Ski season is just around the corner! Every year, ski and snowboard lovers of all levels flock to Europe’s ski slopes. But when you add up lodging costs and the cost of ski passes, prices can quickly skyrocket. Which ski resorts are the cheapest in Europe, and where’s the best place to head to to still have money left over for all those après-ski parties?


Roubin les Buisses, France | €40

The gold medal for the cheapest European ski resort goes to. Roubin les Buisses in France! Nestled in the heart of the French Alps at an altitude between 1,420 and 1920 meters, this picturesque ski resort enchants all skiers with breathtaking mountain views and world-class slopes. With 7 ski lifts and a diverse range of slopes for all levels, from gentle runs for beginners to challenging black diamonds for experts, it is a haven for winter sports enthusiasts. The charming Alpine village exudes warmth and hospitality, complemented by cozy lodges and delicious après-ski options. Ski passes cost 20 euros in high season and accommodation prices start as low as 26 euros per night!

Roubin les Buisses - cheapest ski resorts Europe

Réallon, Frankrijk | €43

We stay in France with the second cheapest ski resort. Located in the French Alps, Réallon offers winter sports enthusiasts 8 elevators and 30 kilometers of slopes. Beginners can enjoy gentle green slopes, while advanced skiers can explore a variety of blue and red runs. For the more adventurous, Réallon offers challenging black diamond runs. The resort’s intimate atmosphere, surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery and tranquil lakes, creates an idyllic setting for an unforgettable winter getaway. A 1-day ski pass costs 25 euros in both high and low seasons, and vacation rentals range from 17 to 19 euros per night.

Lans en Vercors, Frankrijk | €43

Believe it or not, but in third place is yet another ski resort in the French Alps: Lans en Vercors is a charming ski resort in the heart of the French Alps and invites outdoor enthusiasts for winter fun. Thanks to its convenient location at altitudes ranging from 1,400 to 1,800 meters, the ski resort impresses with breathtaking alpine landscapes. The ski area offers 12 ski lifts and 23 kilometers of slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Beginners can enjoy gentle practice slopes, while advanced skiers can choose from blue and red runs. Depending on the high or low season, day passes cost between 19 and 22 euros. Overnight stays can be booked from 18 euros in low season.

This tells us that France is currently – and by far, the most affordable wintersport destination, but a surprising ski resort in Greece of all places, came in at number 7. Read here about Vasilitsa, Greece. Are you curious about the other 7 cheapest ski resorts in Europe? Check out Holidu for the full list!

Vasilitsa, skiing in Greece
Vasilitsa, Greece

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