Headed for the slopes of the French Alps this ski season?
We can get you from Geneva to Val d’Isere in the best possible time! We’ll transport you in comfort and style, allowing you to make the most of your holiday.
Before you get packed for the pistes, it always helps to know a little bit more about your journey. So, let’s get started.
First things first - let’s talk prices. We can offer competitive rates thanks to our transparent pricing structure.
We don’t have fixed prices, our quotes are based on a number of different factors:
We apply a standard charge and then work out how we can lower it. This means our prices are only ever reduced - not increased. Every little helps when it comes to a ski trip!
With private or shared transfers, it’s always cheaper to travel midweek. You could end up saving yourself up to 60% more compared to the weekend.
Bear in mind that traffic and weather conditions can alter transfer times.
What would you like to know about your transfer from Geneva Airport to Val d’Isere?
Here’s a look at some of the most frequently asked questions:
The standard route will take you through via Annecy (along Lake Annecy) and Albertville, followed by a 32km climb up the mountain road Bourg St Maurice.
If you need to stop off at a supermarket for some last-minute supplies or a bite to eat, your driver will be more than happy to take you where you need to go.
Should you feel unwell at the high altitude and need to pull over, simply ask and we will do our best to accommodate your every need.
Some more good news - we can take you via our Geneva ski rental store should you need to pick-up some ski gear! Here you’ll have your ski and snowboard equipment fitted by professionals, saving you from having to queue up once you get to the resort.
Download our Alps2Alps app to track your driver’s live location, as well as unlock other benefits.
You’ll receive a notification should your driver get delayed, and receive an accurate and up to date pick up time.
Alps2Alps can also happily collect you from a nearby train station should you need.
The closest to Val d’Isere ski resort include:
These can be easily reached from all major cities in France. Simply inform us of your travel requirements or route changes.
Sometimes, your journey needs to be changed or altered for a variety of different reasons.
Alternative airports near Val d’Isere include:
The nearest airport to Val d’Isere is in fact Chambery. Whichever route you choose, we’ll ensure we never compromise on safety of professionalism. For example, we can get you from Grenoble Airport to Val d’Isere in just as much comfort, with all the same services!
However, bear in mind that not all of these airports are as well-equipped as Geneva. Chambery, for example, has fewer airlines flying into it and is only open in the winter months.
We can equip our cars with a multitude of different items, such as booster seats, depending on your specifications. Simply inform us before you travel.
You simply can’t get the same perks with public transport options. With our airport transfers, you’ll receive:
While a bus to Val d’Isere is another option, for example, this may result in delays due to the multiple changes and waiting around.
Sitting approximately 5km from the city centre, Geneva Airport (GVA) is one of the busiest airports to service the Alps.
Plenty of keen skiers choose this as their starting point before continuing on their unforgettable holiday. Many arrivals touch down in Geneva each and every day, so it’s advisable to book your flights early!
Another tip: if you’re flying with your own skis, always check how much you’ll be charged. Some airlines have extra baggage fees for ski equipment. Avoid this charge on the return journey by using our ski depot storage solution.
Once your transfer to Geneva to Val d’Isere is complete, there’s plenty to look forward to.
Recognised as one of Europe’s highest altitude resorts (2500m), Val d’Isere is situated in the hugely popular Espace Killy. It has something for everyone, starting from free access to the nursery slopes to some epic off-piste.
The resort itself is made up of three main areas, up the valley towards Italy is Le Fornet, ‘Val Village’ in the centre and La Daille is down the valley and is closest to Tignes.
The village’s high altitude makes it easier for it to offer impressive snow cover all season long. In fact, Val d’Isere is one of the highest traditional ski villages in Europe.
Your ski pass will give you access to around 300km of downhill skiing, with 154 individual pistes, served by 87 ski lifts. Whatever level of experience you have, Val d’Isere has so many things to offer. From a range of varied beginner slopes to exciting off-piste options for the thrill-seekers.
Booking your ski transfer couldn’t be easier! The quickest way to do so is online, but you can email or phone us if you prefer.
Booking online takes less than 5 minutes and we’ll guarantee it immediately. If your chosen service or destination isn’t available, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll do everything we can to assist you.