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Geneva to Morzine Transfers | Guide to Ski & Airport Transfers

Discover the top Morzine airport shuttle options

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Are you wondering how to get from Geneva airport to Morzine? If you want to learn how far the airport is from Morzine, how long it takes to arrive, what transfer options you have or how to book your seats with the best Portes du Soleil transfer companies, we’ve got the inside track on what to know and watch out for.

How do you get from Geneva airport to Morzine?

Morzine is located in the Haute-Savoie region of France and is part of the Portes du Soleil, one of the largest ski areas in the world spanning over three different countries. There are several ways to get here, the fastest of which is flying. The best airport for Morzine is Geneva as it's not only the closest but also offers the greatest choice of airlines, frequent flight times and the most competitive prices.

How do I get from Geneva airport to Morzine? The easiest and fastest way to get to Morzine is to book an airport transfer. Geneva to Morzine transfer time is around 1 hour 30 minutes but will be longer on snowy days and in peak weeks, such as Christmas, New Year, school holidays and Easter.

Another option, if you can't easily find transfers for the flight times you have chosen, is to hire a car from Geneva airport to Morzine, plus it gives you the freedom to move around and visit neighbouring resorts. Nevertheless, driving on the snow means that you have safety and potential damage to consider, while snow tyres should be added to the final cost on the hire options.

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What's the closest airport for Morzine?

Geneva isn't only the most convenient airport when travelling to Morzine, it’s also the closest. There are other airports in Lyon, Grenoble and Chambery but they're further away. The last two are also mainly used for tour operator charters.

What's the nearest airport to Morzine? The closest airport to Morzine is Geneva, a little over 80km from the centre of resort. It only takes around 1 hour 30 minutes to arrive from Geneva airport to the Portes du Soleil ski area.

These are the average transfer times and distances from the main airports to Morzine. The values are approximate and can be affected by snow, bad weather or peak holiday times:

Airport to Morzine Transfer Times & Distances
Geneva to Morzine 1hr30 80km
Chambery to Morzine 1hr40 130km
Lyon to Morzine 2hrs20 205km
Grenoble to Morzine 2hrs20 208km

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How much is a transfer from the airport to Morzine?

Morzine ski transfer prices will vary depending on whether you're booking a private or a shared transfer, as well as on dates (with off-peak weeks generally offering cheaper transfers), times (it may be cheaper to travel in the middle of the day as transfer companies will be able to group more people together), availability, vehicle and/or group size, etc.

How much do Morzine airport transfers cost? The average price of a one-way shared transfer from Geneva to Morzine starts at around €30 per person, going up to €200 per vehicle for a private transfer.

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What's the difference between shared and private transfers?

When booking your airport transfer you’ll find that there are two main Morzine transfer options: shared or private. These depend on whether you book the whole vehicle for yourself and your group or you share it with other people.

What's a shared transfer? A shared transfer is when companies group passengers arriving at a similar time in the same vehicle, sharing costs among them. They are cheaper than private transfers, the trade-off is that they usually involve longer waiting and travel times. This is because they won't leave the airport until everyone’s plane lands, even if waiting times are usually under an hour. There will also be several stops on the way to drop people off, increasing the journey’s length.

What's a private transfer? A private transfer is when the vehicle is reserved for your party only. Generally more convenient than shared transfers, they’re also more expensive. They’re the best option for groups and a good alternative when you can’t find a shared transfer around your flight time. Private transfers will leave the airport as soon as you arrive and go straight to your accommodation, making the waiting and journey times shorter. Those who prefer to travel in style will be able to book the latest luxury eco-friendly cars or even fly high in a helicopter.

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Are there public bus transfers to Morzine?

Using public transport can help keep the costs down on your trip to Morzine. However, it can take considerably longer than a shared or private transfer as buses usually stop several times along the way and you will need to make a connection in Cluses or Thonon, the nearest transport hubs in the area.

How do you get from Geneva airport to Morzine using public transport? Public bus transfers run from Geneva airport to Thonon-les-Bains, a town by Lake Leman and on the route to Morzine. From Thonon, there are regular buses to Morzine, stopping in Saint-Jean-d'Aulps along the way and ending in Les Gets. The Thonon to Morzine bus transfer time is around 45min. You can find the latest bus timetables on our Bus Services in Morzine page.

How do you get to Morzine from the train station? The closest train stations to Morzine are at Cluses and Thonon-les-Bains, from where public buses will connect you to the Portes du Soleil. From Cluses, buses run a few times per day, stopping in Les Gets before arriving at Morzine. The Cluses to Morzine transfer time is around 55min. For buses from Thonon, see above. You can find the latest bus timetables on our Bus Services in Morzine page. The nearest train stations where high-speed trains (TGV) from Paris stop are Annecy and Bellegarde, while from Geneva it's Annemasse – from all of them there are regional trains running to Thonon and Cluses.

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