Shuttles going from Geneva to Morzine transfer visitors from all over the world to this region for a variety of reasons. However, the one feature of the region that never fails to impress everyone is the stunning natural beauty that is found almost everywhere you look. The biggest problem most visitors find in Morzine is their inability to capture all the beauty in one trip. The urge to photograph the beauty all around you is almost addictive. |
It is impossible to label any single attraction as ‘the most beautiful’ as the variety of landscapes are ever changing and completely unique unto themselves. However, if pressed to choose, I would highly recommend these 5 natural beauties for the best photo ops.
Hands down, this is the best known and dominating feature found on the Morzine skyline. Its well-earned reputation for stunning beauty from sunrise to sunset, and all the times in between, never disappoints. The views seem to be straight from a postcard and you’ll have a hard time persuading your friends that your photos are not just that!
To truly experience the magnitude of this mountain’s beauty try approaching it from a unique angle and go paragliding. I would recommend bringing a selfie stick along to capture your thrilling ride through the air over one of Europe’s most stunning mountain ranges!
Also known as the emerald lake, this gorgeous body of water is surrounded by steep cliffs and canopied forests. In the summer the water takes on a luminous essence begging to offer sweet relief from the hot temperatures. In the winter the landscape is magically transformed into a silent, frozen winter wonderland. The thick ice covering over the lake offers up a unique opportunity for Under-Ice diving; the scenery under the water becomes dark and mysterious yet strangely beautiful with curious, almost alien looking, ice formations.
Cascade d’Ardent and Cascade de Nyon
Waterfalls are perpetually some of the most photogenic natural beauties around. After the snow melts these water features become raging torrents of icy water rushing down from above. Cascade d’Ardent is an epic 30m high waterfall offering plenty of stunning photo opportunities, while Cascade de Nyon roars straight through the centre of the village. Both are only a short walk away allowing you to visit again and again to get just the right shot!
The Alpine Meadows
During your shuttle ride from Geneva to Morzine transfer your mind and thoughts to the beautiful fields and valleys you pass along the way. In the warmer months Morzine is surrounded by lush rolling meadows and valleys. The warm sunshine cultivates these grassy slopes into becoming blanketed with wild flowers making them breathtakingly beautiful. The stark contrast between the imposing mountains in the background, and the colourful meadows in the foreground, makes for some stunning panoramic photo opportunities. These meadows offer the perfect setting for picnics, hiking or simply a peaceful stopping point to take it all in.
How to Get There
Morzine’s appeal comes from many different aspects found in the resort. However, its brilliant accessibility makes it a favourite amongst travellers looking for less stress and more relaxation. Flights are fairly inexpensive, quick, and offered from most UK airports. An easy Shuttle Direct Geneva to Morzine transfer will quickly whisk you away from the hustle and bustle of the city to best, and most beautiful, sanctuary of tranquillity Mother Nature has to offer.
Lukas Johannes is a driver for Shuttle Direct, the number one provider of shared and private airport transfers all over Europe and northern Africa. If you’re looking for an affordable Geneva to Morzine transfer, Lukas and his colleagues can make sure that you and your luggage get to and from the airport swiftly and safely.
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