Ever wondered how sleeping in an igloo feels like? Check out the following European igloo villages and see why this unique winter getaway experience should definitely be on your bucket list.
With various locations across the Alps and the Pyrenees, the German company Iglu Dorf is probably the first name that comes to mind when thinking of European igloo villages. Rebuilt every season, these magical establishments made of ice and snow provide guests with some truly unique sleeping experiences.
From Zermatt to Andorra, each of their 7 igloo villages is beautifully decorated in a different art theme every year and includes a treasure trove of perks, from snow parks and snow bars to outstanding saunas.
Village Igloo Blacksheep, France
Perched 2118 m above sea level, right in the heart of La Plagne ski area, Village Igloo Blacksheep offers charming igloo accommodation accompanied by majestic views of Mont Blanc and delicious Savoyard meals.
Ranging from romantic retreats to spacious igloos that can accommodate up to 5 guests, their frozen units come complete with winter sleeping bags and faux fur blankets to ensure maximum comfort. If cold is not your thing, the village’s hot igloo is an ideal option.