‘Kids Rule’: Kids Go Free at La Clusaz

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‘Kids Rule’: Kids Go Free at La Clusaz

‘Kids Rule’ in La Clusaz gives under 12s free accommodation, free meals and drinks and unlimited access to activities!

La Clusaz is a commune and ski resort in the Alps, in the Haute-Savoie region near the Swiss border. The name derives from the word ‘cluse’, meaning a narrow path between two mountains, capturing La Clusaz’s stunning location amongst the Aravais mountains in the sunny, idyllic Aravais Valley. The town is 30 miles from Annecy airport in France, 50 from Geneva, Switzerland, and also accessible by TGV to Annecy.

The ‘Kids Rule’ card lets under 12s stay, eat and play in La Clusaz for free, as long as you make a reservation a week in advance. Your little ones will get free accommodation, free meals and drinks as well as unlimited access to activities such as archery, tennis and crazy golf. They will also be able to visit an aqua park, the Bélier Club leisure park and the Talloires and Angon beachs as much as they like – for free! To check out other activities included and the accommodation to which the offer applies, visit this site.

Using the Kids Rule card in conjunction with package deals for holidays in La Clusaz, you can get a fantastic, action-packed family holiday at an extremely reasonable price. There are also some fantastic chalets in La Clusaz for a memorable stay in a beautiful alpine town.

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