Getting to Courmayeur
Getting to Courmayeur is easy but don’t assume this very Italian resort is best accessed from an Italian airport, because Geneva Airport is the closest. Courmayeur is also one of the easiest Italian ski resorts to drive to from the UK.
Nearest Airports to Courmayeur
Geneva airport in Switzerland is actually the closest airport and there are excellent transfer services from Geneva airport to Courmayeur. It’s also well served by airlines like SWISS, BA and EasyJet. The most convenient Italian airport is Turin Caselle, and many airlines including BA and Ryan Air fly there as well. Approximate driving times and distances from the major airports to Courmayeur are as follows:
Geneva – 118km / 1hr 30 minutes
Turin – 151km / 1hr 40 minutes
Milan Malpensa – 214km / 2hrs 20 minutes
Airport transfers to Courmayeur
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Bus Services from Milan and Turin Airports
Public transport is cheaper but more difficult to arrange. There is a limited bus service from both Milan and Turin airport to Courmayeur with the Savda Bus Company.
Driving to Courmayeur
From within Italy, the Aosta Valley A5 toll motorway leads directly to Courmayeur. As Courmayeur is just on the Italian side of the Mont Blanc tunnel, it is also an easy drive from Geneva, just across the border in Switzerland, to where there are many flights daily. Snow chains or winter tyres should be booked in advance.
Having a car makes it easier to visit other ski resorts nearby such as Chamonix and Pila. La Thuile, though public transport services are also available. Good car parks are available at the Dolonne gondola and the Val Veny cable car stations, but parking in central Courmayeur is not always easy. Apart from when accessing hotels – it is best not to drive into the historic hamlets as roads can be extremely narrow in places!
Courmayeur Local Bus Services
By local bus – there is an excellent local bus service during the day, with routes linking all the main areas of Courmayeur and its hamlets. There is also a good ski bus service to the ski resort of La Thuile with which Courmayeur has lift pass sharing arrangements. Local buses can also be taken to the nearby towns/resorts of Pre San Didier, Chamonix and Aosta (which has ski lifts going up to Pila). Details of the services and bus timetables can be found in the bus operator’s offices in Piazzale Monte Bianco.