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    Airport transfers to Champery

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    Airport transfers to Champery

    Some Facts about Champery

    A large village with a hugely privileged position in the Swiss Alps, Champery continues to grow in popularity year after year. Champery offers easy access to the rest of the famed Portes du Soleil ski area, which means a full 165km of marked ski runs to make use of. There’s a full 209 lifts across the area keeping things moving, while runs going well above the 2,000 meter mark pretty much guarantee snow all through the season. In terms of après-ski, it’s a relatively quiet affair in Champery and most of the bars, restaurants and nightspots you’ll find are actually within the village’s hotels. Needless to say therefore, it’s a haven for those looking for a slightly quieter resort, or others travelling with children.

    From which airport can I reach Champery?

    Sion Airport is the very best to target if you’re looking to get yourself into and out of Champery for a short stay – it’s a mere hour from the resort’s center. The next closest is Geneva, which is of course served by considerably more airlines from all over Europe and plenty of those bargain-basement budget carriers. All in all, you can get to Champery pretty easily and quickly from a full 10+ airports, so if you’re looking for a longer trip you can find some deals on cheap flights. Here are the closest Airports and the distances to Champery:

    • Sion - 61km
    • Geneva - 130km
    • Berne  - 130km
    • Chambery (France) - 215km
    • Zurich  - 246km

    Is there public transport to Champery?

    Tales from travellers have taught us that when it comes to public transport into and out of Champery it is possible but it may be time consuming and and not very convenient. But there are some options which you can see below:

    • From Sion take the train to Champery via Aigle. The journey takes two hours.
    • From Geneva take the train to Champery via Aigle. The journey takes about two and a half hours.
    • From Bern take the train to Champery via Lausanne and Aigle. It may take up to three and a half hours to get to Champery.
    • From Chambery (France) take the train to Champery via Geneva and Aigle. The journey takes about four and a half hours.
    • From Zurich take the train to Champery via Lausanne and Aigle. It may take up to four and a half hours to get to Champery.

    Advice on Transportation to Champery

     In any and all cases, it is impossible to get a better deal than you’ll find with a reputable airport ski resort transfer service you can book in advance for total peace of mind. You are much better off booking an airport transfer from the airport where you land. You will benefit from a shorter journey time and a direct route. You also get the added bonus of travelling in comfort, and of a guaranteed journey that is pre-booked. Airport transfers are also the most cost-effective method of getting to this mountain resort.