Whether you are planning a winter ski trip or a summer mountain adventure, Morzine is the perfect base. The resort is part of the vast Portes du Soleil ski area and is easily accessible from Geneva Airport in just over an hour. There are plenty of options for transport to Morzine available to suit your budget and needs.

Aside from being easy to get to, there is so much to do in Geneva To Morzine, both on and off the slopes. It is a traditional French alpine market town, nestled in the stunning Chablais Mountains and is very popular in winter for skiers and snowboarders but also in summer for walkers, mountain bikers and paragliders.

Morzine is the perfect destination for a family holiday or group trip and there are plenty of hotels and rental chalets to choose from. The ski area covers a huge area and there is something for everyone, from beginner to expert.

The ski area is also linked with neighbouring villages, including Avoriaz and Les Gets, and the whole of the area is included in the Portes du Soleil pass. There are a variety of different passes to buy, depending on your skiing requirements and budget.

With flights operating all year round into Geneva and transfers running at a time to suit your flight, getting to Morzine couldn’t be easier. It’s a really efficient and affordable way to travel, and most transfer companies will take your snow gear onboard too.

If you are flying into Geneva during the winter season, we recommend booking your transfer as soon as you know your arrival date and time. This will ensure that a driver is there to meet you at the airport.

There is also the option to book a private transfer, which is a little more expensive but will be more comfortable and quicker than a shared transfer. Many of the same companies offer a return transfer service as well, so it is worth checking this out when you are booking your journey.

You could also consider the bus option to Morzine – FlixBus, Eurolines and BlaBlaCar operate buses from most major cities to Geneva or nearby towns such as Grenoble and Lyon. This can be an inexpensive and convenient way to travel but will require a connection in either Thonon-les-Bains or Cluses. Then you can take a taxi or transfer to Morzine.

Another option is to ask your accommodation if they offer a shuttle or transfer service from the airport and, if they do, make sure you book this in advance too. This will save you a lot of hassle and mean that your holiday starts as soon as you arrive at the airport! By leaving the logistics to the professionals you can relax and enjoy your trip. Just be sure to let your hotel or chalet company know what time you will be arriving in Geneva and where you are staying in Morzine, so that they can arrange the best shuttle for you.