This page will give you a quick preview of our La Plagne ski transfers service. More detailed information can be found on the Geneva Airport to La Plagne & the Grenoble Airport to La Plagne pages of our website.
Geneva Airport to La Plagne Ski Transfers
We operate our La Plagne ski transfers, connecting you with Geneva International Airport, on Saturdays and most Sundays during the 2014 / 2015 winter ski season. We start on the 6th December 2014 and finish on the 18th April 2015 and we have many shared buses going back and forth each day. Our prices are only £76pp Return but we have some fantastic discounts for groups. Get an instant quote for your group by using our Book Now function to the right and we will apply the discounts automatically. There are quite a few different La Plagne resorts. Our service from Geneva Airport makes stops at the following: Belle Plagne, Plagne Bellecote, Plagne Centre, Plagne Soleil & Plagne 1800. For more detailed information about this transfer service, including the exact location of our stops in each resort, what times & dates we operate and much more, please visit our Geneva Airport to La Plagne page.
Grenoble Airport to La Plagne Ski Transfers
From Grenoble Airport we only provide ski transfer shuttles to Aime. The cost is £73.90pp Return, with discounts for groups and a 20% reduction for children. From Aime you will need to make your own travel arrangements to La Plagne by way of public bus or private taxi. We have many buses between Grenoble Airport and Aime each Saturday and one morning service on Sunday. We carry more people on this route than any other transport company. More details about our service, including prices, dates, times and much more can be seen on our Grenoble Airport to La Plagne page. For more information on public transport options from Aime to La Plagne, visit our Grenoble Airport to Aime page.
La Plagne Ski Resort
La Plagne is a great family destination that is split into many different sub resorts, all of which have their own characteristics. Some resorts are more suited to families whereas some are more suitable for younger groups. However, with its 225km of runs to choose from, the La Plagne ski area does offer skiing for all tastes and abilities. There are 18 black runs, 33 reds, 69 blues and 10 greens. If that is not enough, La Plagne is connected to the enormous ski area know as “Paradiski”, by way of the Vanoise Express. The Paradiski area offers access to some of the most amazing skiing in the world, covering over 425km of marked runs, served by 141 lifts. This includes access to 2 glaciers, ensuring you a snow-sure ski holiday.
The distance from Geneva airport to Belle Plagne (the furthest most resort) is 152km and the transfer time is between 3hrs 10 mins & 3hrs 40 mins, depending on the date, time of day and driving conditions. The journey to the other La Plagne resorts takes slightly less. We allow about 2 hrs 20 mins for the 165km journey from Grenoble Airport to Aime (depending on the date and the time of day). The 20km journey from Aime to Belle Plagne takes about 50 minutes, depending on whether you take a public bus or private taxi.
Travel & Tourist Information
We believe we offer the cheapest La Plagne Ski Transfers on the market. For information about La Plagne, please visit the La Plagne Tourist Office website The Ski Nets site, laplagnenet , is also very good.
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