Ben’s Bus operates its Val d’Isere ski transfers service from 4 different airports in France and Switzerland. More information can be found further down this page or, click on your airport logo below and we will direct you to the page dedicated to the route you are interested in.
Dates & Prices for Val d’Isere Ski Transfers
We operate our Val d’Isere ski transfers, connecting you with Grenoble, Geneva, Lyon & Chambery Airports, on Saturdays and Sundays (and Fridays from Lyon Airport) throughout the 2015 / 2016 winter ski season. Depending on which airport you are flying into, we start on the 5th December 2015 and finish on the 16th April 2016. We have many shared transfer buses going back and forth each day, so you’ll never have to wait long. Our prices start from only £44.80pp Return and we have some really good discounts for groups and children. Get an instant quote for your group by using our Book Now button to the right and we will apply the discounts automatically. A few steps further along the booking process, you will see our bus times for your flight.
We can drop you off at and pick you up at either the main bus station in Val d’Isere, the “Gare Routiere” or the La Daille area which is a few kilometres before the entrance to the main Val d’Isere resort. There are regular, free resort shuttle “Navettes” which circulate the resort and can take you onto your accommodation from our bus stops.
Val d’Isere Ski Resort
Val d’Isere is a world famous resort and rightly so. It has everything you could wish for in a ski resort, from fantastic facilities, a modern lift system, beautiful architecture and of course, amazing skiing. It sits at an altitude of 1800m on the border of the Vanoise National Park – and Italy. It is part of the fantastic Espace Killy ski area which offers some of the best skiing in the world, covering over 300km of marked runs, serviced by 88 ski lifts. It has 27 black runs, 40 reds, 66 blues, 23 greens and access to 2 glaciers, which means your holiday is snow-sure. It has a wide range of accommodations and hotels and plenty of great bars, restaurants, cafes and spas. The new sports & leisure complex is open to the public and is one of the best in the Alps. The only downside of Val d’Isere – the prices! Be prepared as it is an expensive ski resort.
Which Airport is best for Val d’Isere?
Val d’Isere is pretty much at the end of the Tarentaise valley road, so be prepared for one of the longest transfer times of the French ski resorts. Of course it depends on the traffic and weather conditions and whether you are going during the school holidays, when the roads leading up to Val d’Isere can be very busy. Chambery is the closest airport but with limited flights coming in, most people choose to fly into Geneva, Lyon or even Grenoble, as there are more regular flights to far more destinations.
Val d’Isere Weather, Transport & Tourist Information
– We believe we are the cheapest way of getting to Val d’Isere from Grenoble, Geneva, Lyon & Chambery Airports.
– For Tourist Information about Val d’Isere, please visit the Val d’Isere Tourist Office website
– The Ski Nets site, Valdinet, is also very good, www.skivaldisere.com is an impartial website offering advice for everything you need to know about Val d’Isere. www.justvaldisere.com is another very good impartial website offering tips and information on Val d’Isere
– For a decent weather forecast, the snowforecast website is well trusted by skiers
– For up to date traffic reports on the roads around Val d’Isere, check out the French government website Bison Fute
Accommmodation in Val d’Isere
Fish&Pips offers catered and self-catered skiing holidays in Val d’Isere. A small and friendly ski chalet company delivering award-winning cuisine in comfortable chalets only metres from the piste.