Places to visit

Discover our local heritage

Le village d'Albanne, à 1600 m d'altitude, se situe 6 km après la station des Karellis avec laquelle il est relié par les pistes (téléski d'Albanne-niveau 2ème étoile). Easy! Restaurant, chalets, inn, church: a typical mountain village.

Montricher village at 1,200 metres altitude is 5km before Les Karellis. It is a 10-minute drive to that resort. Restaurant, eco-museum, traditional bread oven, church...

Village website


5km below the resort

Reconstruction of life in Montricher village in the past. In a former private residence in the heart of Montricher village, come and discover life in olden times, houses, working the fields, working with wood... In the basement there is a reconstruction of how slates were made, a trade that lasted until the early 1970s.
Open during the winter season, in summer on request, Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 5pm.
More information:
Adults: 2 €  - Enfants 7 /18 ans : €1. Group bookings possible, all year round: Tel.: +33 (0)4 79 59 61 50 

écomusée montricher


6km from the resort
Every Wednesday (the day may vary), there is a guided tour of Albanne village and its Baroque church. Can be reached on foot from Les Karellis. Meet in Albanne car park at 10am. No registration required, free of charge.

All the Maurienne Baroque churches can be visited on the "Chemins du Baroque" tour. Visit the Espace Baroque in Lanslebourg. Tel.: +33 (4) 79 05 90 42.

village albanne


15km from the resort, Saint Jean de Maurienne is the historical capital of Maurienne and has many sights to see: 

the cathedral, the cloisters, the crypt.

Museum of Mauriennais traditions and costumes, in the former Bishop's Palace.

The unmissable Museum of Opinel Knives, open every day except Sunday and bank holidays, from 9am to 12pm and 2 to 7pm. Free entry.


Saint Jean de Maurienne Tourist Information Office

A little history... A genuine pioneer, the founder of Les Karellis Pierre Lainé built the resort taking into account the environment (natural and human), the economy (financial rewards...
Idea for a Savoie recipe Creamy sweet polenta with genepi panna cotta: A traditional alpine dish, polenta is an original way to eat grain, as part of a varied diet. This corn meal is...

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