The Tarentaise Valley is a national heritage area of exceptionnal importance :
Inhabited since Neolithic, Bozel is the quintessence of the Savoyard village since the Middle Ages.
Administrative Centre and shops at the valley below, and habitat shelled in seven hamlets clinging to the mountains: Villemartin, Tincave, The Mollinets, The Râtelard Lachenal, The Court, Les Moulins.
Bozel a shift from an altitude of 900 to 2558 meters, the summit of Mount Jovet. There, a 360 ° view: form the Mont Blanc Massif to the Vanoise glaciers.
In Bozel you walk in the footsteps of history: the "Sarazine Tower" (twelfth century) makes us imagine the Lords Rouge of Bozel's feudal power. The chapel of St. Barbe (16th century) recalls the strength and age of Christianity in the valley, to the Counter-Reformation Baroque.
While walking from village to village, you can also hear the echo of Tarines (cattle in the pasture of Tarentaise, used in France today to produce the cheese with a distinct flavor that comes from the high alpine villages of the Tarentaise valley), or locate the shaping of the landscape by obstinate mountain farmers, peasants became workers in the twentieth century.
Today Bozel lies in the Vanoise National Park  and the center of prestigious ski resorts such as Brides les Bains , Champagny, Courchevel, Méribel, La Tania and Pralognan la Vanoise.
Today Bozel is a growing town, accounting 2031 inhabitants in 2008.
Bozel Tourist Office , Tel: o4 79 55 03 77.
From Paris : 655 km / 6:20
From Lyon: 190 km / 2:10
From Geneva: 174 km / 2:00
From Valencia: 220 km / 2:20
From Grenoble : 118 km / 1:20
From Brittany : about 1000 km / 11:00
Bozel is located near 4 International airports:
Bozel is 15 minutes away from the railway station of Moûtiers.
Garage Picon / Renault : 04 79 55 03 31 Garage "Vanoise Automobile" / Peugeot : 04 79 22 01 54
South of Bozel
Nearby are the largest ski areas in the world.
East of Bozel
You can see the facade of the Grand Bec (3400 m), the Vanoise National Park , and the littles towns of Champagny en Vanoise] and Pralognan La Vanoise.
West of Bozel
Enjoy the Spa of Brides-les-Bains 
Visit the Capital of Tarentaise, Moûtiers.
North of Bozel
There are many hamlets, each with its own chapel and originality: Villemartin, Tincave, Les Mollinets, Le Râtelard, Lachenal, La Cour, Les Monts, Mirabozon.
The higher you climb, the closer the Mount Jovet (2552 M).
In the winter
Alpine skiing / skiing / snowshoe / toboggan / ski-touring / Snowboard ...
Bozel is an Ideal base camp for a ski getaway in one of the nearby ski resorts:
The Bozel Tourist Office sells ski passes of The 3 Vallées and Courchevel, that you can reach by a free shuttle (back and forth), in one quarter of an hour.
In the summer
A true Savoyard village, lively all year, Bozel is the ideal base for family outings, the quiet little trip ...or the great hike!
Two or tribe, everyone can find its account here: Pathways of Baroque, hamlets clinging to the sunny side of the mountain of Savoyard life, contemplative vistas of the Vanoise Massif, walking or relaxing ... One is spoiled for choice.
Playground- free access : Basketball, football, handball ...
Picnic - Tables / 2 barbecue
Landing area /paragliding
Walk on the loop Le Chevelu", or just stroll around the pond.
Daily fishing passes available at the Bar-Restaurant Le Saint Roch (04 79 22 09 88) in Bozel (Association of Licensed Fishing and protection of aquatic The Gaule Tarine)
Recall departmental regulations: 6 fish per fisherman per day during the authorized period.
Exit Bozel past the Chapel of Saint Barbe, and follow the path that leads to the balcony until La Saulce above Bridesle Bains.
For the disabled: until Le Ruisseau de la Roche
The Loop of Hamlets (easy - 2H)
Climb to the top of Bozel, above the Sarazine Tower, and take a right onto the marked trailhead.
Follow the direction of Villemartin, then the Ratelard, and finally Les Mollinets.
Fit by car to the village of Tincave. On leaving the village, walk on the path leading in turn to Le Châtelard, The Duy, then to Mont de la Guerre.
Mount Jovet Panorama (2558 m)
Mountain Trail Jovet by the Bois de la Cour (1550 m) - technically easy but tiring: 6 hours / high altitude.
Mount by car to the hamlet of La Cour (Parking at the exit of the hamlet, 5 minutes near the torrent). Return on foot in the center of the village and follow the path marked out to the refuge of Mount Jovet. There is then a last effort (45 min) to provide to admire a magnificent panorama (with a clear view of Mont Blanc Massif).
Mountain Trail Jovet by Le Bois des Perrières - less time: 3:00, but more challenging.
Park the car near the torrent after the hamlet of La Cour. From there, take the marked path on the left bank until the refuge of Mount Jovet
By car .. But not in camper!
In Bozel, take the road of Villemartin, then climb up mountains, By the hamlet La Cour ; from La Cour, the road becomes a dirt road over 20 km
This can be done in half an hour, but it can be hard on those who are not used to walk in the (high) mountains. Some passages may seem staggering, and you must pay attention to small children, both uphill and downhill. When considering a picnic up there (experience for small and large), remember to dress warmly!
Accommodation and meals by reservation with the Mountain Refuge of Mount Jovet in the summer from the 15/06 to the 15/09, , Tel: 04 79 55 03 77
Tours and Detours in the Vanoise National Park 
Bozel is a good starting point for many walks on long distance trails in the Vanoise National Park :
if you walk on the "heart" of the Park, rules must be respected, otherwise fine: do not pick flowers, fruits, Minerals / do not disturb the tranquility of the area / no dogs, even leashed / no camping or camp, except near the Refuges / no fire / down wastes, even at a crossing refuge / no paragliding or mountain biking (except a few tracks allowed)
You can improve the discovery, stopping for a meal or sleep in a refuge of Vanoise .
Leisure in Bozel
Baywatch, free access, fishing, walking, pedalo, playground, bar-restaurant: 04 79 55 03 77
Courchevel / Lac de La Rosiere
fishing, discovery trail, picnic, bar.
Courchevel / Lac du Praz
fishing, games, bar-restaurant.
Brides Les Bains: 04 79 55 23 24
Champagny: 04 79 22 06 75
Courchevel 1550: 04 79 08 14 51
Doucy Combelouviere : 04 79 24 45 72
Pralognan La Vanoise: 04 79 08 74 88
La Tania: 04 79 08 40 40
angling, flyfishing... in "Dorons", torrents or mountain lakes.
Daily fishing passes available at the Bar-Restaurant Le Saint Roch Bozel [discount for children under 18 years - offered by the Gaule tarine for children under 12 years - providing a picture of identity]. Information on opening dates with the Association of Licensed Fishing and protection of aquatic the Gaule Tarine - 6 fish per day per fisherman.
Heritage and Culture
Saracen Tower A bit of history Built in the 12th century, this tower bailey is first occupied by the lords Rouge, close to the Counts of Savoy and the Archbishop of Moutiers. The Tour will also the 13th century property and residence of the bishops of Tarentaise.
This tower is called'Saracen, like many others in Savoie, evidence that the violent incursions of Spanish pirates in the 9th and 10th centuries have left an enduring memory in the collective memory. But Saracens'orMoorishreally have nothing to do with the construction of this tower.
Permanent exhibition in free / free temporary exhibition
Permanent exhibition: Life and Traditions of the Valley of Bozel, from the Neolithic to the present.
Tour the 17/07/10 and 07/08/10 by a guide licensed by the FACIM .
The Baroque paths pass through its seven hamlets and Bozel Chapel of Our Lady of All Powers
Sainte Barbe Chapel
Church St. François de Sales
Pathways of Baroque
Heritage rural villages Bozel
The Mounts, The Court, Mirabozon, Lachenal, Tincave, The Râtelard, Villemartin the Mollinets, Les Moulins.
Brides Les Bains / Le Doron
Champagny / The Rhodo
Pralognan La Vanoise / Park
Moutiers / Rex
Eight at Eight: 04 79 55 03 67
Spar: 04 79 55 02 14
H. Bonjean: 04 79 55 01 77
Favre: 04 79 55 03 45
Caprice: 04 79 22 08 36
The Grignetta: 04 79 55 02 63
Cave of Miracles: 04 79 22 19 03
The Galetas : 04 79 55 03 76
The Cage O Sport : 04 79 55 00 39
Outlet: 04 79 07 09 87
Thomasport : 04 79 22 01 01
Tuesday: Moutiers (day) / Pralognan la Vanoise (day)
Wednesday: Brides les Bains (morning)
Thursday: Bozel (morning, small market)
Friday: Moutiers (morning) / Pralognan la Vanoise (day)
Only the market Moûtiers held throughout the year. The others are held in season only.
Blue Cross 04 79 55 00 66
The Saint-Roch 04 79 22 09 88
The Pizzeria Bonrieu 04 79 22 05 46
The Saracen Tower Pizzeria 04 79 55 00 05
Vanoise Coffee 04 79 22 09 14
Bistrot 04 79 06 25 38
Both summer and winter accommodations are offered for rent in furnished rentals accredited by the Tourist Office. Each lease has a label that promotes facilities.
General Practitioners / radiology
Medical Office Dr. Kerrien and Portugal: 04 79 22 09 08
Surgery and Dr. Jay Margiela: 04 79 22 03 08
Office Nurse: 04 79 22 03 12
E. Haicour: 04 79 22 09 22
G. Dravet: 06 50 30 09 47
C. Caquineau-Thiel: 04 79 06 52 91
L. Gastini: 04 79 00 27 34
Medical Office: 04 79 22 11 03
D. Demargne: 04 79 22 83 88
B. Chavoutier: 04 79 22 09 51
Pharmacy Vanoise: 04 79 22 19 20
emergency number from Mobile: 112
Hall Bozel: 04 79 55 03 06
Post Office: 04 79 55 00 70
Gendarmerie: 04 79 22 00 17
Public Library: 04 79 22 67 52
Religious service Sunday at 11 am, Church of St. Francis de Sales
Areas dedicated to the Internet Office of Tourism, the bar-restaurant Le Bistrot St Roch.
Carey's Déchetterie': 04 79 55 35 23
Off-winter: 07.30 / 12.00 - 14.00 / 17.30, Monday to Friday. 08.00 to 12.00 on Saturday.
Winter: 08.00 / 12.00 - 14.00 / 17.30, Monday to Friday. 08.00 to 12.00 on Saturday.
A weather broadcast is posted each morning at the Bozel Tourism Board office, and a newsletter on snow science (the study of snow characteristics, and thus of potential avalanche) is available every day.
You can get out of Bozel and enjoy visiting Grenoble, in the french department of Isere. You can also visit many other nice places all around the Savoie, or Haute Savoie : Annecy is quite amazing, and ofcourse, you have to go to Chamonix, and climb the Mont Blanc !... Maybe you'll prefer to take the Aiguille du Midi cable car, one of the highest cable cars in the world.