We are always keen to discuss opportunities and are happy to work with a wide range of businesses, individuals and organisers.
Alpine Elements is a specialist ski, snowboard and summer active holiday company which has been operating for over 17 years. We take over 20,000 clients away to France and Greece each year, many of whom are repeat guests or recommendations.
The Alpine Elements Group encompasses the brands, Alpine Elements, Ocean Elements, iGOSki, and Alpine Elements Bars & Restaurants.
Here at Alpine Elements, we manage our PR in-house. We are always keen to discuss opportunities and are happy to work with a wide range of businesses, individuals and organisations.
For further information about any press enquiries please contact one of our team or call 020 3949 8363.
Yachts and Yachting - May 2015
This relatively new player in the sailing holiday scene (which has been providing ski holidays for many years under the Alpine Elements banner in the familiar chalet and hotel styles)...
Venture to Vassiliki
Practical Boat Owner - March 2015
As the minibus snaked its way around the high mountains of the island of Lefkas, we caught tantalising glimpses of the turquoise Ionian Sea far below – and the sea was dotted with scores of yachts. This part of Greece is one of the worlds…
Yachts and Yachting - March 2015
The appeal of the Greek resort of Vassiliki is well-known among windsurfers; the ultra-reliable local wind, Eric, is chiefly responsible for a reputation that sees the resort rank regularly among the very top windsurf spots in the world…
Greece Beach Holidays
One Heli of a Time
Yachts and Yachting - February 2018
In need of a dinghy sailing fix, SUE PELLING headed to the bustling harbour town of Porto Heli, Greece, to find out if Ocean Elements’ Nautica Bay Beach Club holiday lived up to expectations...
A Family Watersports Holiday in Greece
Yachting Monthly - April 2016
You want a sailing holiday. The rest of the family are either keen but inexperienced or have no interest at all. Is there a way to please everyone? Simon Fevyer reports