10 Years of Paradiski – We Love The Travel Options

Continuing our 10 Years of Paradiski blog, this week we’re talking about the travel options. One thing we all have in common; whether it’s on our beach break in the summer, or the annual family trip to see the Gran in the north, is the want for an easy, stress-free journey. This particularly applies to a ski holiday. Long hours are even more tiring when you weigh an extra 5kgs, wrapped up in three jumpers, a pair of jeans, salopettes and two ski jackets in an attempt to make room in your suitcase.


The Paradiski area however, has some of the best options and choice in terms of travel. Accessing the resorts is made easier as it is near two of the main airports within the Alps, Geneva and Chambéry. Transfers from Chambéry airport are quick, taking around 1¾ hours and transfers from Geneva, slightly longer at 2¾ hours, but when you take in to account that you are travelling up to altitudes of 2000m (and the fact the scenery on the way will make it so worth the drive) 2¾ hours is no time at all.

At Ski Total, we have flights to the resort of Les Arcs 2000 departing from 10 UK airports including; Heathrow, Southampton, Edinburgh, Bristol and the East Midlands and all of our flights are chartered meaning the whole plane is dedicated to our guests and our guests only! Our luggage allowance is generous, and you will get a full 20kgs each. There will also be a representative both in the UK airport and in either Chambéry or Geneva, making sure you have help to hand the whole way!

To make things even easier, we are offering great discounts on airport parking. If you are travelling from Heathrow, you can add this on for just £19 for the week, which per day, works out less than your airport coffee!

Have we tempted you yet? Keep an eye on our news page for more reasons why we love Paradiski!

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Date for your diary:
La Course du Coeur (Heart Race) Paris-Bourg Saint Maurice/Les Arcs – 6th April
The Course du Coeur is an annual race like no other. This sporting event starts in Paris on the 2nd April and finishes in Bourg Saint Maurice on the 6th April; the aim of this is to raise awareness of organ donation. If you are around Les Arcs 2000 on the 6th April, why not get the 7 minute funicular railway down to Bourg Saint Maurice at 850m and be there at the finish line to spur on the participants.