If Morzine’s snow history is anything to go by, you’ll enjoy some amazing snow here this February.
Taking the family skiing? Then this is one of the best resorts for families and has the French Famille plus label to mark it. The ski area is excellent for children, teens and adults who are learning to ski or snowboard as well as more experienced snow lovers - beginners can practice on nursery slopes and gentle runs in the local area while those looking to ski further, higher and harder can get the Portes du Soleil pass. Any children too young to ski are well looked after with excellent childcare facilities – they can even have a go on the snow themselves with the new ‘babysnow’ (a scooter-meets-snowboard for toddlers). There’s loads to do for anyone who doesn’t want to hit the slopes with indoor activities including a cinema and outdoor adventures like snowshoeing.
Choose between charming catered chalets, self-catered apartments and hotels of all shapes, sizes and board basis’. Staying in a chalet or hotel where meals are provided is a brilliant way to enjoy a proper week off while self-catering allows you to eat what, when and where you like, usually saving money while you’re at it. If your children are too young for ski school, ask us about accommodation with childcare. For a high-end getaway, pick one of our 5 star hotels or superior chalets with hot tubs, saunas and swimming pools.
Whichever type of accommodation you prefer, book it alongside flights and transfers for the easiest ski holiday – Morzine is only a 75 minute drive from Geneva airport so you’ll be there before you know it! Self-drive holidays are really popular in Morzine as it’s one of the closest resorts to Calais and you can book a package with accommodation and channel crossings if this suits you more. Accommodation-only deals are also available if you’re opting to plan your own travel.
Half Term Snow History
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Half Term ski rating