Landry, chief-town

At the foot of the magnificent church dedicated to St Michel archangel, Landry is the estuary village of the Peisey valley.

at 800 m of height, not be far from two main villages of Haute-Tarentaise (Aime and Bourg-Saint-Maurice), at the crossroads to several big places of interest (Peisey-Vallandry, Montchavin, Versant du soleil) and to the Paradiski's ski areas. This traditional village is a privileged residence place and a stage of charm for the long-term travelers.  

Landry village has built its Vallandry ski resort on one of its high mountain pastures in the 80s'. 

Direct stop-off access by train :  Landry's SNCF train station, line of Bourg Saint Maurice. 

Landry offers hotel, B&B or camping/caravan accommodation.