Airport Transfers to and from Morillon
The TransferFix platform provides you with a selection of many transfer companies that offer service between Geneva Airport and Morillon.
Also, there are services between Bellegarde Rail Station, Chambery Airport, Lyon Airport and Grenoble Airport and Morillon.
If you are travelling through Italy to get to Morillon, there are services from Turin Caselle Airport and the three Milan airports of Malpensa, Linate and Bergamo.
Only the Geneva Airport service has a shared transfer service. All other routes provide only a private hire service.
The Booking Process
On the TransferFix platform, you can choose the service type, price, timing and other criteria. Immediately, you can book and pay, and your booking is guaranteed.
You can choose between a low-priced shared airport transfer, a private transfer or a premium private luxury limousine service.
The TransferFix platform provides live availability for shared and private transfers, all with current pricing.
Your online payment goes directly to the bank account of your chosen Licensed Transportation Provider (LTP).
The TransferFix platform sends a detailed confirmation to you, and to your chosen LTP.
Also, the LTP can log in to the platform, to view your booking.
TransferFix does not increase prices, and the LTPs are contracted to offer the same prices on the TransferFix, as they do on their website.
TransferFix is not only available in Morillon, but in many other destinations. Our network is growing fast.
Here are the destinations are on the TransferFix platform.
Journey Times & Distances from Airports to Morillon
A Shared Transfer from Geneva Airport to Morillon
Before the outbound journey from Geneva Airport (GVA) to Morillon begins, you might have to wait for more passengers to arrive on different flights, but that might not be enough people to fill the vehicle.
It is quite common, particularly in the low season for the minibus to depart Geneva Airport with only 4 or 5 passengers.
Once you are on your way, there should be no stops until you arrive in the Grand Massif, where passengers might be dropped off before you in other resorts.
This tends to happen more when demand is low. Each drop-off causes a small delay, and if you are the last person to be dropped off at your accommodation in Morillon, there might be a delay of 15-20 minutes before you reach Morillon.
However, in the high season, there is a reasonable probability that all your fellow passengers will be travelling to Morillon. In this case, the driver will not stop along the way, but there still might be a few minutes delay, with passengers being dropped-off in Morillon before you. Also, you might get lucky, and be the first to be dropped off.
The Journey from Morillon to Geneva Airport
The transfer company will always notify you of the pick-up time from your accommodation or other agreed pick-up location in the resort.
Be in that place at the appointed time. If you are not there, the driver will not wait, as to do so, might compromise the other passengers. No-one wants to risk missing their flight, because someone else is not at their agreed pick-up point on-time.
As soon as all passengers from Morillon are picked-up, the journey to Geneva Airport begins. However, it is possible that, along the way, the driver might stop in other Grand Massif resorts to pick-up more passengers.
If you travel during peak season, there is a reasonable possibility that all the seats in the minibus will be occupied when leaving Morillon.
Ethics of a Shared Transfer to or from Morillon
The shared transfer experience requires a bit of “give and take” and a considerate attitude from all passengers.
Do not be late. Do be helpful if required and be polite to your fellow passengers.
The companies that provide shared transfers are very experienced.
Listen to what their driver might have to say and enjoy the ride!
TransferFix is in the process of contracting with all LTPs so that you might be able to benefit from transportation on the next available mini-bus.
By choosing a seat in a shared LTP, you save money and leave a lower carbon trail.
Private Transfers to and from Morillon
A Private transfer will give you much more flexibility. You get to choose your drop-off and pick-up points in Morillon.
You have no other passengers to consider, but do listen to your driver for any advice.
Morillon is an alpine resort, and depending on matters outside for everyone's control, and in unusual circumstances, the situation might change, sometimes very quickly.
You might have to adapt. If that is required, listen to your driver and please be compliant.
Morillon is a commune in the Haute-Savoie department in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France.
Morillon is an excellent vacation destination both during winter and summer season.
With its vast pine forests, stunning lake and wild river, Morillon is an authentic Alpine village that everyone will enjoy, no matter if they want action or serenity.
Most accommodation in Morillon is in wood chalets, all built around the historic church of Saint Christophe.
Nowadays, Morillon consists of the old village, the hamlets of "Les Champs" and "Le Verney", and the town of Morillon 1100, which is found 400 m or 1,312 ft higher.
The resort is known for being family-friendly, as it holds the Famille Plus Montagne label for its great facilities for families and children.
The town's centre is pedestrianised and there are many schools which offer skiing lessons to the little ones. Moreover, there is also a children's village where they look after kids older than 6 months.
Another excellent thing about Morillon is its efforts to make skiing accessible to everyone.
The Handi TATU Giffre Association was set up in the region with the specific aim of advancing access to all in Morillon and in the Grand Massif Area. The association works with Morillon ski school ESF for driving or teaching seat-ski.
Skiing in Morillon
The Grand Massif domain encompasses no less than 265 km of ski slopes serviced by 73 lifts.
The village is linked to the Grand Massif ski area by a Poma télécabine, which departs from just outside the village.
The Grand Massif domain offers 145 slopes: 18 green, 67 blue, 46 red and 14 black.
The Grand Massif ski area is usually open from mid-December until mid-April.
Morillon itself offers 25 km of slopes, mostly for beginners and intermediates, which makes the town a favourite ski resort among families.
However, the Grand Massif offers a large variety of ski slopes, including some great red and black, making Morillon a great choice for mixed groups as well.
Culture & Heritage
The Clos Parchet Ecomuseum is a farm which has been restored to its original 19th-century condition.
The Museum will take you back in time, and allow you to penetrate into the fascinating ways of the past.
At the end of the guided tour with Savoie Mont-Blanc heritage guides, there will be a free tasting session.
In Morillon, you will also find churches and chapels filled with history.
St. Christopher’s church is located in the middle of the resort and all wooden chalets seem to have been built around it.
Another worth visiting chapels in Morillon are Verney, Les Miaux and Le Chatelard.
Laser game is an excellent outdoor non-ski activity for the little ones, but not only!
You can also play indoors laser games in Morillon, where you can enjoy a real size video game.
Founded in 1977, the Nature Reserve of Sixt-Passy is the largest in Haute-Savoie with 9200 hectares of unspoilt land.
The Nature Reserve contains over 800 plant species, some of which are very rare.
There are also numerous animals, such as the bearded vulture, golden eagle, ibex, chamois and the marmot (in summer).
For more details about things to do in Morillon, visit the official website of the Morillon Tourist Office.