Geneva to La Plagne Transfers
A transfer from Geneva Airport to La Plagne will take about 2 hours and 50 minutes, depending on the traffic and weather.
Choose our Private transfer service and enjoy Comfortable 4 wheel drive VW Caravelle minibuses including Privacy glass, climate control and plenty of space for luggage.
Direct, door to door service from Geneva to La Plagne and surrounding villages. No waiting for other groups. USB charging ports, child facilities, booster and baby seats at no extra cost.
Book an airport transfer from Geneva to La Plagne using the quick quote form.
Relax, we’re the best
Once you've booked your Geneva to La Plagne airport transfer with us you can sit back and relax. We will email you with a booking confirmation that includes airport pick-up details such as time, meeting point, driver's name and telephone number.
We track your flight, so we will know if there are delays and which terminal you will come into.
Our friendly, uniformed driver meets you at the pre-arranged meeting point and whisks you off to your ski resort in one of our comfortable 4 wheel drive vehciles
Journey from Geneva to La Plagne
The route from Geneva to La Plagne takes you out of Switzerland and into France along the A41 towards Annecy. This is a very picturesque part of the journey because the road follows along the side of Lac d'Annecy (Lake Annecy) - one of Europe cleanest lakes. Get your cameras out here, if you are travelling during the day.
After the 14 kilometre drive down the length of Lake Annecy, we get on the motorway and pass the city of Albertville. Albertville was the host of the 1992 Olympics and is pronounced Au-ber-vee-yey.
Quickly, we come to the small town of Moûtiers at the foot of The 3 Valleys ski area. A ski domain that is worth a visit next year!
We then arrive at Aime, where we start our ascent to the ski resorts of La Plagne. The journey upwards, from the motorway to the first village takes around 25 minutes - each bend in the mountain road is numbered for some family entertainment.
Our drivers are so experienced on these twisting mountain roads, you can sit back and relax. Each minibus is alpine ready - snow tyres and chains are always carried on board which can be fitted by the drivers when required.
At Geneva Airport
Geneva airport has two terminals. We have designated meeting points at both. Meeting points are explained on our booking confirmation form for a nice and smooth meet and greet.
Our Transfer Services from Geneva to La Plagne
Mountain Rescue Transfers' services from Geneva airport to La Plagne include:
- a highly rated private transfer to La Plagne,
- our premium Business Class transfer service and
- an opportunity for a shared transfer service.
The private and business class services are bespoke, tailored around group requirements. As long as your group arrives together there is no waiting at the airport.
We whisk you away in one of our comfortable VW Caravelle minibuses, so you are headed towards your ski resort in no time.
Private and business class customers have sole occupancy of the vehicle.
Transfer drivers are happy to stop if you need a quick bathroom break on route.
Geneva to La Plagne Transfer Prices
Transfer journey prices are based on several factors to give you the best price for your group whilst keeping a trustworthy and comfortable service.
Things that will affect price are the date, day of the week, time of travel and length of the journey. Busy weekends such as Christmas and New Year are more expensive.
Mountain Rescue Transfers then calculate the price according to the number of people travelling within the group.
Complete our quick quote form, to get an idea of transfer prices to La Plagne.
To save money on your ski transfer to the Alps look to travel midweek. Weekdays are cheaper because they are quieter. This also means the transfer time is quicker. Win-win!
Shared transfers from Geneva to La Plagne are frequently available.
You can opt to share a journey with another group and save money. We will let you know if another group is travelling around the same time. We make sure you can all fit comfortably on the minibus.
Costs are reduced when more people travel together. You will have to wait for the other group's flight to arrive at Geneva airport. Click here for details on our shared transfers.
Plan Your Journey to La Plagne
Saturday is the most popular arrival day in the Alps - understandable when people finish work on a Friday. Mountain Rescue recommends you book a flight that lands in Geneva early in the morning if you must travel on a Saturday.
Early travel will help to avoid any traffic build-up that occurs later in the day during the winter months, especially during school holidays, Christmas and New Year.
Supermarkets on the Way to La Plagne
A supermarket stop is a fantastic way to arrive fully prepared at your ski accommodation. Especially if you are self-catered this year. The supermarket on the valley floor are well equipped and less expensive than those in the ski resorts.
Our favoured shop stop on the route from Geneva to La Plagne is E.Leclerc in Aime.
Supermarket stops must be booked in advance. Our drivers will not be able to stop at a supermarket if you haven't booked, as they are busy with other transfers.
Travelling to La Plagne with Children
Mountain Rescue Transfers make the journey with children very comfortable and safe. We provide child seats and booster seats for no extra costs, and have every size imaginable. You just need to let us know the age, height and weight of each child.
When you have a private transfer or Business Class transfer booked, the driver is very happy to stop on route for a toilet stop.
Return Journey from La Plagne to Geneva Airport
The next time you will hear from us will be the day before you travel. Prior to travel, we will send you a text confirming the pick-up time and the driver's number.
About La Plagne
Based in the Tarentaise valley, La Plagne dates back to 1961 and is part of the Paradiski ski area. La Plagne is linked directly to the resort of Les Arcs making up 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)
Download the app - La Plagne Access for more information on weather, travel and more.
Resorts Near to La Plagne
La Plagne is made up of lots of small villages which includes Les Coches and Montchavin. These two particularly villages are nestled in the tree line and both are great places to stop for lunch with very good mountain restaurants.
Les Arcs is La Plagne's neighbour across the valley and the two are 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 but do make sure you have a Paradiski lift pass. To travel to Les Arcs, just head out of La Plagne Centre and in the direction of Les Coches and Montchavin. The pistes run down to the Vanoise Express and they are so much fun.
Villaroger is a small, quiet, gem of a resort based in the far corner of the Les Arcs ski area and it's easy to miss if you don't know the area. The village itself is based at the foot of a famously long run from the highest point in Les Arcs - the Aiguille Rouge. Ski for what seems like forever through the breezy, tree-lined runs to Villaroger.
Tignes is just 1 hour away from La Plagne by road in good weather, so a day trip to Tignes is entirely possible if you are feeling adventurous. Unfortunately, the ski resorts no longer do free 1 day passes to other resorts, so you'd have to buy a 1-day ski pass. Get on the road early if you'd like to make the most of your day - just ask Mountain Rescue Transfers if you'd like a ride.