OLALA ! French courses in  Chamonix & Provence provençale*.



lLe Petit Montagnard - Olala French courses. 

747 route des Gaillands 74400 Chamonix

siret 440 890 440 RCS Annecy


Learn French

Discover France

Enjoy an experience

and much more...



Reinforced curriculum and lots of flexibility !
 With Olala Chamonix & Frantastique, learn French daily with an e-mail, a story, and a personalized correction. In each lesson, follow the adventures of Victor Hugo (who came in Chamonix and had some adventures on Mer De Glace in 1825) as he explores the Francophone universe. The lessons are humorous, practical and include a wide variety of accents. 
The exercices with Frantastique are immediatly corrected, you and the teacher receive the feedback.
The teacher is aware of your progress, your strengths and weaknesses so that

the tutoring is prepared and fully adapted to your own needs.


Daily routine is the key

good for all level

from A2 to C2 !

Adults &  Teens

 6 months


 120  Frantastique lessons  (5 lessons a week) 


  +  block of 12h of One2One online   :  850 €

 meeting twice a month


 +  block of 20h of One2One online  :  1250 €

almost once a week


12 months or/and more One2One on request


your Frantastique lessons

are activated immediatly after your payment


your One2One classes

are scheduled at your convenience with Olala ! 


 email here 








Did you know that Victor Hugo came in Chamonix valley when he was 23 with is wife and his babygirl Léopoldine ?  It was in August 1825 . There is no picture of course but there is one showing another inconic French man in valley, Gustave Eiffel. The famous ingeneer who finished the famous tower two years before, came in Chamonix in 1891 on the request of the french astronom Jules Janssen to study  if it was possible to build an observatory at the mont Blanc summit.  Eiffel said no !  
But Janssen refused to admit it and ...asked another ingeneer to built it. Result :   a catastroph !  The" the highest observatory in the world disapeared in the ice few years later.

ALORS ( so) ? asked Jules Janssen in his white beard

NO ! answered Gustave Eiffel. Impossible

Victor Hugo jeune