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La Plagne apres ski

03 February 2009
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La Plagne may be quieter than Verbier or Val d'Isere, but visitors will still find plenty of apres ski action on offer.

When it comes to dining out, Telegraph writer Matt Barr recommends La Ferme du Forperet in Plagne Montalbert which, interestingly, only sells cheese-based dishes.

"They make their own cheese on site and use it in the house speciality fondue de mandrin along with cider and apples," he commented.

Other top eateries include Le Mangeoire, which is home to renowned chef Jean Michel Bouvier and offers a menu based on local specialities.

When it comes to the nightlife, holidaymakers are advised to head to La Luna in Plagne Centre or to La Montana for a "mellower option".

One of Europe's most popular short ski holiday destinations, La Plagne comprises six high-altitude resorts and four picturesque mountain villages.

Short Ski Holidays to La Plagne.
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