Despite its small size, Oz actually has an impressive range of attractions for those looking for activities to get involved in off the slopes. Everything being conveniently nearby also means that no buses or cars are needed to enjoy these attractions, making the experience as hassle-free as possible.
As well as several delightful traditional restaurants, pizzerias and bars dotted around the central street, there's also a selection of shops, the majority of these being well-stocked ski and sport shops, and a couple selling delicious regional foods and souvenirs.
The swimming pool at the Villages Clubs du Soleil (+33 476 80 09 53) is open to all and has jacuzzi baths, sauna and steam room, as well as aquagym classes.
A climbing wall has recently opened in the same building as the Tourist Office, and offers free access (no equipment supplied). During school holidays, beginner climbing sessions for children and adults are also provided, and can be booked through the Tourist Office (+33 476 80 78 01) .
There's an ice rink in the centre of the village during winter, and floodlit tobogganing is also possible.