Practical information about Courchevel
Courchevel in a few
Discover Courchevel and its 6 villages by following the twisting road surrounded by alpine forests and offering breathtaking panoramas. The atmosphere in each village is so varied, attracting all types of visitors. They all have one thing in common: excellent service and wonderful nature. Choose on My home in Courchevel the village that attracts you the most.
When should I come?
If you want to enjoy winter sports, to sip a glass of mulled wine on the terrace or taste a Savoyard fondue at freezing temperatures, you should visit Courchevel in winter. From November, the resort opens its slopes and is already very crowded. For those who want to enjoy the fresh mountain air in summer, Courchevel offers a wide range of summer activities: hiking, water sports at Aqualud, hang-gliding... You will be spoilt for choice!
Good to know
Park your car and enjoy! In Courchevel, everything is designed to make your stay comfortable, including ski-in/ski-out accommodation - a free shuttle system between the villages and the main ski lifts.
How to get there?
By car: from Grenoble and Chambéry, take the A43 highway and exit at Albertville. From there the A430 will take you to Courchevel and neighbouring resorts.
Warning: in winter, it is highly recommended to use special equipment (snow-tyres, tyre chains).
By train: The nearest train station is Moûtiers. From there you can take a bus or a shuttle to reach the ski resort or your final destination. Several train stations including Albertville and Moûtiers are served by TGV (French high-speed train) departing from Paris Gare de Lyon and other French train stations.
By air: Courchevel's nearest airports are in Lyon (120km) and Geneva (180km). The Courchevel's altiport offers both commercial and sightseeing flights.