Morzine and Avoriaz make-up the Portes du Soleil
It spans two countries – France and Switzerland and fourteen resorts. This huge area is an obvious rival to the Three Valleys and for the title of ‘largest ski area in Europe’, but lift passes, hotels and restaurants are all cheaper here.
A winter sports holiday for anybody
Morzine is fabulous for a winter sports holiday, for beginners, intermediates, experts of all ages and all snow sport disciplines. There are a vast range of ski slopes to choose from, ranging the full spectrum of blue to black runs, depending on your expertise and how bold you are feeling!
If you have never skied before, there are plenty of ski schools and instructors located in Morzine who know the best slopes to get beginners started on. We can help you organise ski hire and ski/snowboarding lessons as well as help organise your lift passes so they are ready upon your arrival.
Making your stay as comfortable as possible
Morzine is an alpine town with a lively spirit, traditional wooden chalets with slate roofs, this ensures it retains its character and Savoyard charm. All three of our catered chalets in Morzine are centrally located so it is an easy walk to the ski lifts with no need to get any additional transport for a day out on the slopes.
To make you stay as comfortable as possible our catered chalets have free Wifi, UK television, sauna and an ‘in-house cinema’.
As part of our catered chalet service we offer a 4 course evening meal with wine, a breakfast buffet with cooked option, freshly baked cakes when you come off the slopes on six days and access to Nespresso/cappuccino machine, English and herbal teas available throughout day.
Getting to and from the airport
We can arrange airport transfers to and from Geneva with our prefered airport transport provider. So, just us know when your plane lands and leaves.