Samoëns is a picturesque village situated in the Haute-Savoie department of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. Our Geneva to Samoens Transfer will get you there directly, safely and in comfort.
Our private Geneva to Samoens Transfer is the easiest and most reliable way to reach Samoens. There is no airport in Samoens nor is there a train line serving the area. Buses are available but require transferring between bus routes and a significant amount of time.
Our Geneva to Samoens Transfer takes less time – covering about 80 km from Geneva airport – while offering greater comfort and reliability. We pick you up at Geneva Airport and drop you off directly at the door of your accommodation in Samoens. We want the trip to be easy, enjoyable and stress-free.
Summit Transfers have been providing transfers between Geneva International Airport and the French Rhône-Alps region for more than 10 years. Our customers come back every year as we provide a great experience in a friendly and safe atmosphere and vehicle.
Our professional transfer service is registered with the local authorities – DDE, Haute Savoie. We hold a “Transport de Voyageurs” licence to carry paying customers.
As a locally-based owner-driver with expert knowledge of all the local resorts, I am able to keep my costs low and offer my customers very competitive pricing. I offer a friendly, reliable and knowledgeable service between Geneva airport and all the popular destinations within the French Rhône-Alps region.
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Samoëns is a haven for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts and offers a host of other outdoor activities. Strap on some snowshoes and embark on a winter hike, or try your hand at ice climbing for a thrilling adventure. The village is also a fantastic base for exploring the picturesque surroundings through cross-country skiing and snow biking.
In the warmer months, Samoëns reveals its natural beauty with hiking and mountain biking trails that traverse the alpine landscape. From leisurely walks to challenging mountain treks, there are options for every fitness level. You can also enjoy rafting, paragliding, and fishing in the nearby rivers and lakes, immersing yourself in the beauty of the great outdoors.
In Samoëns village, explore the narrow, cobblestone streets lined with charming shops, cafes, and restaurants, where you can savor local delicacies and soak up the alpine ambiance. Don’t miss the chance to visit the historic sites and architectural gems, such as the medieval church and the beautiful main square.