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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

Tignes Transfers

From €49.50

Tignes is a world-class resort with distinct villages and slopes on the Grande Motte glacier
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About Tignes

Located in the French Alps, Tignes is famous for its record amounts of snowfall, making it the best place for skiers and snowboarders to carve up the slopes. The area has three main villages: Val Claret, Le Lac and Le Lavachet, which are linked together by a 24 hour free bus service.

 

Val Claret is 2,100 metres high and has a superb position right at the foot of the Grande Motte funicular. Le Lac and Le Lavachet have a more cosy village feel to them and also offer easy access to the slopes and over to Val d’Isère. The villages have a great selection of shops, bars and restaurants and have a lively, friendly, buzz about them.

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Ski on a fantastic variety of snow-sure slopes, shared with high-end Val d’Isère.

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Each village has its own feel – from après hubs to quiet, family-friendly picks.

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Experience a wide range of activities and nightlife, using free buses to get around.

Geneva Airport to Tignes Transfers - From €49.50

Alpine Fleet offers multiple airport transfer options including a shared and private transfer from Geneva Airport to Tignes. The transfer time is approximately 3hrs 30 mins.

 

Geneva to Tignes Shared Transfers

We have a high-frequency airport transfer shuttle service that offers great value for money.

 

Fixed Point: This is the best value ski transfer 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 Bourg St Maurice for those connecting to other ski resorts. The service then continues onwards to Les Brevieres, Tignes 1800 and Tignes Le Lac/Lavachet, finishing in Tignes Val Claret.

 

Once in Tignes our stops efficiently cover the entire 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 Tignes 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 to the base resort. This allows access to the chalets and hotels that are often on narrower roads and harder to reach.

 

Geneva to Tignes Private Transfers

We offer a private ski transfer from Geneva to Tignes from Geneva Airport. From winter 2023/24 we will also be offering private transfers to Tignes from Chambery Airport, Grenoble Airport and Lyon Airport.

 

Upon arrival at the Airport you will be met by our driver in the arrivals area. With our private transfer service , you can choose between a standard airport transfer or upgrade to our premium service for an incredible start to your holiday.

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HOW YOUR Tignes TRANSFER WILL OPERATE

Bus transfers from Geneva Airport to Tignes typically take around 3h45 minutes, depending on various factors such as weather and road conditions.

 

Shared transfers provide the most cost-effective option for travellers, they involve multiple stops along the way, which can extend the travel time, while private transfers take you straight to your door. 

 

Passengers can use this time to enjoy scenic views of the French Alps during their ski transfer, but it’s essential to plan accordingly, especially if you have a tight schedule. 

 

Checking the bus schedules and booking tickets in advance can help ensure a smooth and enjoyable journey from Geneva Airport to Val Thorens.

Tignes to Geneva

Heading back from Tignes?

As your ski holiday in Tignes winds down, ensure your journey home starts with a reliable transfer. Our dedicated transfer service, both private and shared, grants you the convenience of direct pickups from your doorstep or a designated point, ensuring a seamless and reliable trip to the airport, eliminating the worry of missing your flight.

Entrust your travel to our skilled and dependable drivers, committed to punctual arrivals for Tignes  to Geneva transfers. Elevate your overall travel experience as you bid adieu to the enchanting slopes of the Tignes ski resort. 

Whether you opt for the exclusivity of a private transfer or the camaraderie of a shared one, our user-friendly fare calculator simplifies the booking process. Sit back, unwind, and savour the picturesque journey back to the airport.

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Geneva Airport to Tignes Transfers - From €49.50

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Geneva Airport to Tignes Transfer Time: 3hr 45 mins

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Private Transfers All Year Round

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Shared Transfers from 15th Dec to 15th April

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

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Geneva Airport

Bourg St Maurice- Gare Routiere

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Le Brevieres - Car park

Tignes 1800 - Hotel Kalinda roundabout

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Tignes Lavachet - Hôtel les hauts de Tovieres

Tignes le lac - Hôtel le Paquis, parking du Rosset

Tignes le lac - Maison de Tignes

Tignes Lavachet - Maison Neuve

Tignes le lac - Tignespace

Tignes Chartreux - Bus Stop Les Chartreux

Tignes Val Claret - Hotel L'Ecrin

Tignes Val Claret - Hotel Vanoise

Tignes Val Claret - Parking Golf

Tignes Val Claret - Club Med - Ski set

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Geneva Airport

Bourg St Maurice- Gare Routiere

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Le Brevieres - Car park

Blue Path

Tignes 1800 - Hotel Kalinda roundabout

Tignes Lavachet - Maison Neuve

Tignes le lac - Maison de Tignes

Tignes le lac - Hôtel le Paquis, parking du Rosset

Tignes Lavachet - Hôtel les hauts de Tovieres

Tignes le lac - Tignespace

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Tignes Chartreux - Bus Stop Les Chartreux

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Tignes Val Claret - Hotel L'Ecrin

Tignes Val Claret - Hotel Vanoise

Tignes Val Claret - Club Med - Ski set

Tignes Val Claret - Parking Golf

Frequently Asked Questions

TIGNES

The resort of Tignes can be found in the stunning Tarentaise Valley in the heart of the French Alps. Covering an extremely vast area, Tignes is well-known for the variety of pistes that visitors can enjoy. 

 

In fact, it also provides guests with one of the longest ski seasons in the whole of Europe, meaning the slopes can be enjoyed at most times of the year. Along with the neighbouring resort of Val d’Isere Tignes is based in the Tignes- Val d’Isere ski region where over 300km of pistes are just waiting to be explored. 

 

Furthermore, it is hidden away in the depths of the Alps’ mountains, meaning no matter what part of the resort you’re traversing, the remarkable mountain views will always be enjoyed.  

 

Just above Tignes is the Grande Motte Glacier, and guests are able to take a trip to the top where 360-degree views of the entire French Alps await. 

If altitude is what you’re looking for from a ski resort, then Tignes is a great choice for you. The ski area reaches a staggering 11,300 feet high making it one of Europe’s highest resorts. 

 

The village itself can be found at between 5,085 feet and 6,890 feet with the highest peak, the iconic Grande Motte glacier, standing at 11,338 feet. 

 

As previously mentioned, the Tignes-Val d’Isere region comprises a wide range of different slopes that are all located at different levels. There is a maximum height difference of 6,253 feet, meaning there is something for everyone.    

Another part of every skiing trip that needs organising is getting to and from the resort itself. Unlike some holidays, a skiing trip usually involves the need to travel larger distances as the slopes are located, understandably, located in rural mountain areas that are not always located close to cities or airports. 

 

Fortunately, Tignes is one of the easier resorts to get to, and it takes around two hours and 40 minutes to reach it from Geneva Airport. Instead of doing that trip on your own, it’s always recommended you get a transfer. 

 

This is because transfers regularly move people to and from the airport, negating your need to attempt a tricky journey yourself and making the whole process easier. 

 

At Alpine Fleet, we frequently provide shared and private transfers to Tignes from Geneva Airport, meaning you only need to focus on enjoying your trip. 

The prime skiing season in Tignes typically runs from late November to early May. However, the exact timing can vary depending on snow conditions.

Tignes is accessible by road and is well-connected to major airports. Regular private and shared transfers are available from Chambery Airport, Geneva Airport and Lyon Airport. Shuttle services and taxis are available for transfers from airports to the resort.

Tignes is one of the highest ski resorts in Europe and sits at over 2,100 metres, so it’s important to stay hydrated and acclimatise slowly especially for those from places with a lower altitude.

Due to the variety of skiing areas that Tignes has to offer, it’s arguably one of the best resorts in the Alps for beginners. 

 

As mentioned earlier, it has a variety of green (easy) runs which can help people get to grips with the skill before progressing onto blue (intermediate) runs if they feel confident. In addition to this, both Val Claret and Le Lac feature designated learning zones where rookies are able to practise and get to grips with core skills before taking to the slopes themselves. 

 

Once you’ve mastered the basics and want to move on from green runs, the Grattula chair run is a good blue run that isn’t as challenging as some others. 

 

Ski schools are also on offer if you’d like some guidance from an expert.  

Absolutely! Tignes offers various activities if skiing or snowboarding isn’t for you. From ice diving to husky sledding, paragliding and helicopter rides, there’s something for everyone.

No matter what time of year you visit, Tignes is an extremely family-friendly choice. The resort features a wide range of family activities and amenities including kid-friendly restaurants, events and even child-care options if you would like some time to yourself. Rest assured your little one will be looked after and you’ll be able to enjoy the slopes with complete peace of mind.

 

Tignes offers a range of accommodations, including hotels, chalets, and AirBnBs. Holiday goers can choose from budget-friendly options to luxury accommodations based on their preferences.

 

If you’ve decided to stay in Tignes, the next thing you’ll need to do is decide where to stay. There is a great selection of chalets, apartments and hotels many of which feature ski-in / ski-out accommodation options that are exceptionally convenient. 

 

Wherever you stay in the region is likely to be a good choice, but consider your priorities. Think about the distance to the pistes, amenities you may require as well as whether you want a quiet place or would prefer to be in the bustling apres-ski areas.    

Le Lac is one of the liveliest parts of Tignes whereas Les Brevieres is a bit quieter but still has plenty to see and do. 

Ofcourse, ski equipment is available for hire from several  companies in Tignes. We would always recommend Skiset, we’ve partnered with them to give 50% off for all our customers on equipment including skis, snowboards, boots, and everything else – just make sure you have the right clothing for skiing for when you’re on the slopes.

Yes, the Espace Killy ski pass covers Tignes and neighbouring ski resorts such as Val d’Isère and provides access to a vast network of ski slopes and lifts.

You’d be glad to know that Tignes receives a great amount of snow each season. You can expect around 600cm to fall on an annual basis. This is another reason why the resort is regarded as one of the most popular in the Alps and Europe as a whole. 

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