Meribel Transfers

Airport transfers from Geneva to Meribel take around two and half hours. Our drivers will meet you in the arrivals lounge at Geneva airport with a sign with your booking name on and whisk you away in the direction of Meribel. Our private transfer service is door to door so you there is no stopping at other destinations on route and you have sole occupancy of our vehicle. 

We use modern and comfortable Volkswagen minibuses, all of our vehicles are alpine ready, our drivers are trained and very experienced in driving in this type of environment.

To book a transfer from Geneva to Meribel please use the quick quote form on the right of the page to get a competitive quote and request a booking.

Journey Distance

143 km

Estimated Travel Time

2h 25m

Getting to Meribel

Landing on the Swiss side of GVA airport our drivers will meet you with a smile and a sign with your name on in the arrivals area. Once loaded into your comfy minibus you will head straight in the direction of France. Your route will be heading in the direction of Albertville but first you will pass Annecy town and the 14km lake that resides next to the old part of the town. Enjoy views traveling close to the lake of Annecy, this is the really scenic part of the journey with the mountains rising up from behind the impressive lake that was formed only 18,000 years ago. After Annecy you will reach the town of Albertville.

Albertville held the Olympics in 1992 and remnants of this can still be seen in and around the Savoie ski resorts, the ski jump at La Tania and the Bob Sleigh at La Plagne.

Moutiers is the next town you visit and at this point you will head straight up the mountain road towards the 3 Valley’s ski area. The journey from here is about another 20 km up the winding road to your holiday destination Meribel. Have a bon week!!

About Meribel

Based in the Tarentaise Valley near the near the town of Moûtiers, Méribel Based in the Tarentaise Valley near the near the town of Moûtiers, Méribel is a ski resort comprising three areas: Méribel Centre, Méribel-Mottaret and Méribel Village. Part of the Les Trois Vallées (The Three Valleys) ski region – the largest connected ski region in the world – the resort is located within the famous Vanoise National Park at an altitude of 1,400 metres. It is approximately two hours from Geneva airport, making it quick and easy to get to.

With its roots dating back to the 1930s, Méribel was built in the traditional Savoie style with local wood, slate and stone used for its traditional ski-in, ski-out chalet accommodation. The resort quickly became popular and was home to the 1992 Winter Olympics, hosting the ice hockey and the women’s alpine skiing events.

The Three Valleys region – which includes the resorts of Méribel, Courchevel, La Tania, Les Menuires-Saint Martin, Val Thorens and Orelle – provides a total of 335 marked runs over 600km of terrain in addition to 130km of cross-country tracks. Connected by an excellent system of lifts, gondolas, cable cars and shuttle buses, it couldn’t be easier to get from slope to slope or from village to village. Méribel offers a variety of slopes for all ability levels with good-quality snow and breathtaking views.

is a ski resort comprising three areas: Méribel Centre, Méribel-Mottaret and Méribel Village. Part of the Les Trois Vallées (The Three Valleys) ski region – the largest connected ski region in the world – the resort is located within the famous Vanoise National Park at an altitude of 1,400 metres. It is approximately two hours from Geneva airport, making it quick and easy to get to.

With its roots dating back to the 1930s, Méribel was built in the traditional Savoie style with local wood, slate and stone used for its traditional ski-in, ski-out chalet accommodation. The resort quickly became popular and was home to the 1992 Winter Olympics, hosting the ice hockey and the women’s alpine skiing events.

The Three Valleys region – which includes the resorts of Méribel, Courchevel, La Tania, Les Menuires-Saint Martin, Val Thorens and Orelle – provides a total of 335 marked runs over 600km of terrain in addition to 130km of cross-country tracks. Connected by an excellent system of lifts, gondolas, cable cars and shuttle buses, it couldn’t be easier to get from slope to slope or from village to village. Méribel offers a variety of slopes for all ability levels with good-quality snow and breathtaking views.

Things to do in Meribel

Méribel is known as a centre of culture, with plenty of guided tours of the picturesque towns, its history and its architecture on offer. If you’re looking for opportunities to unwind, there are plenty of leisure activities including shopping, spa centres, an ice rink, a bowling alley and a cinema. Until recently, Méribel was home to the Altitude Festival. Although the festival no longer takes place in the resort, there are still plenty of live music events as well as bars and nightclubs for those who love to dance the night away.

Those who prefer to be out and about can enjoy being on the doorstep of the magnificent Vanoise National Park, which offers unending options when it comes to mountain biking, hiking and nature spotting. Other active pursuits in the area include ski touring, snowshoeing, horse sleigh tours, night sledding and snowmobiling.

Accommodation in Meribel

With a vast array of options on offer, visitors can opt for luxury chalets and apartments if they’re looking to celebrate their holidays in style. Cheaper options include guest houses and hotels for those on a budget. Wherever you stay you will be treated to incredible views of Mont Blanc, The Grande Casse, The Ecrins and more, so you can enjoy your time off the skis every bit as much as your on-piste experiences.

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