Properties for Sale in All Ski Resorts
We have properties for sale in many of the world’s premier ski resorts and, covering a variety of price ranges and global locations, we have a broader selection of ski chalets and apartments than any other agency.
Here you will find detailed information and downloadable resort guides for all the French, Swiss and Austrian ski resorts where we currently have chalets and apartments for sale, as well as a convenient overview of what is for sale in each resort.
Alpe d'Huez2 Properties
Alpe d’Huez is a large, modern resort on a high, open and sunny plateau that has invested 350m euros to expand and improve it's ski area.
Sitting at 1444m at the centre of the dramatic Saint-Gotthard Massif, Andermatt is an attractive dual-season mountain resort with access to 120km of snow-sure skiing.
The “Venice of the Alps”, Annecy is a beautiful Medieval city that commands a great location within close proximity to both the Alpine airports and its ski resorts.
An attractive ski & spa town set at 1500m on a sunny, south-facing balcony in the heart of the Valais. Anzère is a great resort for families and, being a...
Bad Kleinkirchheim1 Property
Bad Kleinkirchheim is a beautiful town set in the gently rolling mountains of Austria’s Carinthia province.Surrounded by traditional chalets and the majestic peaks of the Nockberge Mountains, this spa town...
The village of Bramberg is located at the heart of the upper Pinzgau region in Austria’s Salzburg Province. This charming village dates back to the 10th century and is surrounded...
At just over an hour's drive from Geneva and 15km from Italy via the Mont-Blanc tunnel, Chamonix is one of the easiest resorts to access so is perfect for a...
With plenty of French character, Chatel is the best resort in the Portes du Soleil ski area for unspoilt Alpine charm.
Glamourous 1850 might be the best known of the four resorts within Courchevel, but the remaining three each bring something unique to the whole.
Crans-Montana is one of Switzerland’s world famous ski resorts, occupying what is claimed to be the sunniest plateau in the Alps.
Davos is the highest town in Europe and boasts an expansive ski area suited to skiiers of all ages and abilities.
Close to Zurich, dramatic scenery, a town dating back to medieval times and some fantastic, high and challenging skiing, Engelberg is an ideal destination for a fun weekend on the...
Grindelwald is the largest and oldest resort in the Jungfrau region and one of the most attractive and popular tourist destinations in Switzerland.
Gstaad Valley13 Properties
This area is popular with a charming mix of visitors; while the chalet village of Gstaad attracts countless stars, the smaller villages offer attractive options for families with children.
The village of Hollersbach is located at the heart of the upper Pinzgau region, in Austria’s Salzburg Province.
Kaprun is a village not far from the well-known resort of Zell am See in the province of Salzburg.
Kirchberg lies in the heart of the Kitzbühel ski region and is known for its charming village with historic buildings and pretty traditional church. It is a truly dual season...
This beautiful historic resort is situated between the magnificent mountains of Hahnenkamm and Kitzbühel Horn in Austria’s exclusive Tyrol province.
La Plagne1 Property
The variety of tracks means that there is something for every level of skier.
La Tzoumaz18 Properties
La Tzoumaz is part of the huge Verbier Ski area and has a range of skiing to suit all abilities.
The spectacular resort of Lech is located at the heart of the beautiful Arlberg mountain range, which lies within Austria’s exclusive Vorarlberg province.
Lenzerheide is an upmarket resort with a number of attractive surrounding villages such as Lain, Parpan and Valbella housing many beautiful chalets.
Les Arcs2 Properties
Les Arcs has some great slopes with long descents and enough terrain to entertain both intermediates and experts.
Les Carroz2 Properties
Les Carroz is a traditional village sat on a wide, wooded and sunny shelf in the Grand Massif ski region.
Thanks to its genuine lived-in feel, pleasant scenery and good links...
Les Collons6 Properties
At 1800m Les Collons is the highest of the resorts linking into the Verbier ski area, which is the largest ski region in Switzerland with over 410km of pistes.
Les Gets9 Properties
A pretty, family friendly resort in the popular Portes du Soleil ski area, Les Gets is an exceedingly convenient, weekendable destination.
Les Menuires3 Properties
As a part of the huge Trois Vallees ski area, Les Menuires has access to 600km of piste with enough to challenge skiers of any level.
An attractive and historic spa town set in a spectacular position below towering cliffs, Leukerbad has some great high altitude skiing and is popular year round.
Megeve is a beautiful medieval town with a traffic-free centre, cobbled streets, and horse drawn sleighs.
Meribel is the central valley in the largest interconnected ski area in the world, and offers a huge variety of skiing from beginner slopes to perilous black runs.
Mittersill lies on the Salzach River and is the main town of the Pinzgau Region dating back to the 11th century. It situated in a lovely part of Salzburg Province,...
A traditional Swiss resort town sitting at the eastern end of Lake Geneva near the ski resorts of Cantons Vaud & Valais.
With year round appeal that sees a busy ski season and a bustling trade of hikers, bikers and climbers in the summer, this resort has something for everyone.
Nendaz sits on terrace at 1400m overlooking the Rhone Valley and offers a fantastic selection of bars, restaurants and shops.
Lovely upmarket village with lots of shopping and entertainment and famous for it’s fantastic snow fall record.
Portes du Soleil (CH)6 Properties
The rustic Swiss resorts that link into the 650km Portes du Soleil ski area – Champery, Les Crosets, Champoussin, Morgins, Torgon & Val d'Illiez.
Saalbach-Hinterglemm is a lively ski resort situated in the beautiful Glemmtal valley in Austria’s Salzburg province.
A stunning medieval town, and French heritage site, Samoens is one of the prettiest ski towns in Europe.
St. Jean d'Aulps1 Property
With a peaceful location five miles north of Morzine, beautiful mountain scenery and year round activities, St Jean is a great place for families looking for a genuine Alpine village.
St. Luc - Chandolin3 Properties
St Luc and Chandolin are two traditional, high altitude and often underated Swiss villages situated within the heart of the extensive Val d'Anniviers ski area.
St. Martin de Belleville6 Properties
One of the best kept secrets in the Trois Vallees, St Martin de Belleville is a quaint, traditional resort only a few miles below Les Menuires.
St. Moritz2 Properties
One of the most exclusive resorts in the Swiss Alps, second only to Zermatt, St. Moritz is a glitzy, fashionable mountain town with more off-slope distractions than anywhere in Alps.
Val d'Isere and Tignes14 Properties
Val d’Isère is justly regarded as one of the best ski resorts not just in France but in the world and boasts over 300km of slopes.
Verbier has the largest ski area in Switzerland, and it sits on a wide, sunny, south-west facing bowl at 1500m.
Villars is a pleasant, family-orientated resort perched upon a South facing sunny plateau above the Rhone Valley just 90 minutes from Geneva.
Wengen is an attractive, traditional, traffic-free village perched in a sunny position above the Lauterbrunnen valley at an altitude of 1275m set in stunning scenery.
Zell am See1 Property
Zell am See is a beautiful Alpine town perched on the shores of Lake Zell in Austria’s Salzburg Province. This lakeside town partners with the village of Kaprun to form...
The mountain village of Zermatt stands at 1620m and is one of the great ski and climbing centres of the world. Dominated by the famous and very striking Matterhorn peak,...
Zillertal Arena4 Properties
The largest ski area in the Zillertal valley, the Zillertal Arena offers 163km of high altitude skiing from the town of Zell am Ziller, and the high altitude villages of...
Zugspitz Arena1 Property
A collection of small, traditional Tyrolean villages with 142km of shared skiing across a number of distinct sectors including glacier skiing on the Zugspitz on the German side of the...
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