The Czech Republic doesn't often spring to mind when starting to plan a ski holiday but it offers a number of small, good value resorts dotted along its mountain ranges. Despite being lower in altitude than their French and Italian counterparts, skiing in the Czech Republic is well-suited to beginners and intermediates. Those looking for endless kilometers of pistes should look elsewhere, but for those looking for pretty, tree lined slopes and good value for money this is a really great option.
Our Czech Republic ski holidays were featured in The Guardian because of their great value. Janske Lazne is a unique tourist and spa centre in the east of the Giant Mountains close to the Polish border. The resort offers a total of 20km of pistes so it’s ideal for short ski holidays.