Practical information for your stay in Meribel
Meribel in few words
Nestled in the heart of a generous and spectacular nature, the resort of Méribel is a Savoyard jewel to enjoy summer and winter. At the crossroads of the most beautiful slopes in the Alps, it offers an unlimited playground for winter sports enthusiasts. Professionals and amateurs alike enjoy its 600 kilometres of pistes every year, for all levels. But Méribel is also a group of small villages of charm, harmoniously inserted in their natural setting, preserved and respected , for nearly a centurys, these landscapes that make them live. This is why this resort is also very popular in summer, where the visitor will give up his skis to put on his walking shoes or his mountain bike, to discover a real mineral and vegetable paradise.
When to come?
Méribel is a pleasant resort at any time of the year: it is, summer and winter, a paradise for sports lovers as well as for nature lovers. So it all depends on your desires! But be careful: Méribel is a resort that puts more on the quality of its architecture than on its capacity to welcome, better to book its accommodation by ski in Méribel in advance.
Good to know!
During school holidays, the 3 Valleys area is full, and the line at the ski lifts can be long. If you have the possibility to come outside school holidays, enjoy!
How to come?
By car: take the A43 motorway to Albertville, then the RN 90 to Moûtiers. From there, take the D90 for a little less than 20 km.
By train: the nearest TGV station is in Moûtiers (just under 20km).
By plane: the nearest airport is Chambéry/Aix (just under 100km). You can also land to Geneva airport (135 km) or Lyon airport (185km- TGV link). The nearest airport is Chambéry/Aix (just under 100km). You can also land at Geneva airport (135 km) or Lyon airport (185km- TGV link).