Travel from Geneva and Sion airport to Verbier, door to door, on your own vehicle. Only GVA Transfers offers shared and private shuttle transfer from Geneva to Verbier and other resorts including Chamonix or Megève and surrounding areas like Zermatt and Nendaz. Simply click our quote calculator to get an instant quote or booking.
Highly regarded as one of the most prestigious locations in the world for off-piste terrain, Verbier is the largest resort in Switzerland’s ski area The 4 Valleys, which encompasses 8 ski resorts and offers up 412km of pistes. Attracting international clientele, from professional enthusiasts to sporty tourists, Verbier’s unbeatable landscape for freerider’s and its thriving nightlife continue to bring in the visitors every winter.
Geneva Airport is 160km from Verbier and a 1 hour 55 minute transfer away, depending on traffic and weather conditions. All of our transfer vehicles at GVA Transfers are equipped for mountain roads and we offer a 24/7 customer service line if you have any questions about your transfer to Verbier.
On arrival into Geneva airport simply head to our transfer desk in the arrivals hall. Much of central Verbier is now pedestrianised and car free, however the Swiss have been practical thinkers and offered space for 2,300 pairs of skis at the main ski lift, the Medran, so no need to lug them back and forth to your accommodation each day.
Key Information about your transfer between Geneva to Verbier
Door to door
Skis and snowboard
Baby and child seats
- You will be taken door to door, so please provide a full address so we can take you to your desired location.
- If you wish to bring a bike then there is a €5 per bike charge, they must also be boxed.
- Children and babies still require a full seat in a transfer vehicle so count as 1 passenger and include the seat on the booking.
- On your return we will send you an SMS the day before your departure with your pick up time.
DROP OFF & PICK UP POINTS
Geneva Airport information
Geneva Airport has two passenger terminals:
1. The newer and larger Terminal 1 , which features the majority of flights.
2. The smaller and only seasonally used Terminal 2 . It also has a Business Aviation Terminal, also known as Terminal 3
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