Courchevel has its own airport, but landing in this dangerous place for aircraft requires special permission. Tourists mainly fly to the nearest major cities: Geneva, Chambéry, Lyon, Grenoble. All of them are within 200 kilometers, which can be overcome on buses running between the resort and the airport. It is also possible to transfer to Courchevel by car or helicopter. Travelers from Paris will find the easiest way to get to the city by train to Moutier Salan station, which is located just 25 kilometers from the Tarentaise Valley.
Elite, fashionable, prohibitively expensive, first-class - such epithets are constantly awarded to the most famous French ski resort of Courchevel, the pearl of the extensive Three Valleys ski area. Nestled among the mountain ranges that frame the Tarentaise Valley, the Savoyard city attracts not only wealthy citizens, but also bohemians, celebrities from the world of show business and crowned heads.
The reason why Courchevel is so famous is because of the unique combination of several important holiday conditions: superb skiing and snowboarding slopes with a huge variety of routes, magnificent mountain scenery, well-developed recreational and sports infrastructure, a huge selection of hotels for every taste. with excellent service, the focus of excellent Savoyard and French cuisine restaurants, great opportunities for a variety of outdoor activities and much more.