Geneva to Les Arcs transfers

Geneva to Les Arcs transfers take just under 3 hours to cover the 150 KM distance. Our headquarters and a large number of drivers are based in the Les Arcs ski area, so we know it very well.

Les Arcs tip: Saturday is often the quietest day of the week on the slopes as everyone else is travelling. Why not fly into Geneva late on Friday evening?  Book a night in a Geneva airport hotel then we will collect you first thing on Saturday. That way you are out on the empty slopes on Saturday morning!

Geneva to Les Arcs map

About our transfers from Geneva to Les Arcs

We offer airport transfers from Geneva to Les Arcs 24/7 during the winter months so it's possible to book last minute transfers up to 24 hours prior to travel if required.

Our services from Geneva to Les Arcs include Private, Business and Shared transfers. Its called Private because you have no waiting time for other groups and sole occupancy of one or more of our comfortable VW Caravelle minibuses.

Business Class is our premium service because of  little extras to make for an even more enjoyable ride, including extra space, leather seats, wifi and I pads packed with films.

The most cost effective way to travel for small groups is Shared Transfers because you only pay for the seats you sort on. Check out our list of shared options at the start of the season and see if anything fits or book around these shared options. Shared seats are around 65.00 euros per person. Expect some waiting time and the transfer to be a bit longer.

The journey from Geneva to Les Arcs

Journey Distance

150 km

Estimated Travel Time

2h 45m

Our friendly and uniformed Mountain Rescue driver will meet you in Terminal 1 or 2 arrivals area. We have designated meeting point for each terminal.

Your journey to Les Arcs starts on the A41 towards the pretty town of Annecy, which is built in close proximity to an enormous lake, called Lac d'Annecy which is known as one of Europes cleanest lakes and as well as being our favourite view of the trip is pretty massive at 14.6km long, infant it takes around 20 minute to travel from on end to the other.

Our driver follows the road close to the side of the lake; a very beautiful part of the journey. In daylight you will notice the mountains rise up from behind the water as we drive. We use this route as opposed to the toll roads regularly because it's the fastest when there is holiday traffic.

Once past Lac d'Annecy we follow main road, reaching Albertville. We travel on-wards to Moûtiers and then to Bourg Saint Maurice.

At the town of Bourg Saint Maurice we take the recently re-routed road which takes us under the funicular, where we continue upwards towards the resorts of Les Arcs.

The trip up the mountain normally takes around 20 minutes. Don't worry our drivers are extremely conscientious chaps that have tons of snow driving experience and our vehicles are totally alpine ready.

Geneva airport to Les Arcs airport transfers

At Geneva airport

At Geneva airport, once you have disembarked your plane, you are directed from either terminal. T1 pease go direct to the Swiss side of the airport and T2 please head to the information area. We have a designated meeting point for each terminal.

Geneva airport guide >

Plan your journey

We recommend landing in Geneva early morning if travelling on a Saturday. This helps to avoid any traffic build up that usually occurs later in the day.

It gets pretty chilly in Les Arcs 2000, so be prepared for the exit from the vehicle. Have warm coats and beanie hats at the ready! Especially if you are arriving at night.

Supermarkets on the way to Les Arcs

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 Les Arcs is Super U at Bourg St Maurice. You can even pre order your shopping and pick it up on the day.

Travel from Geneva to Les Arcs with children

We have been transporting kids for years and many of our clients have come back to us year upon year and they know we care and make sure its a safe and enjoyable ride for the little ones. All of our drivers are acquainted with child care and will drive in a manor that makes everyone feel comfortable. Please ask if you need to pull over at any time.

First class and business travellers can keep children entertained with our in-vehicle Wi-Fi and iPads.

Child seats

Any child under 1.35 metres (4ft 5in) must have an appropriate child seat for travel in our vehicles.

Our range of child seats suit all heights and weights and are available to book in advance at no extra cost.

Infant seats – rear facing

Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix

  • For babies from birth to 12 months old.
  • Weight up to 13kg.
  • Approved according to the latest European safety standard ECE R44/04.

Child seats – forward facing

Nania Cosmo and Maxi-Cosi Priori SPS plus

  • For children from 9 months to 4 years old.
  • Weighing between 9 to 18kg.
  • Approved according to the latest European safety standard ECE R44/04.

Booster seats

  • For children of 4 years up to 12.
  • Weighing between 18-36kg.
  • Comfortable and sometimes colourful.

Please just request seats for children on booking.

If you are not sure what type of seat you require feel free to get in touch.

Return journey Les Arcs to Geneva airport

Departure time from Les Arcs to Geneva will be around 5 and a half hours before your flight time.

This is subject to change on the busier weeks of the season such as school holidays or during bad weather conditions.

About Les Arcs

Les Arcs consists of 5 ski resorts:

  • Bourg-Saint-Maurice
  • 1600 (Les Arcs 1600)
  • 1800 (Les Arcs 1800)
  • 1950 (Les Arcs 1950)
  • and Les Arcs 2000.

Les Arcs is joined to Peisey-Vallandry and is part of the Paradiski ski region, which is linked with La Plagne by the famous Vanoise Express, a huge cable car that takes passengers across the valley.

In Les Arcs many runs are above 2000 metres, so snow is guaranteed.

Download the Les Arcs app - Yuge. For weather updates and events.

Read more about Les Arcs here > 

Resorts close to Les Arcs

Les Arcs is joined to Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne as part of the Paradiski ski region, and Tignes, part of the Espace Killy region, is just 1 hour away by road.

Tignes and Val d’Isère are joined, making up the Espace Killy region, so this area is well worth a visit if you are feeling adventurous. Espace Killy is well known for great après ski and you have an abundance of restaurants to choose from.

Summer transfers Geneva to Les Arcs

We offer airport transfers in the summer too! To any resort within Espace Killy, The Three Valleys or Paradiski. At extremely good rates. We use box trailers to safely transport your beloved bike, for no extra cost.

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