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About Morzine

Morzine is a beautiful, traditional year-round Alpine resort that is also a real town with a great atmosphere.

Geneva to Morzine transfers available upon booking

Panoramic mountain views

7 peaks in the area

Morzine offers authentic Savoyard charm whilst being in the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area with easy access to the whole region including Les Gets and Avoriaz.

Spreading out along both sides of a river gorge, the resort of Morzine looks beautiful and charming both in the winter and the summer months.

Although there is plenty of apres-ski, Morzine is very much a family resort with a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere.

​Its location makes it easily accessible by car and it is only an hour’s drive from Geneva. Indeed, a car is very useful in Morzine to reach the quieter lifts, though not essential as there is a good local bus service.

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One of the many benefits of Morzine is its location, whether your preference is to travel by car, train or plane.

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Our Morzine apartments are centrally located for access to all the town’s amenities and close to the lifts for those wanting to ski Morzine and the Portes du Soleil.

Getting to Morzine

One of the many benefits of Morzine is its location, whether your preference is to travel by car, train or plane.

By Air
The closest international airport is Geneva – a one and a half hour journey by car. Lyon airport is just over 2 hours and transfers can be arranged at time of booking.

By Train
The nearest train station, Cluses, is 30-40 minutes from Morzine and, again, transfers from the train station can be organised.

By Car
If driving, the roads are kept accessible all year round. From the UK, once through the tunnel, an easy 9 hour drive will see you at L’Aiglon

Cultural Tours

Guided tours of the old town
Join a Savoie heritage guide and discover the rich history of Morzine’s old town. See how the town’s architecture, traditions and history have been shaped over the centuries.
Tours run every Thursday during the season – meet at the covered part of the church square (small fee payable).
If you would prefer to find your own way around the old town, a free illustrated map showing local places of interest is available from the Tourist Office

Horse drawn sleigh rides
Sleigh rides start from the town square and offer a variety of options, from a short tour of the old town to longer trips around the local hamlets, or even as far as Lake Montriond. Prices range from €15 to €80. For further information, contact the Tourist Office.

Tour of the stable and cheese dairy
Discover everything there is to know about cheese making, from milking the cows to the finished product.
Tour of a stable in nearby Nants – Tues & Thurs at 10 a.m.
Guided tours of the Co-operative Cheese Dairy and maturing cellars. Weds & Thurs at 9 a.m. Daily afternoon visits from 3 to 7 p.m.
Further info: Indiana’ventures | T: +33 (0)4 50 79 12 39

Tour of a slate mine
Discover the history of slate mining in Morzine over the last two centuries. Slate miner Franck Buet will personally show you around the mine and give you an insight into the technical aspects of his work. Guided tours depart at 10 a.m. every Friday during the season. Price €5 per adult & €3 per child. Further info: T: +33 (0)4 50 79 12 21 |


Morzine is a popular destination for families with children and the town has invested a lot in providing a fun and exciting environment for families to enjoy their holidays. From its nurseries and children’s clubs to the wide range of activities available in and around the resort, every aspect of your family holiday is covered.

As recognition of Morzine’s commitment to providing an exceptional family experience, the resort has been awarded the “Family +” certificate, an independent award that is nationally recognised.

Activities and Entertainment for Children

Tobogganing area – Special tobogganing slope situated at the foot of the Crusaz chairlift.

Merry-go-round – Antique merry-go-round outside the Tourist Office.

Playgrounds – Outdoor playgrounds for children situated next to the Tourist Office and in the Dérêches park.

Storytelling – Library T: +33 (0)4 50 75 93 58

Multi-leisure courses – Courses that include a variety of sporting activities, trips and local culture.

Palais des sports T: +33 (0)4 50 79 08 43
Ice rink.

L’Outa Nursery
A nursery with indoor and outdoor play areas and activities for children from 3 months to 6 years.
Further info: T: +33 (0)4 50 79 26 00 | www.outa-morzine.com

Cheeky Monkeys Morzine
A private nanny service that provides fully qualified, English speaking nannies to look after your children in the comfort of your own apartment.
T: +33 (0)6 16 12 28 80 | cheekymonkeysmorzine.com

481 route de la plagne, 74110 Morzine, France

+33 6 82 05 8112

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“Clean, modern and well looked after apartments, with the perfect set up for bikes in summer. The chalet has the added bonus of being only a 2 minute walk to the supermarket next door, so you could grab food quickly anytime you needed something. They also have a bike workshop, kitted out with work stands, track pumps and basic Allen keys, that is free for all guests to use. This was our 4th stay at Aiglon now, and definitely won’t be the last! So five stars all around.”

JonW28 – September 2018

Travelling to Morzine


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One of the main benefits of Morzine is its location. Whether your preference is to travel by car, train or airplane, transfers to Morzine couldn’t be easier.

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We stayed at the Aiglon & found it to be a fab apartment with an excellent location for both the town & the lifts.
Will definitely be back.

April 2019 – UpFront Reviews

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