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Summer in Morzine

Situated in the heart of the French Alps, Morzine and its mountains are a perfect alternative to another beach-based summer holiday.

Morzine has an authentic savoyard feel with all the convenience of a modern resort with cool bars, trendy shops and fabulous restaurants. It offers outstanding natural beauty in summer with a wealth of outdoor activities on its mountainous doorstep.

Morzine’s Location

Morzine is located in the Haute Savoie region of the French Alps and is really easy to access from the UK. The nearest airport is Geneva, less than a 90 minute transfer away and it’s approximately nine hours' drive from Calais. It’s the ideal destination for people who want to spend more time in the mountains and less time travelling!

Why Come to Morzine During the Summer?

Morzine is the perfect summer activity holiday setting for any family wanting a change from the usual beach holiday. Combine a week's stay at More Mountain with a white water rafting trip, waterfall canyoning adventure, mountain top hiking or simply enjoying the pool and sun decks. More Mountain are affiliated to the Multi Pass scheme which offers great value activities for €3 per day.

We have put together the ultimate guide to summer in Morzine. Here you will be able to get all the information you need to help you make the most of this fantastic holiday destination.

Due to the world class downhill, enduro and cross country trails of the Portes Du Soleil, Morzine is also a world famous mountain biking location.

Whether you are looking for a mountain bike holiday, a family adventure activity holiday, or just a chance to relax and breathe in the fresh mountain air, More Mountain can cater for all your summer holiday needs. All our properties are offered on a self-catered basis in summer. 

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