Located on the western edge of the massive Portes du Soleil ski area that spans 13 resorts between France and Switzerland, Les Gets is a pretty alpine village offering up some great skiing. The slopes are well-suited to families and there’s a good choice of hotels, chalets and apartment options in the village centre. Restaurants are plentiful, with plenty of cosy and intimate places to choose from as well as more lively bars. A great selection of shops is also available ranging from your standard ski gear and local artisan stores to interior design shops. Getting around is easy and there’s a free shuttle bus that runs throughout the village.

There are several options for getting from Geneva to Les Gets depending on your budget and preferences. If you’re looking for the cheapest option, consider booking a shared transfer with Rome2Rio which connects you with Licensed Transportation Providers LTPs offering affordable shared airport transfers from Geneva to Les Gets.

Licensed transport operators that offer shared transfers have agreed to set prices on the platform that are transparent and competitive. Once you’ve selected your preferred option, it’s simply a matter of entering your flight details and submitting your booking. Rome2Rio will then automatically show you availability for all relevant routes, journey times and estimated fares. Once you’ve booked, your payment goes straight to the LTP – they are then contractually obliged to honour the quoted price.

If you’re looking for a more premium service, a private taxi from Geneva to Les Gets is also a popular option. With a little more room to stretch your legs and the added comfort of a dedicated driver, you’ll enjoy a smooth and comfortable ride to your destination. Private transfers are usually more expensive but come with the reassurance of being driven by an experienced professional who’ll take care of your safety and comfort while you relax on the journey.

The village of Les Gets is arranged around two main streets that are connected by a bridge. The Front de Neige faces the home run of the Chavannes gondola and includes the lift pass office as well as restaurants, bars and shops. The second street runs parallel and offers a number of boutiques and more restaurants. You’ll find the village ice rink and Tourist office along this road as well.

The best time to visit Les Gets is from mid-December to early April. This is when the snow conditions are at their best and you’ll have the slopes to yourself without the crowds of the summer season. Les Gets can get busy at Christmas and New Year but quietens down a lot in January. The British and French half term school holidays see the village at its busiest from February to March.