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Indoor activities in La Plagne

Discover the top La Plagne indoor activities


Whatever you choose to do on your holiday, you are sure to find a huge range of indoor activities across the La Plagne area. From relaxing activities to sports, there is something for everyone, every ability and every age in La Plagne. Check out the selection of things to do below for some holiday inspiration!


The sports centre in La Plagne has a multisports court where you can play badminton.


The sports centre in La Plagne has a multisports court where you can play basketball.


Catch the latest films and releases in La Plagne on your winter or summer holiday. Some cinemas open their doors early on a bad weather day, otherwise you'll find most screenings in the evenings. Look out for VOST for English speaking films.

Fitness and swimming in La Plagne

There is a gym with fitness lessons in the resort's sport centre. A number of hotels also have their own facilities to keep you trim while you're on holiday.


The sports centre in La Plagne has a multisports court where you can play indoor football.

Ice-skating / Hockey

There are a number of places you can go Ice-skating in La Plagne. It's a fun thing to do with the family, or in a group if you want to do something a little bit different for apres ski. Near the centre of Les Coches you've got an artificial covered rink which is open every Tuesday in summer and in winter every Tuesday and Wednesday but only during the school holidays. It's at the top of the Montchavin gondola.

Indoor activities in La Plagne

Bowling is a good thing to do if the weather turns bad or if you've got non-skiers or a larger group to entertain.

Indoor climbing

If you don't fancy climbing outdoors, or you're new to climbing and want to give it a go in an indoor centre, then La Plagne has somewhere for you to go. Climbing equipment is normally provided, or you can bring your own and insurance is normally needed before you hit the climbing wall.

Museums & Galleries

To learn about the history and traditions of La Plagne, visit the Pierre Borrione Museum, featuring an exhibition that takes you from the Neolithic to the present day. Or you can head to the Grotte des Glaces, in the Chiaupe glacier at the top of Bellecôte (3417m), an ice cave that has been dug every winter since 2005.


Many people would not automatically think of La Plagne as a place to shop. However the town boasts some great stores. As you would expect from an outdoor sports Mecca, there are plenty sports stores where you can get your hands on some of the top mountaineering, ski and snowboard brands but there are also some fashionable clothing stores, and plenty of shops selling traditional mountin goods.

Spas and massages in La Plagne

If it is calm and relaxation you are after then head to a luxury day spa or book in for massage therapies and beauty treatments. A day spa is also the perfect activity when the weather turns. You can keep warm and revive aching muscles in saunas, steam rooms and jacuzzis or take a refreshing dip in a swimming pool.


There are a number of places where you can play squash whilst you're in La Plagne either during winter or summer. Normally located in the main sports centre, you should be able to rent all you need on site. Alternatively some of the hotels or spas have their own squash courts too.


If you'd like to take a dip indoors, you'll be able to find somewhere to go for a swim in La Plagne. Most hotels, lots of chalets and apartments have their own swimming facilities, however there are also municipal swimming baths that you can visit, which often come free with your lift pass purchase. In summer and winter you should be able to find somewhere to take a dip, so don't forget your towel and your swimming costume or shorts.