Verbier is one of the most outstanding ski areas in Europe and lies high in a sunny, well-sheltered position in the heart of Switzerland's southern Alps.
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.
There's a vast array of tempting shops and boutiques in the cosmopolitan village centre, as well as many restaurants and popular bars where lively nightlife abounds.
With a large indoor sports center where you can play squash, go rock climbing or just enjoy the sauna or jacuzzi, you will certainly be busy.
Verbier is as good as it gets!
On shared bus transfers we drop off and pick up passengers at Parking Brunet, this is due to strict Swiss taxi law restrictions that do not allow shared transfers to drop off and pick up from specific addresses. Parking Brunet is centrally located and is well linked with the local bus service so it is relatively simple to reach.
AlpyBus offers shared and private transfers to Verbier. On a private bus transfer we can also cover surrounding resorts of Nendaz, La Tzoumaz and Veysonnaz.
Nestled at 1500m on a scenic plateau in the heart of the 4 Valleys ski area in Switzerland, Verbier attracts visitors from all over the world.
Well known for its luxury hotels and après ski scene, Verbier is a pretty snow sure resort due to its altitude, with ski areas up to an amazing 3,300m - this means you will see resort openings as early as November. With extreme mountain faces and off piste runs all over resort, it's no wonder Verbier plays host to big skiing and snowboarding competitions such as the FreeRide World Tour.
The resort forms part of the 4 Valleys ski area, covering 6 resorts - Bruson, La Tzoumaz, Nendaz, Veysonnaz and Thyon, all of which are well linked, with most ski lifts being newly updated. This means a 4 Valleys pass gives you access to an impressive 410km of pistes so certainly worth the upgrade from a standard Verbier ski pass.
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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.
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