Ski holidays are looking as popular as ever, despite Brexit uncertainty, and Club Med has revealed the most popular destination for Britons to hit the slopes.
The French Alps top the polls for ski trips, it's revealed. Twenty eight percent of those polled visited the French Alps last winter and Club Med revealed the 2018-2019 season is set to match this. While France remains the most popular ski destination for British skiers, it's closely followed by Austria and Switzerland.
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The current political climate will, of course, have an affect on people's holidaymaking decisions but it seems rather than political news being the crux of the issue, currency fluctuations are more likely to cause bother for Brits.
Canadian ski market
Estelle Giraudeau, Managing Director, Club Med UK and Northern Europe said: "Despite the economic outlook casting a shadow on much of the travel industry with Brexit, Club Med continues to see strong year on year growth and we have ambitious expansion plans in the ski market.
"In December 2018 we will open a new mountain resort located in the French Alps, Les Arcs Panorama. Bookings started on 14 March 2018 and so far, this new ski resort is among the season’s best-sellers.
"Over the course of the next three years we are also set to move into the ever expanding and popular Canadian ski market, with Le Massif de Charlevoix in Québec, as well as keep expanding in Asia with a new ski resort in China.”
All 22 Club Med winter ski resorts are all-inclusive: the prices range to include lift passes and ski lessons, food and drink.