiing this winter then speak to one of the experts here at Indigo and we will ensure that you get the best deal available that meets your needs.

Ski Car Hire France
Ski Car Hire France
Ski Car Hire France
Ski Car Hire France

We work with all the major companies offering Ski Car Hire France.

Avis Ski Car Hire FranceEuropcar Ski Car Hire France
Sixt Ski Car Hire FranceBudget Ski Car Hire France

All major credit cards are accepted for online booking

Pre-payments online are accepted by debit card however a major credit card will need to be presented on arrival. If you don’t hold a credit card our experienced agents can arrange for a debit card to be accepted for the deposit however this reservation needs to be placed via our team rather than online to guarantee your supplier will accept your payment method.

We can also accept various other types of payment however these bookings need to be made via telephone to confirm your payment type is acceptable.

Indigo car hire have no responsibility for failure to provide a major credit card in the drivers name on arrival unless a prior agreement has been agreed with our contact centre.
Types of payment available at France

Of our suppliers in and around France, The major companies are Europcar, Avis, Sixt and Budget. We also have access to vehicles with a number of local suppliers.

Ski Car Hire France With A Debit Card

If you do not hold a credit card then you maybe looking for Ski Car Hire France With A Debit Card. We have worked hard to arrange a deal with a supplier in France to be able to offer car rental using a debit card, this is only available at limited locations so please contact us before attempting to make a booking. There are also some restrictions in regards to the card so if you want all the information then please click this link.

Ski Car Hire France For Young Drivers

If you are under 25 then you may have had difficulties when trying to hire a car. We at Indigo can arrange Ski Car Hire France For Young Drivers from the age of 18 – 24 to hire a car at most locations given that you have held your licence for a year prior to hiring with us. If you want more information about young driver car hire then please click this link.

Ski Car Hire France With No Deposit

Ski Car Hire France With No Deposit is ideal for those who want to free up as much spending money as possible. Typically, a deposit gets held on your card and often people need these funds on holiday and we realised this so we organised a deal that allows us to to offer rental cars with a zero deposit at certain Ski locations in France. If you want more information on this please call or email our reservation staff.

Ski Car Hire France For Senior Drivers

Most suppliers in France have an upper age limit of 70/75 when it comes to car rental. Not with Indigo, we can provide Ski Car Hire France For Senior Drivers with no upper age limit at all, providing the driver has a full valid licence and a form of payment. Please see here for more information on Car Hire France For Senior Drivers.

Ski Car Hire France With Cross Border Travel

If you are looking to hire a car from one location and tour around Europe then Ski Car Hire France With Cross Border Travel is what you need. Providing you are returning your vehicle back to the country of origin we can arrange rentals to allow you to travel to:

Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom.

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Ski Car Hire France Locations

Le Grand Bornand
A ski resort named after the river that runs through it located on the western slope of the Aravis mountain range. There are several outdoor activities such as Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Snowboarding, Cross country skiing, skiing and mountain biking. This holiday is however most popular for its amazing ski slopes.

Val Louron
A very popular tourist resort for winter sports, it’s located in the Pyrenees. There is 22km of skiing available with 19 tracks and 46 snow cannons to extend the track and make artificial snow. There are tracks for all levels so it’s suitable for anyone to visit.

Tignes
On the south-eastern side of France the Tignes ski resort is located in the Savoie region which is near Lyon, Geneva and Chambery. The Ski area near the village is referred to as Espace Killy and with a height of 3030m it makes the place the perfect choice for snow sure skiing.

L’Alpe d’Huez
A ski resort in the centre of the French Alps in the commune of Huez, this is also regularly a place that is passed in the Tour de France, skiing at Alpe d’Huez however is one of Europe’s premier skiing venues an gained huge popularity when it hosted the bobsleigh even in the 1968 Winter Olympics.

Avoriaz
A large Frenc Moutain resort located in the heart of the Portes du Soleil, a popular place for Snowboarding, skiing and other snow based outdoor activities. The Avoriaz station is on the main circuit of one of the largest skiing areas in the world, Les Portes du Soleil.

Val Thorens
The highest ski resort in Europe at 2300m altitude located in Savoie in the French Alps with a total of 68 runs. The resort is open from the about mid-November until early May, the highest peaks there are Pointe du Bouchet and Cime de Caron at 3220m being the highest of the two.

Les Deux Alpes
A ski resort which sits at 1650m altitude and is home to the second largest skiable glacier in Europe and the second oldest in France. The area is just southeast of Grenoble there are 100 runs total suitable for every kind of ability and age.

Chamonix
“The Gateway To European Cascades” and the oldest resort in France located on the south eastern part of the country and not to mention the first site of the Winter Olympics in 1924. The area is popular with ice climbing, rock climbing, extreme skiing, paragliding, rafting, canyoning and wing suit flying.

Morzine
A commune located in the Rhone Alpes region in Eastern France, the area has beautiful panoramic views and modern ski facilities as well as great hotels and restaurants. Morzine shares facilities with Avoriaz so please read above.

Samoens
The town of Samoens is located in the Giffre Valley in the French Alps, it has a popular ski resort at the edge of the town and links up with other towns in order to share the ski resort, Samoens is also the only winter sports resort to be classified by the Caisse Nationale des Monuments Historiques.

Les Gets
Located within the Rhones Alpes Region in the south eastern part of France, the area mixes nightlife with sports such as Mountain biking, golf, skiing and ice skating. The area is a linked ski resort within the Portes du Soleil, the resort consists mainly of beginner and intermediate runs.

Flaine
The name of a ski area located in the Haute Savoie region of the French Alps. The resort is often referred to as “big snowy bowl” due to it having one of the best snow records in the Alps. The slopes have a top elevation of 2,561m and the longest run is Cascade which is 14km long.

Argentiere
A picturesque village in the Frenc Alps known for its alpine walking, mountaineering and of course skiing. The area is most popular for its skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing which attracts many water sports fanatics with over 150km of marked trails.

Val d’Isere
In the south east of France lies Val d’Isere a commune in the Tarentaise Valley. The slopes in Val D’Isere are aimed at beginners to Intermediate skiers with several runs available, it also has slopes aimed at the more skilled skiers.

Meribel
Located in the French Alps situated near the town of Moutiers is Meribel which has an interlinked ski system, situated 1400 metres above sea level and is popular resort for skiers all over the world developed back in 1936 it’s got a fair bit of history behind it too.

Les Houches
A ski resort located just 6km from Chamonix, this location has been chosen to organise the Winter Olympics in 2014. The area consists of 1 hard ski run 12 above average ski runs, 5 average runs and 4 easy runs.

Megeve
In the Rhone Alpes region on the south east side of France is Megeve, the town is well known for its popular ski resort, Mont-Blanc. The area remains one of the most famous and fanciest ski resorts in the world, it’s a prime destinations for all travellers.

Courchevel
A ski resort located in the French Alps and is part of the Les Trois Vallees the largest ski area in the world, you can get a lift ticket that allows you to ski in a few resorts across the Les Trois Vallees to make the most out of your holiday.

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