Geneva to La Plagne transfers
The Geneva to La Plagne transfer will take just under 3 hours, in our Volkswagen T6 Caravelles.
We also collect from any of the hotels in the Geneva area, follow this link to book a Geneva airport hotel via Booking.com
Book an airport transfer from Geneva to La Plagne using the quick quote form on the right of the page.
Geneva to La Plagne route map
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Journey from Geneva to La Plagne
Our transfer driver meets you in the Geneva airport arrivals situated in terminal 1 on the Swiss side of the airport.
We follow the A41 towards Annecy, then drive around the proximity of Lac d'Annecy (Annecy Lake). This is a very picturesque part of the journey, if you are lucky enough to be travelling in the day time. The mountains rise up from behind the lake as we drive, so you will start to feel that you are close to the Alps.
After Annecy we pass the city of Albertville on the motorway. Then the small towns of Moûtiers and Aime, before heading up the hill towards La Plagne.
Plan your journey to La Plagne
When travelling on a Saturday (which is the most popular arrival day in the Alps) Mountain Rescue recommends that you land in Geneva early in the morning.
Early travel will help to avoid any traffic build up that occurs later in the day during the winter months, especially during school holidays.
Supermarkets on the way to La Plagne
Supermarket stops can and must be booked in advance - a great way to arrive prepared at your accommodation. Our favoured shop stop on route to La Plagne is E.Leclerc in Aime.
At Geneva airport
At Geneva airport, once you have disembarked your plane, you are directed from the Swiss side of the international airport and you head towards French border control. Usually there is no hold up here.
About La Plagne
Based in the Tarentaise valley, La Plagne dates back to 1961 and is part of the Paradiski ski area.
Less than three hours from Geneva Airport La Plagne is easy to get to and has 225 kilometres of slopes and a large off-piste area. The mountain called the Bellecôte's famous North Face which is perfect location for skiing, snowboarding and a host of other activities.
There are eleven resorts in La Plagne:
- Aime-La Plagne (2100 metres)
- Belle Plagne (2050 metres)
- Champagny-en-Vanoise (1250 metres)
- Les Coches (1450 metres)
- Montalbert (1350 metres)
- Montchavin (1250 metres)
- 1800 aka Plagne 1800 (1800 metres)
- Bellecôte (1930 metres)
- Plagne Centre (1970 metres)
- Soleil aka Plagne Soleil (2050 metres) and
- Village aka Plagne Village (2050 metres)
Resorts close to La Plagne
La Plagne itself is made up of a lot of small villages including Les Coches and Montchavin. These villages are nestled in the tree line and either one would be a great place to stop for lunch.
Les Arcs is La Plagne's nearest neighbour and linked by the world famous Vanoise Express, one of the longest single span cable cars in the world. Together they make up the Paradiski area.
Les Arcs is very easy to access from La Plagne, just head out of La Plagne Centre and in the direction of Les coaches and Montchavin. The runs down to the Vanoise Express on the La Plagne side are so much fun you might want to stay and do them again!
Villaroger is a small resort based in the far corner of the Les Arcs ski area. Villaroger is easy to miss if you don't know the area but a real gem in the terms of quiet skiing. The village itself is based at the foot of a fabulously long run. Head to the Aiguille Rouge, the highest point in Les Arcs, and ski for what seems like forever down through the windy tree lined runs to Villaroger.