Val Thorens en coche

¿En unos días estará en Val Thorens?

Gorro y guantes de esquí, pero también bañador y toalla para el gimnasio... ¡el coche está casi listo para disfrutar como nunca de las pistas de esquí! Pero... ¿seguro que no ha olvidado nada?

Aquí encontrará toda la información necesaria para organizar bien su viaje a Val Thorens por carretera.


Aviso: desde el 1 de noviembre de 2021, las cadenas o los neumáticos de invierno son obligatorios en las zonas de montaña

Para limitar los atascos en las carreteras de las regiones montañosas y mejorar la seguridad de los usuarios de la carretera, en algunos municipios es obligatorio equiparse con neumáticos de invierno o llevar cadenas en el maletero durante el periodo invernal. Esta obligación entró en vigor el 1 de noviembre de 2021.

Así, para venir a Val Thorens, los vehículos ligeros, los vehículos comerciales y las autocaravanas deben :

  • llevar cadenas de nieve metálicas o textiles en el maletero para equipar al menos dos ruedas motrices
  • o estar equipado con cuatro neumáticos de invierno

Our tips for travelling by car:

  • 45 days to go: for a smooth arrival, book your parking space online at (up to 7 days before arrival). The car park (covered or uncovered) will be allocated according to availability, vehicle height and distance from accommodation.
  • 7 days to go: Prepare your specialist driving equipment (snow socks or snow chains, attention from November 1st 2021, special equipment will be mandatory to come to Val Thorens) and check the resort map to locate your accommodation and find out where to pick up the keys.
  • 1 day to go and on arrival day: check the traffic and weather conditions here or on social media.


Arrival day:

  • If you arrive early and you've already booked a parking space, park in the 24hr car park.
  • If you haven't pre-booked, pay for a slot at the P0 or P1 car park reception, from Friday at 2pm to Sunday at 8pm, or at the P2 car park reception open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (please do not park in front of the barrier while paying). Outside these hours, automatic cash desks are at your disposal.
  • If you arrive on time, pick up the keys to your accommodation, do a quick stop to drop off luggage (and any family or friends who also need dropping off) then drive straight to your pre-booked parking space. The resort is semi-pedestrianised and cars are only allowed in to drop off luggage.
  • If you're parked in P3 or P4, a free shuttlebus runs to the resort centre (timetables can be downloaded here).
  • Motorhomes can park in the P2 car park, right at the resort entrance (please note that spaces cannot be guaranteed without pre-booking). A “Flot Bleu” service point (which operates on 2€ coins) is available for emptying wastewater and filling up freshwater tanks. You will need your own source of electricity as there is no charging point.


VALTHOPARC services:

  • Car wash in a heated area equipped with a hoover and an inflator (€1 and €2 coins, information and access to the P2 car park). Open from 6 am to 10 pm every day.
  • Sale of snow socks and snow chains (wide choice) at the Valhtoparc counters, as well as antifreeze for diesel engines, brushes, etc.
  • Valet service (private and secure car park), which offers to pick up your vehicle at the foot of the residence on your arrival and departure (only on Saturdays). Possibility of an external wash of the car.
  • 20 new electric recharging points are available in the 3 covered car parks P0, P1 and P2.

Find out more about the resort's car parks


Club Val Thorens : an unmissable opportunity with Val Thorens

Transportes Servicios de la estación
Parking P2
Transportes Varios Servicios de la estación
Garage Gapihan
Transportes Servicios de la estación
Parking P4
Transportes Servicios de la estación
Parking P0
Transportes Servicios de la estación Clean United
Transportes Servicios de la estación
Parking P1
Transportes Servicios de la estación
Parking P3