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Valcenis Lanslebourg Restaurant Tatatine
Maurienne valley, Savoy Alps

Restaurant chez tata'tine

Capitale du ski en Haute Maurienne (Vanoise), Val Cenis allie traditions, patrimoine et sports d’hiver. L'harmonie et l'ambiance de cette station village associées aux richesses naturelles et aux merveilles baroques composent ce petit paradis situé face au Parc National de la Vanoise...


Deux villages, Lanslebourg et Lanslevillard, parmi les pins cembros centenaires et les chalets d’alpage aux toits de lauzes, à quelques lacets de l’Italie par le prestigieux Col du Mont-Cenis, Val Cenis vous permettra de vous ressourcer.

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Uploaded: 30/03/2009
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