Meribel is well placed with plenty of flights and with a transfer time of only two hours from either Geneva or Lyon. Return flights typically cost from £120 and increase substantially in peak season, you also have to pay for a transfer to the resort
A very attractive alternative is to drive and visit a choice of great places.
What about Friday night in Paris? I love Paris in the spring time! Follow this with wine tasting in Burgundian vineyards in Chablis, Nuits St George or Gevrey Chambertin and a Saturday night in the Lyon area before arriving in Meribel.
What about Friday night in Reims or Epernay, and Saturday in the champagne region tasting some fizz followed by Saturday night in Dijon? Included are some photos of our recent trip to this wonderful city and region.
Or finally what about a Friday night in the charming city of Bruges followed by a a day of wine tasting in Alsace, here are our beautiful photos of Riquewihr.
Or mix and match between these suggestions and pay for some of the journey by buying some great value wines. Ferries are typically under £100 for a car and passengers, plus you have petrol and motorway fees.
Fine Dining in Dijon
Masterfully crafted and tasted even better!
Desert In Dijon
We enjoyed a fab desert expertly crafted. Seems too pretty to eat.
A beautiful location on route to Meribel.
One of the country’s principal wine-making areas.
A step back in time with Gothic style buildings.
Wine tasting in Alsace
Vast amounts of wine to be sampled.
For the last 30 years, Jonathan Rose has owned Chalet Le Yeti in Méribel.
Jonathan's knowledge and experience of Meribel and the Trois Vallées ski area is extensive through his own personal experience as a skier and chalet owner.