A winter resort Fun & Family friendly
Traditional architecture, a setting of unspoilt nature… imagine a cosy little village, nestled between Lake Geneva and Mont-Blanc. Welcome to Les Gets, a resort in Haute-Savoie nestled at 1172 metres above sea level in the heart of the Portes du Soleil, the largest ski area in Europe! During the winter season, the resort goes to great lengths to please all audiences: snow sports (skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing) but also sporting and fun events: SkiColor, Santa Claus lives in Les Gets…). Want to party? The village also boasts a vibrant nightlife and will appeal to enthusiasts with a wide choice of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Find all the details of the village’s entertainment on the Les Gets tourist office website.
Summer in Les Gets Nature first
Discover the many different facets of the mountain in summer. Whatever your ideal holiday, Les Gets offers a multitude of activities and entertainment during the summer season. Fans of sport and nature? The surrounding mountains offer you a magnificent playground: hiking, climbing, mountain biking, paragliding, white water sports and swimming lakes are all opportunities to enjoy your passion. Guaranteed laughs for young and old at Wibit Park or The Adventure Park. Every summer, the village also hosts a number of sporting events (Crankworx, mountain bike championships…) and cultural events (concerts, Lounge Music Festivale…) that are not to be missed. Find all the details of the village’s entertainment on the Les Gets tourist office website.
Getting around Shuttles & Taxis
In both summer and winter, the free Les Gets Bus shuttle service operates a stop 5 minutes from the residence (Museum stop). A Balad’Aulps Bus stop will also allow you to easily reach the surrounding municipalities: Morzine, Montriond, Essert-Romand, St Jean d’Aulps, Le Biot, Le Jotty.
Taxi companies are also at your disposal for your trips to Thonon, Cluses, Geneva or Lyon… If necessary, you will find all the contacts for the Gêtoise taxi companies on the Les Gets Tourist Office website.