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People just love Saint Martin de Belleville for being one of the few resorts in the French Alps that have truly held onto their authenticity and have not been completely spoilt at the hands of mass-tourism. It’s a hugely popular place and grows in demand by the year – that’s why we’ve put together this quick and easy guide on how to get in and out with ease. We understand that the last thing you want to do is spend the majority of your holiday stuck on the roads and rails, so what follows are the very best options available to make the most of your time.
Take a look at Saint Martin de Belleville and you’d be forgiven for thinking you were looking at the pages of a fairy-tale. From the cobbled streets to the old wooden houses and right through to that intoxicating smell of BBQ meats originating from parts unknown, you can’t help but be swept away by the feel of the place. And that’s before you even get to the 160km of ski runs – some of which go right up past the 2,500 mark and guarantee excellent snow. Branch out a bit further and the Three Valleys as a whole serve up and astonishing 600km of downhill skiing with 200 lifts in operation – you reckon that will be enough to keep you busy?
Now comes the really great news – not only are there plenty of airports nearby to get in and out through, but five of them are less than two hours away. Book yourself a pro Saint Martin de Belleville airport transfer from Chambery for example and you could be on the snow in just 60 minutes! A Geneva airport transfer will also only cost you about two hours of your time, which is why we definitely recommend booking in advance before setting off – you’ll always get the best deals and the fastest routes.
As always, you need to remember that when travelling to and from the airports around Saint Martin de Belleville your journey will be affected by the conditions on the roads at the time. The following examples apply to standard driving conditions with fluid traffic and no extreme weather:
There are regular bus services between the resort and Geneva and Lyon airports, Les Menuires and Chambery, though in all cases it’s wise to book online.
For maximum convenience and comfort – not to mention the lowest prices you’ll pay anywhere – book online ahead of time and enjoy peace of mind public transport cannot bring. You’ll be taken door to door in the lap of luxury and never overpay by a penny!
Find out how to get to other resorts: http://www.ski-transfers.com/ski-resort-listing.php