Parking in the Val Thorens Valley
There are plenty of car parks in the Val Thorens valley, though finding spaces is very difficult. There is very limited on street parking as it is a semi-pedestrian resort and we wouldn't recommend on street parking as cars are regularly towed to enable snow clearing. So be very careful.
Below is a list of all the car parks available to tourists. For more information you can visit the offical Val Thorens parking website by following this link.
Val Thorens 2300
There are 5 car parks in Val Thorens 2300, P0, P1, P2, P3, P4. P2 offers covered and uncovered parking, with the uncovered parking offering accessibility for motorhomes.
P0: Maximum Height 2.20m
P1: Maximum Height 1.85m
P2 (Covered): Maximum Height 2.14m
P2 (Uncovered): No Maximum Height
P3 (Uncovered): No Maximum Height
P4 (Uncovered): No Maximum Height
All of the car parks offer unrestricted access, so if you wish to use your car during your stay you can. You can find the location of each of the car parks following this link to an interactive map.
There are free outdoor parking spaces in each district of Les Menuires. Covered parking spaces are available at La Croisette for €50 per week.
Once you arrive in Les Menuire you won't need your car beacause of the excellent shuttle service.
You can book your parking via this link
Saint Martin de Belleville
Parking is free in the village of Saint-Martin-de-Belleville.
Near the shops, however, there are blue zones where parking is restricted. To use these spaces, ask for your free parking disc at the Maison du Tourisme.
Free parking available at the car parks of Le Cochet, La Duche and Château Feuillet.