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The charming Alpine town of Morzine lies at the heart of the massive Portes du Soleil ski region, offering skiers and non-skiers a wide range of activities throughout both the winter and summer. Located just 90 minutes from Geneva Airport, it’s an ideal destination for both short and long stays alike.

Whether you’re travelling on your own, with friends or family, a private Geneva to Morzine Transfer is the best option for getting into resort in style and avoiding any unnecessary delays or hassle. Your experienced driver will be waiting at the airport for you to whisk you directly to your accommodation, allowing you to maximise your time in the mountains.

There are numerous companies that offer Geneva to Morzine Transfers and you can easily book yours online or by phone, all year round. The key is to let your chosen company know what flight you’re arriving on and where in Morzine you’re staying (most have a handy booking form on their website) so they can assign you to the most suitable shuttle. This will also help them to anticipate any extra luggage or equipment you may have.

If you don’t have a private transfer booked, it’s worth checking with your accommodation as they may be able to arrange one for you as part of your package. If not, the next best option is to hire a car at the airport. This gives you the freedom to explore the region at your leisure and visit neighbouring ski areas, however, it’s worth remembering that driving in the snow requires specialist tyres and chains which you’ll need to purchase or hire before you arrive.

Another option is to catch a public bus to Morzine or Avoriaz from Geneva, with a trip costing around £15-20 per person. However, buses can get very crowded and it can be difficult to store large amounts of luggage. Plus, if you’re skiing, you’ll need to transport your gear onboard as well.

You’ll find many companies that run shared transfers from Geneva to Morzine, usually in minibuses and at a much lower price than a private transfer. They’ll operate a schedule that matches flights into Geneva and those going out to Morzine, or flights which are arriving or departing close together. However, this does mean you might need to wait at the airport for a little while before boarding, and the transfer may make a few stops along the way.