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Val Thorens
From Geneva – €49.50
Tignes
From Geneva – €49.50
Morzine
From Geneva – €24.50
Les Gets
From Geneva – €24.50
Meribel
From Geneva – €44.50
Courchevel
From Geneva – €49.50
Val d’Isere
From Geneva – €49.50
Avoriaz
From Geneva – €24.50
La Plagne
From Geneva – €49.50
Les Arcs
From Geneva – €49.50
Chamonix
From Geneva – €24.50
Verbier
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
La Rosiere
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
Les Menuires
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
Les Deux Alpes
From Geneva – €54.50
Alpe D’Huez
From Geneva – €54.50
Val Thorens
From Geneva – €49.50
Tignes
From Geneva – €49.50
Morzine
From Geneva – €24.50
Les Gets
From Geneva – €24.50
Meribel
From Geneva – €44.50
Courchevel
From Geneva – €49.50
Val d’Isere
From Geneva – €49.50
Avoriaz
From Geneva – €24.50
La Plagne
From Geneva – €49.50
Les Arcs
From Geneva – €49.50
Chamonix
From Geneva – €24.50
Verbier
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
La Rosiere
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
Les Menuires
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
Les Deux Alpes
From Geneva – €54.50
Alpe D’Huez
From Geneva – €54.50

Geneva To Les Gets Transfers

From €23.50

Les Gets is a traditional Alpine resort in the huge Portes du Soleil ski area
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Les Gets village
Les Gets village
Les Get resort

ABOUT LES GETS

Located in the French Alps and full of pretty wooden chalets and balcony-clad buildings, Les Gets has heaps of charm. Les Gets is the village next to Morzine , on the southern edge of the Portes du Soleil. It has two ski areas either side of the town: Mont Chéry and Chavannes.

 

Les Gets sits 100m higher than Morzine, so is often snowier. Up on the mountain there’s a great variety of ski runs, and lots of them twist and turn through the forest, both perfect for skiing. It’s easy to ski into Morzine and on to Switzerland- so you can ski two countries in one day.

 

Les Gets has undergone a lot of recent building work and beautiful stunning chalets and apartments have been extended in this village. It is renowned for families due to very well connected ski areas, stunning alpine village and community vibe here. 

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A charming Alpine village, neighbouring Morzine, perfect for a ski holiday.

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An excellent lift system that connects it to Europe’s largest ski area

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Ski-in, ski-out French Alps resort that’s really convenient to get around and great for families.

GENEVA AIRPORT TO LES GETS TRANSFERS - FROM €23.50

We offer Shared and Private Geneva Airport transfers to Les Gets, allowing our customers to choose their preferred option.

 

Our shared Les Gets transfer service is popular and cost-effective. As with all destinations in the Portes du Soleil, the transfer from Geneva to Les Gets is quick and easy, making it ideal for short breaks as well as longer ski holiday getaways.

 

Shared Transfers to Les Gets

We have high-frequency ski transfers that offer great value for money. We have two types of shared transfer services

 

Fixed Point: This is the absolute best value option we have. With this option, you will be dropped off / collected from one of our fixed points.

 

Our fixed point shared transfer service also stops at Taninges for those connecting to another ski resort. The service then continues onwards to Les Gets and Morzine finishing at the Prodains telecabine (for access to Avoriaz ). Once in Les Gets our stops cover most areas of the ski resort meaning you will be very close to your accommodation. Please check our map below for all the stops on our line.

 

Door 2 Door: This is the same service as the fixed point line but with an additional last-mile minivan direct to your door.

 

From winter 2023/24 we will be offering our customers travelling from Geneva to Les Gets a new door to door shared transfer option. This upgrade will enable you to travel directly to your accommodation. Please note that with this service you will often change to a smaller vehicle upon arriving in your resort. This allows access to the chalets and hotels that are often on narrower roads and harder to reach.

 

Private Transfers to Les Gets

We offer private transfers from Geneva Airport to Les Gets. From winter 2023/24 we will also be offering private transfers to Les Gets from Lyon Airport. Upon arrival at the Airport you will be met by our driver in the arrivals area. 

 

With our private airport transfers you can choose between a standard or upgrade to our premium service for an incredible start to your holiday.

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Les Gets village
Geneva Airport transfers to Les Gets

FROM THE AIRPORT TO YOUR DREAM HOLIDAY

Les Gets can be reached from a variety of Airports. Please note Alpine Fleet offers shared transfers from Geneva Airport only. For Lyon airport this is serviced on a private transfer basis.

Les Gets Airport Transfers, Distance & Transfer Times
Geneva Airport to Les Gets 75km 90m
Lyon Airport to Les Gets 199km 2h 45m
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Les Gets village
Les Get resort

LES GETS TO GENEVA

As well as taking you to the ski resort at the start of your trip, you’re going to want to get back to the airport at the end. 

 

With Alpine Fleet, we also offer Les Gets to Geneva transfers. Just like the first leg of your trip, you can choose between a shared or private Les Gets to Geneva transfer.

 

For shared transfers please carefully check the departing time of your flight before choosing our shuttle time. The journey time from Les Gets  to Geneva is 1hr 15 mins. We will provide your exact collection time one day prior to travel via Whatsapp & email.

 

During the peak season and key holiday dates as this is a traditional Alpine Village traffic can greatly affect journey times on Saturday & Sunday as travellers from Morzine & Avoriaz will also depart through Les Gets to Geneva & Lyon.

TOP THINGS TO DO IN LES GETS

Les Gets is one of those resorts that you will be forever returning to. The village is a very sweet and traditional Alpine village. It is one of the most magical places to spend your time in the French Alps.

 

While exploring the forest tree ski runs in Les Gets & then even skiing over to Morzine & then able to ski back while enjoying the mountain restaurants and bars along the way. 

 

When you are not skiing we would recommend visiting the year round Alta Lumina forest trail. This is a beautiful and rich emotional experience about the enchanting environment shared through the poetics of light, music, imagery, set design and interactivity.

 

Tasting the local cheese savoyard specialties then look no further than the unique shop and restaurant of La Fruitière des Perrières. You are not to miss an evening there as its delight for your taste buds and cultural experience too. For a more local vibe with pub feel and local drinks you can enjoy Le Boomerang or maybe you prefer a night in at your own accommodation, then can also do delivery for you.

 

Morzine is more known for the lively Apres experience, which you can easily still access via the local bus back to Les Gets however Les Gets still has apres and plenty of bars to choose from, one our favourites is the L’Aprèski Bar Resto – Les Gets. After a fun day skiing you can ski straight in from the Chavannes piste. Local DJS and music events happening most days and also plenty of pub style food to have a bite to eat while enjoying your Apres.

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AIRPORT TRANSFER BENEFITS

Our airport transfers to Les Gets come with a host of benefits to ensure that those travelling to the resort with Alpine Fleet have a stress free and and enjoyable start to their skiing holiday. The below are just a few:

Our airport reps will be waiting for you at the Alpine Fleet desk. Our staff will check you in and guide you to your transfer and can help with any questions you may have. It’s a reassuring way to start your transfer from Geneva Airport.

 

We even have priority parking at Geneva Airport so our vehicles are very close to access.

Our professional airport transfer services always operate with punctuality and reliability in mind. Our call centre operates 24/7 in winter so we can always be reached.

 

All clients travelling to and from Alpe d’Huez will receive an SMS concerning their pick-up times the night before travel. Having a transfer already booked eliminates the stress and worry of having to find transport at the last minute.

All of our airport transfer vehicles are well-maintained and comfortable, providing you with a relaxing environment after a long flight.

 

Our coaches to Alpe d’Huez have excellent leg room and room for all your luggage and skis which is sometimes not the case with smaller minivans that can be cramped and uncomfortable.

As standard, all our transfers are operated by local transporters who prioritise passenger safety. They’re familiar with the traffic and road conditions and weather conditions.

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ALTERNATIVES TO TRANSFERS

The other option holiday makers have when travelling from Geneva to Les Gets by Car. 

 

If you travel via car hire you will need to locate your destination and ensure that you know how to fit the safety requirements such as chains. When you arrive at the resort by car you will need to locate parking as not all properties have parking available  and parking can be very limited during the peak seasons, so make sure you do your research on where you will park.

 

After a long flight, you may prefer the ease and convenience of a transfer that takes all of the organisation out of your hands.

SKIING IN LES GETS

With very close proximity to Geneva Airport, 120 km of pistes, 20 lifts in Les Gets (47 in total with connecting Morzine), and an altitude up to 2000 m, Les Gets is without a doubt one of the most convenient and favourable skiing resorts for all visitors. 

 

For children in Les Gets they have an area for children called Mappys which the kids can comfortably learn and explore using the magic carpets and gain some great confidence with other beginners. 

 

Les Gets has a great spread of pistes to explore and local teams do an amazing job each season to make sure the pistes are maintained. We are also very proud of Les Gets commitment to cutting their carbon footprint. We have seen the Diesel generators on lifts have been replaced with solar panels, artificial snow is made without chemical additives and groomers are using biodegradable fuel.

VISIT LES GETS WITH ALPINE FLEET

If you are planning on making a trip to Les Gets, Alpine Fleet is here to help. 

 

We provide leading airport transfers, with effortless booking, from Geneva Airport to a whole host of ski resorts in the Alps including Les Gets. This includes private transfers which can cater just for you and your party, as well as shared transfers which take large groups directly from the airport to the resort on a regular basis. 

 

If you want more information on how to get to Les Gets, check out our previous blog on the topic. Plus, for a full guide on what to expect from skiing in Les Gets, we’ve got you covered here, too, with another article on exactly that. 

 

To find out more about what we do and to begin planning your Les Gets ski holiday, contact Alpine Fleet today.

Geneva Airport to Les Gets Shared Transfers - From €23.50

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Geneva Airport to Les Gets Transfer Time: 1hr 30 mins

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Private Transfers All Year Round

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Shared Transfers: 15th December to April 15th

Our shared transfer service drops off at the following fixed points:

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Les Gets Map
Frequently Asked Questions

LES GETS

Before settling on Les Gets as your ski resort of choice, it’s important you understand the basics of what it offers and where it is.

 

The Alps has ski resorts in numerous countries due to the sprawling nature of the mountain range, and Les Gets can be found in the east of France, extremely close to the border with Switzerland. Due to its proximity to the Swiss Alps, many people fly into Geneva before crossing the border with France to get to the commune. 

 

The resort is based in the heart of the stunning Chablais massif region that, as well as offering remarkable alpine views, is part of the Portes du Soleil ski area which is one of the biggest in the world.

 

All visitors to the resort are able to experience cross-border skiing, with some slopes starting in France and bending into Switzerland. It is also situated between two other famous ski resorts – Tanignes and Morzine.

The ski season in Les Gets typically runs from early December to April. The best time to visit depends on your preference for snow conditions and crowd levels.

When you embark on a skiing trip, along with altitude snow is another thing people focus on.

 

If you’re determined that dense snowfall is a must, Les Gets might not be exactly what you’re looking for. On average, it experiences around 321cm of snow per year with the average snow depth being 100cm. 

 

While snow does fall about 23 times a year, snow is not guaranteed at the village level. But, the higher peaks do offer snow with artificial snow regularly being pumped out on the slopes. Plus, the natural greenery on offer provides unrivalled beauty in its own right. 

Les Gets can be found on the eastern border of France, extremely close to neighbouring Switzerland. 

 

With this in mind, Les Gets can be reached by both countries, but perhaps the best way to get there is to fly to Geneva Airport. In fact, it’s an extremely short drive from the airport to the resort, and when conditions are favourable it only takes around an hour to drive there.  

 

Due to this, many people might consider hiring a car, and while this is certainly an option, we’d always recommend using a transfer. Transfers regularly operate from Geneva Airport, taking people directly to Les Gets and meaning they don’t need to worry about navigating mountain roads. 

 

Both shared and private transfers are available. Private transfers can be arranged and reserved for just you and your group, whereas shared transfers will take larger groups of people. 

 

At Alpine Fleet, we offer both options and can cater services directly to you and your needs.

The altitude of Les Gets is 1,172m (839ft) meaning people can reach staggering heights when skiing at the resort. 

 

Altitude is not always the most important element when it comes to skiing, but it’s worth noting that Les Gets is slightly higher than the neighbouring Morzine. 

 

So, if reaching great heights is important to you, then Les Gets is always an excellent choice. 

Les Gets is an excellent choice for those who are attempting skiing for the first time. 

 

In fact, the resort is actually considered one of the best options for beginners in the whole of Europe. In particular, the Chavannes side of Les Gets features a wide range of beginner areas where people can get to grips with skiing for the first time. 

 

Mappys is the largest beginner-friendly area at Les Gets, with two magic carpet lifts and two cable-tow lifts that can take visitors to the correct area. It’s worth noting that Mappys is mid-mountain, and to get back to the village a blue (intermediate) run will need to be navigated. However, for those still not confident to take on a blue run, a gondola can get you back to base. 

 

There are also several green runs to enjoy, and when you feel confident enough you can progress to several blue options. 

 

As well as the beginner ski areas, there is a child skiing area called Grand Cry. This is Red Indian themed, and features a mauve ski run (for kids) that is full of plants and animals for the children to identify and enjoy.   

There are a whole host of non-skiing activities on offer in Les Gets from ice skating to spa facilities and shopping in the village.

Les Gets is the perfect ski resort for families who are looking for a skiing holiday that can be enjoyed by all. 

 

There are a whole host of activities that are designed specifically for families. This includes fun zones, toboggan runs, electric snowmobiles, dog sledging and much more. 

 

Les Gets is also Europe’s leading mountain bike resort, so if you’ve had enough of the slopes you can enjoy a cycle around the beautiful forest roads and experience the excellent terrain. 

 

There is also a wide range of restaurants and accommodation options you can choose from.  

 

Furthermore, the resort prides itself on ‘soft mobility’ which means it is extremely easy to get around. There are free shuttles, little trains, electric bicycles and more that can help you move around, with options for everyone.

Les Gets has a vast choice of different types of accommodations, from hotels to chalets or AirBnBs. Visitors can choose an option that suits their needs, style and preferences as there’s something for everyone.

Absolutely, Les Get has a host of shops that rent ski equipment suitable for skiers of all levels. We would always recommend Skiset, we’ve partnered with them to give 50% off for all our customers.

Les Gets is part of the Portes du Soleil ski area, where there are various ski pass options. From daily passes, multi-day passes, or season passes, depending on the duration of your stay.

Les Gets has a vibrant après-ski scene with numerous bars and restaurants. Visitors can enjoy a variety of cuisines, local specialties, and lively nightlife.

Les Gets has a terrain park equipped with features for snowboarders and freestyle skiers. It caters to different skill levels, from beginners to advanced riders.

There are local ski shuttles that operate that you travel on with your ski pass. This is great way to travel around the resort these even connect to Morzine

Due to its proximity in the vast Portes du Soleil ski area, many people choose Les Gets as it is close to other resorts. 

 

There are 71 slopes and 41 chair lifts shared by Les Gets and Morzine, and it’s extremely easy to spend time moving between the two and navigating the various peaks that the pair have to offer. In total, there is around 120km that is shared by both resorts.

 

This is extremely beneficial for people who are looking to maximise their experience and take in a broad range of slopes during their trip.

 

A joint piste map is also available, and no matter what level you’re at it is fairly simple to move between Les Gets and Morzine.

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