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Tignes
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Tignes

Airport Transfers to and from Tignes

Transferfix is a great online service that allows you to compare all transfer services between Tignes and every airport which services Tignes. You can choose from an inexpensive shared airport transfer, a standard private transfer service or a premium private luxury limousine service.

The comparison service of Transferfix grants you with real-time availability and costs, and you can book and pay for your chosen service in two swift and easy steps.

And you do not have to worry about any additional costs! The transport companies are contracted to offer you the same prices in Transferfix as they do on their own website.

Transferfix is available, not only in Tignes, but in many other resorts. Compare and book airport transfers with Transferfix, in many alpine resorts, such as Megève, Chamonix-Mont-BlancMéribelLes Houches, Saint-Gervais-Les-Bains, Vallorcine, Flaine or Les Carroz.

See all the other alpine resorts in which Transferfix operates.

Journey Times & Distances from Airports to Tignes

From Geneva airport (GVA), the transfer to Tignes takes approximately 2h 50m.
The distance from Geneva airport (GVA) to Tignes is 223 km or 138 miles.
From Lyon airport (LYS), the transfer to Tignes takes approximately 2h 45m.
The distance from Lyon airport (LYS) to Tignes is 219 km or 136 miles.
From Milan airport (MXP), the transfer to Tignes takes approximately 3h 40m.
The distance from Milan airport (MXP) to Tignes is 269 km or 167 miles.
From Turin airport (TRN), the transfer to Tignes takes approximately 3h 10m.
The distance from Turin (TRN) airport to Tignes is 208 km or 129 miles.
From Chambéry Airport (CMF), the transfer to Tignes takes approximately 2 hours.
The distance from Chambéry Airport (CMF) to Tignes is 142 km or 88 miles.
From Grenoble Airport (GNB), the transfer to Tignes takes approximately 2h 40m.
The distance from Grenoble Airport (GNB) to Tignes is 215 km or 133 miles.

Transferfix compares services within the tourism sector and it allows for a selection of a service, order a service or pay for it, online and directly to the licensed transportation provider.

Shared Transfers to and from Tignes

Shared transfers are an excellent low-cost option. You will be taken right to, or from your hotel or chalet, no matter where you are staying in Tignes. You will be sharing the vehicle with other people who will be collected from or dropped off at different locations in Tignes.

You might have to wait for more passengers at the airport or you might have to wait for other passengers to be dropped off in Tignes before you, consequently your journey time might slightly increase. However, you will always be notified in due time of your exact pick-up time.

Contrarily, there is always the likelihood that you are lucky, with all passengers coming off the same flight or from flights landing within minutes of each other. Or, drop-offs in Tignes might be close to one another or you might be the first to be dropped-off in Tignes.

Either way, the shared transfer experience requires a bit of “give and take” and a thoughtful attitude from all passengers.

Transferfix offers shared transfers to and from Tignes all year long.

What happens if my flight is delayed?

TransferFix is in the process of contracting with all of the carriers so that you might be able to benefit from transportation on the next available mini-bus.

By choosing a seat in a shared vehicle you save money and leave a lower carbon trail.

Private transfers to and from Tignes

Transferfix runs private transfers from many different airports to Tignes all year long.

When you book your private transfer online, you receive an instant confirmation via e-mail or text message and your driver will meet you at the airport.

With Transferfix and a private ride to or from Tignes, you can enjoy the privacy of a taxi service while paying less money than a premium luxury limousine service.

And don’t worry! If your flight is delayed, your driver will still be at the airport to meet you when you arrive.

About Tignes

Tignes is a commune in the Tarentaise Valley, in the Savoie department, in the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France.

Tignes consists of five villages that vary in altitudes and offers some of the best lift-accessed slopes in Europe.

The architecture does not do the splendid nature justice, as Tignes is a purpose-built resort and accommodation is mostly covered by large concrete blocks. However, many successful initiatives were undertaken in recent years to beautify Tignes's architecture, thus the overall aspect of the resort.

Situated at 2,100 m (6890 ft) altitude, Val Claret is the highest of the five villages that form Tignes and provides easy access to the glacier. Together with Tignes Le Lac, Val Claret might be the most convenient place to stay, as it provides a varied choice of hotels, restaurants and shops.

In Tignes Le Lavachet, which is situated slightly lower than Val Claret and Tignes Le Lac, you will find cheaper ski-in/ ski-out apartments.

Tignes Les Boisses and Tignes Les Brévières are located further down the mountain, at 1,800m (5,9095 ft) and 1,550m respectively (5,085 ft). They are both well linked to the ski area, but they are further away from the central hub, so the choice of shops and restaurant is limited.

Tignes hosted the freestyle skiing challenge for the 1992 Winter Olympics

Skiing in Tignes

Together with neighbouring Val d'Isère, Tignes forms the "Espace Killy" ski domain, which hosts over 300 km of ski slopes, serviced by 82 lifts.

The ski area, named in the honour of the famous skier Jean-Claude Killy, who was raised here, has one interesting particularity. Although not the largest ski area in the Alps, Val d'Isère and Tignes are so well interlinked and the level of integration between them is so high, that the domain feels one of the largest.

"Espace Killy" is ideal for mixed groups and for families, as it offers 22 green runs, 61 blues, 46 reds and 25 blacks.

Tignes and its slopes are partially located on glaciers, the domain's varied terrain reaching from Tignes Les Brévières at one end to the Pissaillas glacier above  Val d’Isère at the other.

Tignes' highlight is the Grande Motte glacier, accessible from Val Claret. The top cable car station is located at 3,456 m (11338 ft) altitude and represents the starting point for some very spectacular descents, both on and off-piste.

Another great thing about Tignes is the fact that the highest slopes are open during summertime!

Hiking in Tignes

During summertime, Tignes becomes a must among hiking passionates, as it offers a 55,000-hectare recreation area in the heart of the preserved wilderness.

In this unique park, you will find wild animals (marmots, chamois and ibex) and you can indulge yourself in breathtaking views.

Moreover, there are three pedestrians lifts that you can use, which are included in the My Tignes card.

"My Tignes card" is offered to you for free by many accommodations providers and it provides access to many sports activities, such as biking, beach soccer, beach volley, catamaran, pedal boat, swimming pool, trampoline, etc.

Children's activities

Tignes is renowned for the family facilities it provides. The "Kid's Club" receives children between 4 and 16 years-old and they offer specially designed schedules according to the kid's age and needs.

The schedule for children aged 4 & 5 offers a different theme each week. In the morning, there are sports activities and in the afternoon kids engage in various creative workshops and group games.

Also, do not forget to take your children to Marmo jump on the lakeshore. This amusing soft play children’s area offers an array of inflatables, including a giraffe, panda and frog ball pool.

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