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Tradition is the name of the game in Le Grand Bornand Aravis, but don’t worry – there are plenty of 21st century transport links to get you in and out with little fuss! We understand that the fluidity, reliability and speed of your resort transfers can make all the difference in the world to your ski holidays – we created this page with your convenience in mind. Here you’ll find all the information you’ll need to get into and out of Le Grand Bornand Aravis from the local airports and transport hubs. From transfer times to inside information on the resort itself, you’re in the right place if planning a trip to the stunning Le Grand Bornand Aravis!
As mentioned above, you could sum up the Le Grand Bornand Aravis with one word – traditional. The resort has it all and in many ways hasn’t bowed to the modern habits that have ruined so many once-quaint haunts across the French Alps. There are great bus links with a number of neighbouring resorts, though the 158 pistes on offer will probably keep you busy without you having to stray too far. Après-ski is also world-class, with dozens of superb inns, hotels, restaurant shops and bars that just ooze old-fashioned charm. Le Grand Bornand Aravis is also blessed with unusually excellent weather for most of the season.
The really great news about the airports around Le Grand Bornand Aravis is that there are no less than six of them less than a 120-minute drive away. As such, this is one you can add to your list for much-needed weekends away that don’t mean hours on end stuck on buses and trains. The best deals on flights can almost always be found on services heading for Geneva Airport, which also happens to have perhaps the very best Grand Bornand Aravis resort transfer services in operation. Also coming in under the two-hour mark are Grenoble and Chambery, which likewise serve as busy hubs for cheaper airlines like Ryanair.
Transfer times from any and all airports are of course totally at the mercy of the element and the roads themselves – icy or busy conditions can lead to some serious delays, especially in peak seasons. As such, take the following as guidelines only and always err on the side of caution:
There’s only one way to take public transport to Le Grand Bornand Aravis and that’s to first head to Annecy and take a connecting bus service from there. It’s possible and it’s cheap, but it’s a pain in the backside and can take ages. Or there’s the delightfully named ‘Bastard’ Taxi service, but you’ll be looking a cool €110 each way!
Public transport is really an imperfect option, which is why we recommend booking ahead to get the best prices, the comfiest seats and the fastest transfer time with a reliable airport transfer provider.
Find out how to get to other resorts: http://www.ski-transfers.com/ski-resort-listing.php