In our opinion flying is the cheapest and most convenient way of getting to Courchevel. The four nearest airports to the resort are Geneva, Grenoble, Lyon and Chambéry, from where a road transfer or car hire can be obtained.

Easyjet have services from most major UK airports to Geneva, Grenoble and Lyon. Find out more at or call 0871 244 2366.

Fly Be have services from Birmingham, Southampton and Exeter to Geneva and Chambéry at prices similar to Easyjet's. See for details.

Ryanair fly to Grenoble from London Stanstead. See for details.

Avios do London Heathrow and Gatwick to Geneva and Lyon for 9000 Avios return, and also do part cash part Avios deals. More info at

Airport Transfers

Touriscar do a coach transfer from Geneva to Courchevel.  More info at

Satobus Alpes do transfers from Lyon to Courchevel. More info at

Transavoie do transfers from Chambéry and Moutiers to Courchevel. More info at

AG Bus do transfers from Grenoble to Courchevel. More info at

Snow Bus do good value transfers from Geneva, Lyon, Chambéry and Grenoble to Courchevel. More info at


The Eurostar ski train goes directly from London St Pancras to Moutiers, leaving you with a 12-mile bus or taxi journey to Courchevel 1850. Alternatively, by changing trains in Paris, you can gain more flexibility with travelling times and fares. Find out more at and


Cross the Channel with your car and then drive all the way. The distance from Calais to Courchevel is 580 miles and Cherbourg to Courchevel 520 miles. In winter you should allow 10-12 driving hours for the trip, so with an early start it’s possible in a day. Or to make it easier stop over around Lyon and do it in a day and a half. You will need snow tyres or chains for resort-level driving.

P&O Ferries do Dover–Calais crossings. More info at

Brittany Ferries go from Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth to various French ports. More info at

Or find the latest Channel Tunnel deals at

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