Alpe d’Huez, nicknamed “l’Île au Soleil”, is a French ski resort located in the Grandes Rousses massif, in Isère. With its exceptional sunshine and breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks, it attracts many holidaymakers in search of winter adventures every year. The Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Ski area extends over 250 km of slopes, offering an impressive diversity of itineraries for all levels, from beginners to advanced skiers. The resort is also famous for the Sarenne slope, the longest black slope in Europe, which stretches for 16 km. In summer, Alpe d’Huez becomes a paradise for cycling enthusiasts, thanks to its famous 21 turns of the Tour de France, and offers many other mountain activities, such as hiking, climbing or paragliding. The village of Alpe d’Huez offers a warm and friendly atmosphere, with a wide range of accommodation, restaurants and stores to suit all tastes and budgets.