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Geneva Airport to La Plagne

Ski Transfers to La Plagne

Sitting pretty on a snow sure plateau, La Plagne forms parts of the Paradiski ski area. Transfers to this ski resort take 2 hours and 30 minutes, depending on your location in resort.

La Plagne Airport Transfers

Getting to La Plagne with GVA Transfers is easy. With our transfers tailored to your flight times, our professional driver or rep will meet you at the airport after you land. And with our range of new comfortable vehicles, the transfer to La Plagne will fly by. Use our quote generator to book your trip hassle free, all for incredible value.

Skiing in La Plagne

The skiing on offer is wonderfully versatile here and boasts one of the largest linked areas in France and even the world. La Plagne forms part of the Paradiski area, famous for its 425km of runs.

La Plagne, along with Les Arcs and Peisey Vallandry, form a ski area that sees nearly 4.7 million skiers and snowboarders each year.  With La Plagne alone making up 225km of these runs, it is no wonder that many holidaymakers choose La Plagne as a holiday destination.

La Plagne’s closest ski area lends itself to beginner and intermediate skiers, with unchallenging but enjoyable sweeping pistes and moving upwards skiers will find more variety including blacks and off-piste terrain.

Other claims La Plagne boast is Europe’s longest boarder cross, funnily named the ‘Fun Slope’ and the resort is one of the only places you can ride your own Bobsleigh – certainly a once in a lifetime experience.

The first thing you’ll notice about a Plagne is that the resort is scattered across 11 different areas or ‘villages’ meaning a great deal of accommodation options and proximities to lifts and amenities to consider.

The quaint farming villages of Champagny en Vanoise lay to the south of La Plagne, Plagne Montalbert on the west and Montchavin La Plagne sitting toward the north. These villages have the most character and tradition, with the new purpose-built resorts continuing upward into the mountain. Les Coches, with a modern feel to it but still with plenty of character due to the interesting architectural styles used to emulate the ‘ski chalet’ feel.

Then at 1800m the resort centers of Belle Plagne and Plagne Centre. Moving upward you’ll find Plagne Aime 2000, Plagne Soleil and Plagne Village, and Belle Plagne.  Over another ridge sits Plagne Bellecôte and Belle Plagne. The later has a rather impressive leisure center which has been renovated this year (2018/19) with new spas, and family pool areas.

Although some of the more modern areas of the resort were constructed in the 60s and 70s during the boom of man-made ski resorts, you can’t deny the convenience this offers to skiers and snowboards with almost all accommodation in these higher resorts being ski in ski out. Albeit slightly fragmented, it means that each area of La Plagne offers something for everyone, with small hubs of restaurants and bars each creating their own atmosphere.

La Plagne Key Facts

Lift Opening Dates: 22nd December 2018 to 27th April 2019

Resort Height: 1970m

Skiing Up To: 3250m

Longest Run: 6.5km

Km of Runs Available: 410km Paradiski

Snowparks: 4

Nearby Resorts: Les Arcs, Peisey Vallandry

Getting to La Plagne

Geneva Airport is 194km from La Plagne and a 2 hour and 30 transfer away, depending on traffic and weather conditions. Transfers from Geneva to La Plagne can be booked quickly and easily through our online booking system. You’ll receive an instant confirmation of your booking and feel safe in the knowledge that we will take care of your transfer. All of our transfer vehicles at GVA Transfers are equipped for snowy conditions and we offer a 24/7 customer service line if you have any questions about your transfer to La Plagne.

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