Travelling to Morzine
Morzine, in the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area, is one of the most accessible ski resorts in the Alps. Situated in the Northern Alps, Morzine is just a 70 minute flight from southern UK airports, and the airport transfer from Geneva is just 80 minutes. It is also one of the shortest trips by both train and car from the UK, as Morzine is located further north than most of the major alpine ski resorts.
Geneva Airport Transfers
We can organise return Geneva airport transfers for your group. There is no additional cost for this service – guests normally find that it is easier for us to organise them for their group. We can also be paid in pounds sterling that will help you avoid any foreign exchange fees.
Geneva Airport Transfer Prices 2018/19
Private Transfers One-Way
1 px – €210
2 px – €210
3 px – €210
4 px – €210
5 px – €220
6 px – €220
7 px – €220
8 px – €220
Shared Transfers One-Way
1 px – €41.50
2 px – €81
3 px – €121.50
4 px – €148
5 px – €164.50
6 px – €181
7 px – €182.50
8 px – €208
Please note that for Peak Private transfers (Sun 10 and Sun 17 Feb) the prices are €231 for 1px – 4px and €242 for 5px – 8px.
*Passengers on shared transfers may share with passengers on flight arrivals that land within 60 minutes of each other.
Travelling to Morzine by Train
The Eurostar goes directly to Paris then you must change to the SNCF TGV that goes all the way to Cluses (28km from Morzine) or Thonon-Les-Bain (33 km from Morzine). Click here for more information. Transfers can then be organised to Morzine ski resort.
Travelling to Morzine by Car
Morzine is about a 9 hour drive from Calais along the Toll Roads. Expect to pay about €60 for the tolls. From the A40 Motorway (the Geneva/Chamonix road) leave A40 at exit no. 18, signposted Scionzier/Taninges/Samoens, then follow signposts to Taninges. Turn left at the end of Taninges (sign posted Les Gets / Morzine). Morzine is a 20 minute drive from Taninges.
Morzine and the Portes du Soleil’s proximity to both Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc assures that the ski area has an outstanding snow record. Ski passes can be bought separately for the Morzine/Les Gets ski area, or for the whole Portes du Soleil ski area.
We recommend that ski hire be organised in advance before you arrive in Morzine. This is particularly important during the school holidays when the best Morzine ski hire companies book out all of their equipment before the week has started.
It is possible to purchase a Morzine / Les Gets ski pass (beginners and intermediates) or a full Portes du Soleil ski pass (intermediates and above). We are able to organise ski passes in advance for you, meaning they will be waiting in your ski chalets in Morzine on your arrival in resort.
Having attained the national tourist label ‘family plus,’ Morzine is very much a family friendly ski resort. There is a huge amount of choice for ski schools for children, and also a good local creche and several British nanny companies.
Skiing and snowboarding aside, Morzine ski resort has a huge amount to offer during your ski chalet holiday. Please see the below list of activities for a few ideas of how to spend your time when you are not on the slopes.
Whether a skier or non-skier, your ski chalet holiday in Morzine would not be complete without a bit of pampering and a massage.
During your stay at one of our catered ski chalets in Morzine your chef has one evening off a week on a Wednesday. This means that you will eat out one day of the week during your ski chalet holiday with us.
A ski chalet holiday would not be complete without the apres ski experience and Morzine has more to offer than most. A vibrant alpine town both in and out of season, there are lots of options to cater for various atmospheres and wallet sizes.
Morzine, in the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area, is one of the most accessible ski resorts in the Alps. Situated in the Northern Alps, Morzine is just a 70 minute flight from southern UK airports, and the airport transfer from Geneva is just 80 minutes.