Enjoy your stay in Morzine all year round
Morzine is a famous ski station, part of the Portes du Soleil area, offering 650 km of slopes. Many activities are offered in the winter.
Discover Morzine as well in the summer with its charming savoyard character village, located close to the stations of les Gets and Avoriaz, and 35 Km from the French shore of Lake Geneva (Thonon, Evian…). In a mountain setting, Morzine offers on-site sports and leisure activities: hiking and mountain biking, paragliding, golf, fishing, horse riding, tennis, swimming pool,… And also a permanent animation in the heart of the village: shows, exhibitions, animations of streets, with many shops and restaurants …
Your stay in the station will be very nice, either in winter or in summer. Indeed many activities are offered to holidaymakers and the summer pass also allows the access at a lower cost to all sports facilities or entertainment of the locality, without forgetting of course the pleasant walks in the mountains under the Sun.
Morzine also has a beautiful gastronomic reputation. Indeed you can taste regional dishes at base of cheeses in the many restaurants that offer the station. A raclette in a typical restaurant with a warm atmosphere.
How not to fall in love with Morzine? It is a savoyard village, that has over time maintained its relaxed lifestyle at the corner of a fire, in the shelter of the snowflakes, which gives a majestic look to the trees. The soul of this village is present through its welcoming cottages converted for the pleasure of the holidaymakers, where everyone can find his summer or winter rental.
Morzine has developed many activities, which are practised throughout the year. It is also one of the most beautiful French ski resorts, which enjoys a privileged position in the heart of the largest international ski area: the Portes du Soleil. This area brings together both Swiss and French stations with its 650 km of slopes and its 228 lifts.
In the evening after a sport day or cultural discovery, guests can relax in the station, doing shopping, taking a good mulled wine or hot chocolate at the terrace of the pubs or enjoying the local gastronomy and cheese dishes, such as a fondue or a raclette.
La côte d’Arbroz
A quelques pas du Col de l’Encrenaz qui sépare le Chablais du Faucigny, La Côte d’Arbroz est un charmant village niché entre 1000 et 1300 mètres d’altitude sur un coteau exposé plein sud. L’hiver offre une vue panoramique sur la montagne enneigée de Nantau. Le Col de l’Encrenaz se trouve à 5 Km, où se trouve le départ des remontées mécaniques de la station des Gets qui permet de skier sur le Mont Chery, puis éventuellement de rejoindre le domaine skiable des Chavannes relié à Morzine.
Au Mont Chery se trouvent des restaurants, des buvettes, le départ de parapentes, les pistes de ski de fond.
Au Col de l’Encrenaz sont organisés les départs pour des balades en raquettes au Col de la Basse, avec une vue magnifique sur la chaîne du Mont-Blanc.