Holiday in the mountains: How to get to Chatel, Portes du Soleil

Coming to Chatel is easy! To reach your holiday rental in the Portes du Soleil, you can get to Chatel by car, train or plane. How far are you from the holiday?

The village of Chatel is located in the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area.

Spend your holiday in the mountains, close to the Swiss border, between Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc.


Below, calculate the route from your home to Chatel!

Road Map to Châtel



From France: follow the motorway towards Geneva, take the Annemasse exit and follow signs for Thonon and Vallée d'Abondance (1h30 from Chatel)
From Switzerland: follow the motorway towards Monthey, take the Monthey exit and follow signs for Morgins (20min from Chatel)


Thonon les Bains railway station (France), 45min from Chatel
Aigle or Lausanne railway station (CH); 40min from Chatel


Geneva International Airport (CH), 72 km or 1h15 from Chatel
Sion Airport (CH), 70 km or 1h00 from Chatel


From Chatel, Paris: 580 km, London: 1 000 km, Munich: 575 km, Brussels: 790 km, Amsterdam: 970 km, Geneva: 75 km, Sion: 70 km, Stuttgart: 430 km, Thonon-les-Bains: 40 km, Evian-les-Bains: 40 km

Chatel, your mountain resort

In summer or in winter, Chatel welcomes you for an unforgettable stay in the mountains. The village of Chatel offers you skiing in winter... but more besides! Other winter sports await you in the Abondance Valley: snowshoeing trails, ski touring, cross-country skiing and skating. In summer, discover the mountains of the Abondance Valley and the Chablais, on foot or by mountain bike, and discover the Portes du Soleil Multi Pass offer.

The Portes du Soleil, ideal destination for skiing holiday

Chatel Reservation offers you an all-inclusive holiday: accommodation + ski pass Chatel "Espace Liberte" or Portes du Soleil. Discover the Portes du Soleil ski area, 12 resorts in France and Switzerland, accessible with a single ski pass! In your opinion, will you have enough time for a weekend in Chatel to enjoy the 600 km of skiing in the Portes du Soleil, or will you come back for a week's stay?