Skiing in Switzerland

With its spectacular scenery, picturesque Alpine villages, uber chic resorts and impeccable record for service and hospitality, Switzerland has unique appeal. Most resorts grew up around mountain villages, giving them a traditional charm that the purpose built resorts in other destinations can lack. As you might expect, the skiing in Switzerland is world-class, and accompanied by some of the most breathtaking views in Europe. If it’s good enough for Bond, it’s good enough for us!

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Verbier

Verbier

The most famous resort in Switzerland’s spectacular Four Valleys, Verbier offers spectacular views and 400km of runs to challenge the most experienced skier. Its challenging and rugged terrain mean that this resort isn’t for beginners, but there aren’t many resorts who can match Verbier’s cool, chic style and excellent facilities.

Verbier is approximately 8 ½ hours’ drive from Calais, Dunkirk and Dieppe, and approximately 10 hours from Amsterdam.

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Zermatt

Zermatt

The Matterhorn provides a stunning backdrop to this postcard-perfect Swiss mountain resort with its car-free town centre. Even non-skiers will be hooked! The perfect location for families, intermediates and experts, the expensive-yet-extensive lift system improves every year, and under 10s ski for free.

Zermatt is approximately 9 hours from Dunkirk, Calais and Dieppe, or 10 hours from Amsterdam.

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St Moritz

St Moritz

The premier ski resort in the east of the country, St Moritz is closer to Austrian resorts in its flavour and style, including restored and restyled medieval buildings made of local granite. The most popular region is Corviglia, which has plenty of slopes for all levels, but more experienced skiers should head to the top of Piz-Corvatsch, 3400m above sea level.

St Moritz is approximately 10 ½ hours’ drive from all of our European ports. ​

Davos

Davos

With 5 separate sectors of slopes shared with the nearby Klosters resort, Davos is a large and open resort. The town itself includes plenty of facilities to keep visitors happy and entertained away from the slopes, but why would you spend any time away from the wonderful country runs, including stunning cuts through valleys and forests.

Davos is less than 10 hours’ drive away from our ports in Dieppe, Dunkirk, Calais and IJmuiden.

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