French ski resort Hammock Beach in southern France has been closed after a fire broke out during the night.
The resort is located in a large lake called Lac La Bassée in the Pyrenees, and is home to about 5,000 guests.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Twitter that the resort was evacuated due to “a serious fire” at the resort.
Hammock has been in the news recently due to a series of extreme weather events.
It’s been the scene of many deadly blazes, including a massive wildfire in February that left at least 17 people dead.
In October, a fire caused by a lightning strike destroyed more than 10,000 structures, including dozens of homes.
The French Interior Ministry said that firefighting teams had been dispatched to the resort in the wake of the incident.
French ski resorts are often among the hottest spots in France, which is typically the most expensive in the world for ski resorts.
In fact, the French Alps can only be reached by two main routes, one by a winding mountain trail and the other by a more direct route.