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Geneva to Val D’Isere Transfers

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Geneva to Val D’Isere Transfers

 AlpyBus now offer private transfers to the ski resort of Val D’Isere. 

  • With a private transfer you can reach resort in as little as 2 hours 55 minutes.

Val D’Isere is part of the Tignes/Val D’Isere ski area, formerly known as the Espace Killy, which offers visitors 300km of marked pistes. It is tucked away at the end of the Tarentaise Valley at a height of 1850m.

Get a Quote for a shuttle transfer to Val D’Isere

AlpyBus offer private transfers for all group sizes to Val D’Isere.

Simply click the quote generator on the left to make a booking or get an instant quote!

Quick Guide To Val D’Isere

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Forming part of the newly renamed ski area  -Tignes/Val D I’sere, formerly known as the Espace Killy, Val D’Isere offers visitors a truly seamless ski experience. Unlike many so called ‘linked’ ski areas, Val D’Isere and Tignes are actually naturally linked, making trips around the area easy and convenient, rather than spending time ‘travelling’ or on more extensive ‘connecting’ runs or lifts, this area allows skiers and snowboarders to maximise their time on the piste.

The newly built Solaise Gondola (complete with Wi-fi and heated seats!) has revolutionised the resorts lift infrastructure that was once troubled with crowds in peak season, moving around 3,600 people an hour and waving goodbye to lift ques.

The skiing reaches heights of 3456m on top of the Grande Motte Glacier in Tignes and 3,400m in Val D’Isere, making their snow record fantastic. And with a huge underground snow making facility the ‘Snow Workshop` could cover the whole Bellevarde ski area in a week.

The resort has a rather rich history, from its birth back in the 1930’s, to playing host the Albertville Olympics in 1992. Cementing itself as an important resort in the ski world, its hosted the Criterium de la Premiere Neige, an annual race meet, for the last 60 years and continues to be a prime location for skiing and snowboarding events.

 The skiing on offer, often more favourable to intermediate and advanced skiers with plenty of steep terrain to challenge everyone, novice skiers will still have plenty to do here but may need to progress more quickly to take full advantage of the mountain. The Val park, labelled as one of the largest snow parks in Europe has big air, tables, half pipes, and two boarder cross courses making it a paradise for snowboarders and freestyle skiers - plus there’s another park in neighbouring Tignes so plenty here for freestylers to play with.

 Val D’Isere village is all you would expect, with a quant church in the centre, wooden clad chalets as well as plenty of luxury chalets and hotels to cater for the large number of visitors its receives every winter. Quite rightly one of the most popular resorts in Europe, and although many accommodation options can be on the pricey side of its neighbouring resorts, Val D’Isere never fails to deliver on exciting and varied skiing as well its legendary world class Après ski.

 Key Information about your transfer between Geneva Airport and Val D’Isere

On arrival into Geneva airport simply head to our transfer desk in the arrivals hall. For more information on how to find us click here.

  • Transfer Time to and from Val D’Isere - 2 hours 55 minutes
  • On Private transfers we drop off door to door (if the address supplied is accessible by road and depending on road conditions)
  • Ski's or snowboard's, and luggage are all included in the price of your transfer but must be indicated on the booking.
  • Baby and booster seats are provided free of charge, simply add this to your booking. Children and babies still require a full seat in a transfer vehicle so count as 1 passenger.
  • On your return we will send you an SMS the day before your departure with your pick up time. We aim to get you to the airport at least 1.5 hours before your flight departs.

 Check out our terms and conditions of service for more information or further questions can be answered on our FAQ page.

Looking for suggestions on where to stay, eat, rent gear or book a holiday in Val D’Isere? Our useful links page has plenty of great suggestions handpicked by us.