A beautiful Alpine village nestled in the heart of the huge Portes du Soleil area, Morzine offers visitors an authentic mountain experience and access to 600km of skiing.
With a rich history, unique heritage, traditional architecture and an enviable gastronomy scene, Morzine has everything you might want for the perfect holiday on skis or a snowboard.
Set between Mont-Blanc and Lake Leman (Lake Geneva), Morzine is at a cultural crossroads between France and Switzerland, two countries steeped in mountain tradition. And at around an hour’s drive from Geneva, Morzine is incredibly easy to access, making it the perfect place for a winter getaway.
As for the skiing, those of all abilities will find themselves with more than enough entertainment here. In Morzine itself you can enjoy the slopes of Pléney, that give easy access straight down to the village. Alternatively, on the opposite side of the valley, the Super Morzine sector gives access from the centre of the resort to Avoriaz, Châtel and the rest of the Portes du Soleil. With over 600km of skiing spanning 12 resorts across Switzerland and France, this is the place to be for those who want to ramp up their mileage.
As the sun goes down, Morzine lights up, with a vibrant après-ski scene and diverse restaurant offerings. The resort takes pride in its unique atmosphere. Though its at the heart of one of the world’s largest and most popular ski areas, it manages to retain a friendly, local feel that is rare to find in this day and age. It’s a resort you simply need to visit and once you do, you’ll find yourself returning time after time!