How to get to Morillon ?

GPS coordinates : 46° 05′ 05.8″N  6° 40′ 16.6″E

In the heart of Haute-Savoie, the Visigny Chalet is located in Morillon-Village, only 4 km from Samoëns and 15 km from Cluses, our apartments are easily accessible. Even in the middle of winter, the road to the chalet is always clear.
The Visigny Chalet has a private parking lot, four places per apartment, one of which is covered, and a universal charging station for electric vehicles (shared equipment).

The Visigny Chalet

411 Route de Cluses, Morillon, Haute Savoie, France

Phone number

+33 (0)6 12 34 04 04



Follow the A40 freeway in the direction of Genève/Chamonix, take the exit n° 18 : Cluses – La Sardagne – Samoëns – Les Gets – Morzine – Avoriaz. Then follow Chatillon – Samoëns, to arrive in Morillon.

See the mandatory winter car equipment


Nearest train stations :
Cluses (TGV)
– Gare Cornavin – Genève TGV


Nearest Airports :
At 1 hour – Geneva Airport
At 2 hours – Lyon Airport


Regular connections between Cluses train station and Sixt-Fer-à-Cheval passing through Morillon. Schedules
Regular connections between Annemasse train station et Sixt-Fer-à-Cheval passing through Verchaix and MorillonSchedules
Regular connection between Geneva airport and Taninges :

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    Mountain equipment. New regulations from November 1, 2022

    In order to improve road traffic in mountainous regions and user safety, it is mandatory to equip your vehicle with winter tires or to have snow chains or socks, from November 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023, in certain mountainous areas (Alps, Corsica, Central Massif, Jura Massif, Pyrenees, Vosges Massif).
    This winter obligation came into force on November 1, 2021, and was set by a decree published in the Journal officiel on October 18, 2020.
    All vehicles with four or more wheels are concerned by this obligation: light vehicles, commercial vehicles, campers, coaches, buses and heavy goods vehicles.
    A new sign will indicate to road users the entrances and exits of mountainous areas where the winter equipment obligation applies. A sign will specify the winter period, to remind users that these obligations only apply from November 1 to March 31. Signage is necessary for the measure to be enforceable.
    In the zones established by the prefects, vehicles must either carry metal snow chains or snow socks in their trunks to equip at least two driving wheels, or be equipped with 4 winter tires.
    For the next few winters, from 2022 to 2024, the “winter tire” designation will cover all tires identified by one of the “M+S”, “M.S” or “M&S” markings or by the combined presence of the “alpine symbol” marking (recognized under the name “3PMSF” (3 Peak Mountain Snow Flake) and one of the “M+S”, “M.S” or “M&S” markings
    As of November 1, 2024, it will only cover tires identified by the presence of both the “Alpine Symbol” marking (recognized as “3PMSF” (3 Peak Mountain Snow Flake) and one of the “M+S”, “M.S” or “M&S” markings.
    This requirement does not apply to vehicles equipped with studded tires.
    Until November 1, 2024, snow tires marked “M+S” only will be tolerated.
    Four-season tires (4S, All Weather, All Season) have no regulatory definition: to be considered winter tires, they must be stamped “3PMSF”, or at least “M+S” until November 1, 2024.
    From November 1, 2024, only 3PMSF tires will be accepted as equivalent to chains. The purchase and use of other “snow tires” will remain possible, but users will also have to have chains to drive from November 1 to March 31 in the areas concerned by the obligation.