Travelling to the Alps
Whether you would prefer to fly, drive, hop on a train or make your own arrangements, we will have an option that suits you. You will arrive at your Ski Famille chalet already relaxed and raring to go for your first morning on the slopes.
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Our Saturday Flights
Gatwick to Geneva: Depart 08.00 – Arrive 11:00
Geneva to Gatwick: Depart 12:00 – Arrive 13:00
All times are provisional and will be confirmed with your tickets
Our inclusive return transfers meet the above flights and take you to your resort. Approximate transfer times are:
Les Gets: 1 hour 15 minutes (approx)
Les Bruyeres, Reberty 2000 & La Plagne: 2 hours 30 minutes (approx)
General Notes for Transfers
Transfer times will vary depending on road and weather conditions. Transfers will generally be in a coach and it will not be possible to provide or fit child seats.
Car hire from airports and train stations can be booked through Argus Car Hire.
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As an alternative to flights, Eurotunnel FlexiPlus channel crossings are included in our chalet packages.
Guests making their own travel arrangements will receive a £50 per adult discount.
Les Gets is particularly easy to drive to, as one of the nearest French resorts to the channel. Les Menuires and La Plagne are only an hour further down the autoroute. All journeys are straightforward, and we provide comprehensive directions – including SatNav coordinates for your chalet.
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What you need to know about skiing insurance
We require you to take out adequate insurance cover for your Ski Famille skiing holiday.
We accept no responsibility for costs incurred by guests that would normally be covered by good quality travel insurance. Items we would expect all travellers to have insured include cancellation, curtailment, expenses resulting from delayed travel, and winter sports specific cover.
Winter Sports are not always covered, or can have some restrictive terms, on annual policies or free policies provided by banks. Do check what is on offer with your current insurer against what is available through MPI.