AlpyBus offers private transfers to the incredible resort of La Plagne. La Plagne is in the Tarentaise Valley, and forms part of the Paradiski’s ski area which has a massive 425km of pistes, making it a very appealing choice to skiers of all levels.
La Plagne is made up of a staggering 11 villages across the varying heights of the valley. With the commune starting at 1,250m up to 2050m there are plenty of spots to choose from when planning your holiday.
The resort is considered the 3rd largest in Europe and has one of the largest ski lifts, the ‘Vanoise’, that links La Plagne to Les Arcs, two resorts of the Paradiski ski area which between them have 425km of pistes.
The skiing across the two resorts is vast, in particular the pistes offer great beginner and intermediate options with rolling blues and well groomed pistes, but La Plagne is also very well known for its challenging off piste terrain. From the northern and southern areas of the Bellecote mountain, a 3417m free-ride dream is available to all those who dare. Of course as usual you must take a guide and all the necessary gear if you are going to venture into the off-piste here.
Each resort is able to cater for a diverse range of groups and budgets which places it firmly as a desirable holiday location, its variety of villages and varying accommodation options coupled with the extensive ski area makes La Plagne a very desirable area to choose as your ski or snowboarding destination.
La Plagne Map:
This journey time is estimated for a car. Journey time might vary depending on many factures.
Geneva Airport information
Geneva Airport has a Swiss and French side!
The airport has a French and Swiss side, most arrivals land on the Swiss side. The Charter Terminal (Terminal 2) is a 5 minute walk from the main terminal. When leaving Geneva Airport with GVA, we have priority parking, no need for the long walk to the other parking areas that some transfer companies have to park in, our transfer vehicle will be waiting for you right outside the main arrivals hall.