When you are looking for the perfect place to spend your winter holidays, consider making the journey from Geneva to Courmayeur. Transfer vehicles make the sixty-mile trip in no time. Climb aboard and, before you know it, you will arrive in this quaint town in the Aosta Valley in northern Italy.
Located at the foot of the famous Mont Blanc, Courmayeur shares its administration with the nearby French village of St Gervais Mont Blanc. This gorgeous area draws in visitors year round, and even in the summer it offers expert skiers access to one of the few glacial ski slopes in Europe, at the Vallee Blanche. The ski area boasts about 100 kilometres of slopes that range from a section of beginner slopes all the way up to the expert off-piste and guided glacier runs from the top of the Toula Glacier route.
As you arrive on your Geneva to Courmayeur transfer you will easily get to grips with the small but perfectly-formed pedestrian areas‚¬€now it’s time to explore the village before heading up to the slopes!
Exploring the village
This a classically picture-perfect Italian town with the benefits of a wide array of off-piste entertainment. It is renowned for its delicious cuisine that takes influence from both its Italian heritage and the classic French cooking from across the border. The menus at many of the mountainside restaurants and cafes feature hearty dishes such as wild boar with polenta.
With easy access from the rest of the country, this fashionable little gem draws in the stylish set from nearby Italian cities such as Milan for a quick lunch and an afternoon on the slopes or at the spa. After arriving on your Geneva to Courmayeur transfer you may like to consider joining them for an afternoon of indulgence before hitting the slopes!
This stunning region has always enjoyed a rich heritage of spas and a culture that encourages the use of the invigorating natural waters around the village. After a long flight and your Geneva to Courmayeur transfer it’s nothing short of luxurious to be able to unwind in your one of the hotel’s own spa. Once you’ve got the lay of the land, you may want to treat yourself and head five kilometres outside of the village and book an afternoon at Pr© Saint Didier‚¬€a premiere spa with mud baths, massages, steam rooms and outdoor pools that allow you to relax and gaze up at the stunning vista of Mont Blanc. Bliss.