Posted on 15 June 2009 by Dan Johnson
Siblu is offering the perfect low-cost alternative for ski-fan families who are swapping their holiday in the snow for a sunshine break this summer: a 65m long outdoor dry-ski slope at Domaine de Kerlann holiday parc in southern Brittany.
The slope is open from 8 July to 8 August, and means you can follow a day by the beach with a session on the piste.
Two twisting synthetic toboggan runs will accompany the giant dry-ski slope, providing plenty of fun for families. Three hours of skiing costs from just 8€ per person, with skis, shoes and poles included.
Domaine de Kerlann is one of the most popular holiday parcs in southern Brittany, and is packed with facilities. There is a large water complex, free children’s clubs for different ages and a variety of sports on offer.
Away from the piste and the parc, southern Brittany’s coastline has white-sand beaches, serene harbours and craggy coves, plus there are frequent picnic spots and coastal paths with stunning views.
So why not swap your flip flops for skis, and sunglasses for ski goggles on an exceptional summer holiday.