Avoriaz is located in the huge Portes du Soleil ski area with a total of 650 km pistes. It is a great destination for a relaxing and enjoyable family ski holiday. But also a nice place to hit several quality snowparks and some decent powder.
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Getting ThereYou can access Avoriaz by car from all French and European towns via Dijon when coming from the north, via Lyon when coming from the centre and the west, via Valence when coming from the south, and via Switzerland when coming from the north-east. Drive in the direction Chamonix on the A41. Exit 18 Cluses, direction Taninges on the D902, then head for Les Gets and Morzine then Avoriaz 1800 . Follow the road signs to the resort (distance from Morzine to Avoriaz : 15km).Nearest Airport:Geneva (80KM), Annecy (96KM) or Lyon (200KM)Nearest Train Station:Thonon Les Bains or Cluses
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Getting AroundAvoriaz town centre is a completely pedestrian only zone except for horse drawn sleighs that take people around the village. Outside the village there are buses, shuttles, and taxis.Public Transport:BusTaxisSleighs