Shopping In Les Gets

By |2019-10-16T11:42:08+00:00July 16th, 2019|
THE BEST CLOTHING AND SKI SHOPPING FOR MILES

Berthet-Sports, Route du Front de Neige

Established in 1949 by Jean Berthet, a passionate international skier, and his wife Yolande, the shop offers the most prestigious and specialized ski and sportswear collections in the region. Here you can buy and hire top brand ski hardware and clothing but it also has beautiful off-mountain clothing brands and a shop floor large enough to keep you busy for hours They stock brands such as Moncler, Kjus, Dolce & Gabbana, Sorel, Napapijri to Poivre Blanc, Patagonia, Bogner, M & F Gibaud, Max & Moi, Berenice, UGG and Sartore. It’s your destination if you want to treat yourself and certainly popular with the locals. Just don’t be fooled by any sale items that may be displayed on the front terrace, Berthet-Sports genuinely offers the best fashion fix for miles around.

FOR MOUNTAIN INSPIRED INTERIORS AND PERFECT PRESENTS

Un Amour de Noel, Rue du Centre

It wouldn’t matter which city or town this home interior shop was located in, it’s a must visit for those on a shopping quest. Un amour de noel has the most gorgeous interior furnishings, from larger pieces of furniture, to smaller items, including stylish kitchenware and beautiful accessories (that will fit perfectly in your hand luggage!). It is contemporary and mountain inspired, but not mountain dominated, so you can create interior luxury back at home, or re-create mountain luxury away from the Alps. Find it next to the Les Gets cinema.

LOCAL BUTCHER AND STREET FOOD SELLER

Le Boucherie Rossin, Rue du Centre

For 70 years this local butcher has been selling the highest quality local meats and now does so from an impressive glass-fronted shop. Inside, the modern interior is clean and slick with the highest quality meats and regional products on display including local cheeses and wines. This is the perfect stop off if you decide to BBQ on the chalet terrace or want to pack a mountain top lunch. Better still, every Saturday, you will find the local butcher cooking some of his best local sausages ready for immediate post-piste consumption. Unlike many locals shops and vendors, this butcher is quite social media savvy so check out their Facebook page or watch their YouTube video!

PERFECT PICNICS AND TAKE HOME PRESENTS AND GIFTS

Le Grenier d’Autrefois, Rue du Centre

The ‘attic for former times’ is a wonderful shop for purchasing local products, regional gifts and just plain old spoiling yourself. If you are enjoying a luxury self-catered break you can create the ultimate afternoon tea including local cheeses, saucissons, freshly roasted chicken, local soups, pâtés, wines and biscuits. If you want to spoil friends back at home, share the alpine spirit with regional gifts from this shop.

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