Arc 1800 truly has it all. Consisting of four intertwined high-altitude villages, it gives superlative access to the pistes and trails of Les Arcs whilst featuring a large number of stand-alone attractions, great nightlife and a well-populated annual calendar of events.
The pedestrianised centre of the resort is roughly split into Le Charvet and Les Villards, although it is not a long walk from one end to the other. Arc 1800 has expanded more than the other resorts and there are separate developments, such as Edenarc in the higher Chantel quarter and the Mercure hotel in Charmettoger towards Peisey-Vallandry. As a ski resort, Arc 1800 is very central and it is possible to ski to each of the other Les Arcs villages (except Villaroger) following a single trip on a chairlift or gondola.
As the largest resort, Arc 1800 has the most attractions, events and facilities for holidaymakers. The modern Mille 8 sports complex offers multiple activities depending on the season, including sledging, swimming, mountain karting and boardercross. Elsewhere in the village you can traverse adventure parks built in the trees, play laser tag, go ten-pin bowling, take in a round of golf and much, much more.
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