Founded by British skier Peter Lindsay in 1938, Meribel is also known as the Little England of the Alps and is a huge British magnet. It is a common thing to hear English more than French here so you don’t have to be afraid that somebody will not understand or you will not be understood.
Resort is situated near the town of Moutiers and it is located in Three Valleys ski area, so one can use a ski pass to gain access to the earth's largest lift connected ski area. That is definitely one of the main reasons why Meribel airport transfers are highly demanded from skiers and boarders all over the world.
If you are ready to visit this wonderful ski resort, the best way of getting there is by our Meribel airport transfers which will take you straight to the resort. There are three airports within 2 to 3 hour drive to resort, which makes winter holidays to this destination perfectly feasible. All you have to do is jump into a plane and head to one of these airports:
Whichever airport you choose, getting to the resort will be convenient and quick. Use our provided private or shared transfers to Meribel and receive a top quality service for a relatively low price.
Meribel itself has 150km of pistes – steep slopes for free-riders, calm, tree-lined runs for beginners. There are two snow parks in Meribel - DC Area 43 with mini skate ramp, three street lines, and lots of rails, and The Moon Park with tables, rails etc. In total, there are 76 runs:
For beginners, the gentle green slopes at Altiport and the nursery slopes at Rond Point make a good starting point. Intermediates can enjoy some of the area’s best pistes south of Mottaret, but for the more experienced skiers the red Combe Vallon piste or the Face run (created for the downhill races in the 1992 Olympics) are a good option.
Meribel has invested huge amounts of money to make sure their lift system is one of the best in the world. No wonder why Meribel airport transfers are always booked in advance!
For accommodation you can use chalets – traditional and a little bit primitive, but definitely authentic, but there’s also a good selection of hotels and self-catering apartments. Because of restrictions on multi-floor buildings in the area, Meribel has spread 10km across the valley.
If you’re looking to have a good meal - Meribel has plenty of options for you. Savoyard cuisine and much more can be found in multiple high-quality restaurants around the resort. Where there are Brits, there are bars. Meribel has one of the finest selections of bars between French Alpine resorts.
Choose our transfers to Meribel and enjoy a hassle free ride from airport to resort and back. You will see - this great resort is not that far away. Book now and have an amazing holidays! Meribel airport transfers - your best choice.