Though rigorous health and safety procedures have always been part of Courchevel's DNA, we are implementing even stronger preventive measures to protect you so that your time in the resort with family and friends can be fully enjoyed.

Your safety and peace of mind are of utmost importance to us, and we are constantly reviewing government guidelines to ensure that required health measures are put in place.

Below are the details of preventive measures that will be carried out during your stay in Courchevel. This list will naturally evolve over time to ensure that the highest standards of safety and hygiene are maintained.

You will find frequently updated information on the official European Union website.





From December 4th, any person aged 12 or more has to provide the result of a negative PCR or antigen test carried out less than 24 or 48 hours prior to departure, in order to enter France. For more information, visit 



The Covid-19 testing centre in Courchevel is open, in collaboration with the SynLab laboratory, in the Arolles room at La Croisette, Courchevel 1850, to carry out RT-PCR tests and antigenic tests will be offered from the beginning of the winter season. Appointments can be made on the SYNLAB Pays de Savoie website. Choose your sampling location by scrolling down to TEST PCR COURCHEVEL - 112 rue du Rocher, COURCHEVEL 1850, 73120 or Test antigénique Courchevel - 112 rue du Rocher, COURCHEVEL 1850, 73120

Two additional test centres are open in the resort:

  • • The Moriond test centre will carry out antigenic tests on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. 
    Maison de Moriond 
    46 Rue du Marquis 
    To make an appointment, click here.
  • La Tania medical centre will carry out antigen tests from 8.30am to 10.30am and from 5pm to 6pm.
    La Grandzeta
    369, route de Praz Juget
    To make an appointment, click here.
  • The Courchevel Village test center will be performing antigenic tests starting Friday, December 24.
    Maison de 1550 (1st floor)
    219 Rue des Rois
    73120 Courchevel
    To make an appointment, click here.


Antigen tests are also available in the doctors' offices of the resort, especially for people with symptoms who come for a consultation. For those who have been vaccinated, minors, people recognised as contact cases or who have a prescription, the tests are free. Outside of these cases, PCR tests cost €44 and €25 for antigenic tests.




In order to plan your stay with complete confidence, the Terms and Conditions (T&C) of each host have been made easily accessible and you can view the details on all the host information pages on our website. Access the accommodation page




Special Covid19 conditions: some of our hosts have changed their cancellation conditions according to French sanitary measures updates. Find your accommodation cancellation details in the "Overview tab".


You can also subscribe to our cancelation insurance which will cover the Insured, his/her spouse or a member of his/her family and any person usually living with the Insured has been diagnosed positive for Covid-19 prior to the scheduled departure date of the trip.

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Restaurants, ski schools, activity and service providers, shopkeepers… All the of the resort professionals look forward to welcome you. We are all fully committed to complying with the recommended national health protocols in order to offer you a suitably tailored service.

You will find the T&C of each provider on their dedicated pages on the website.

Go to the "shops and services" page

Go to the "restaurants" page

Go to the "activities" page

Go to the "ski schools" page


Two chemists and one medical centre are available throughout summer. Find all the practical information here.




1. Wearing a mask is mandatory for children over 11 years of age in all lifts.
It is recommended that children between the ages of 6 and 11 wear a mask. Only the ski lifts and conveyor belts may be exempted from the mask requirement when used by only one user at a time. There are no capacity restrictions on the lifts. 

2. Skiers are required to wear a surgical mask or a category 1 fabric mask (AFNOR SPEC S76-001 certification).
Only approved filtering necklaces are allowed as an alternative to masks. Very practical for skiing and adapted to this protocol, the approved chokers can be put on and removed from the nose in a few seconds. Skiers must respect the distance between people or groups of people travelling together in the access lanes. The application of the barrier gestures is mandatory on the entire ski area.

3. The mask does not need to be worn while skiing.


Masks must be worn on shuttles.

A distance of 1m between passengers must be maintained.

Respect social distance markings and sit on authorized seats only.

Buses will be disinfected every day.




Courchevel tourist offices welcome you and ask that you follow the safety rules. Our staff are fully trained in the proper health and safety measures.

Hand sanitiser offered at each office entrance.

Designated walkways.

Social distance markings.

In order to reduce the amount of contact, paper information will be available only if specifically requested.




Courchevel will adapt its events, sport events and activities programme with a focus on large open spaces and small groups. The activities program will be available in a digital version on the website.

Don’t forget to check to see if events require you to sign up in advance: Visit the AGENDA page to find out all about our activities. 


Contactless distribution of hand sanitiser.

Maintaining social distancing.

If equipment is used, it will be regularly disinfected.


You can contact us by phone on +33 (0) 479 08 00 29 and by email Discover the safety procedures in video

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