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DIRECTIONS

  • Directions From Nearest Airport: Turin, approx. 116km 1hr 15 mins

    From Turin airport follow signs for Autostrade, this is about 4 junctions on the dual carriageway, follow signs to Aosta, there will be three changes of road before you get onto the A5 and they are all very quick in the first 10 minutes of your journey. After the Toll, journey for an hour approximately. Exit the motorway NOT at Aosta but after at the next turn off, at St Pierre/Aymaville. Head for St Pierre NOT Aymaville which is on the opposite side of the valley. Follow signs for Aosta at the large roundabout on the main road. Once on the main road, almost immediately, first turning on the left goes to Sarre central. Follow the road until you reach the small roundabout, turn over the railway and go straight up the hill. First turning on the right (there is a little monument on the corner) the first white house is on the left, Grand Cré 1 and is signposted. Go passed the house and to the left you see a ramp up to the car park. On occasions of public holidays it may be full, make a U turn going back passed the house, there is another car park across the road from which you came in.

  • Directions From Nearest Ferry Port: Calais, 700 miles

    From Calais drive towards Reims, Troyes, Dijon, going towards Geneva when sign posted and onto Chamonix where you need to take the Mont Blanc Tunnel before getting into Chamonix, its well sign posted-once through the tunnel follow the BLUE signs this is not the motorway, motorway signs are GREEN. The motorway saves only 10 minutes and costs around 10 euro.  Its all tunnels, very boring. Continue on the SS26 through all the villages until St. Pierre, looks like Disneyland castle, continue straight through going towards Sarre and Aosta-Follow signs for Aosta at the large roundabout on the main road, go straight ahead road, first turning on the left goes to Sarre central. Follow the road until you reach the small roundabout, turn over the railway and go straight up the hill. First turning on the right (there is a little monument on the corner) the first white house is on the left, Grand Cré 1 and is signposted. Go passed the house and to the left you see a ramp up to the car park. On occasions of public holidays it may be full, make a U turn going back passed the house, there is another car park across the road from which you came in.

  • Directions From Nearest Train Station: Aosta, 1.3 km

    Exit Aosta by following signs to Petit St. Bernado Pass and Courmayeur.
    Sarre is the first main town out of Aosta. Here you will go up a long steady hill, MD AND CONAD SUPERMARKETS on your left - you will arrive at the first set of traffic lights with a Tabac on your right. continue straight at the large roundabout on the main road, turn right and this will take you to Sarre central. Follow the road until you reach the small roundabout, turn right over the railway and go straight up the hill. First turning on the right (there is a little monument on the corner) the first white house is on the left, Grand Cré 1 and is signposted Grand Cré 1. Go passed the house and to the left you see a ramp up to the car park. On occasions of public holidays it may be full, make a U turn going back passed the house, there is another car park across the road from which you came in.

  • Directions From Nearest City: Aosta, 1.5 km

    From Aosta follow signs for Courmayeur Petite, Grand St Bernado. Sarre is the next town to Aosta - on passing the Sarre sign MD AND CONAD SUPERMARKETS on your left, you will go up a long slow hill to traffic lights,you will arrive at the first set of traffic lights with a Tabac on your right. continue straight at the large roundabout on the main road, turn right and this will take you to Sarre central. Follow the road until you reach the small roundabout, turn right over the railway and go straight up the hill. First turning on the right (there is a little monument on the corner) the first white house is on the left, Grand Cré 1 and is signposted Grand Cré 1. Go passed the house and to the left you see a ramp up to the car park. On occasions of public holidays it may be full, make a U turn going back passed the house, there is another car park across the road from which you came in.