Clermont-Ferrand, en route for Puy de Dôme
A flight from Nice to Clermont-Ferrand takes you right to the centre of France and the rolling green hills of the Auvergne region, where centuries-old farms coexist with high-tech factories, top universities, spa towns and ski resorts. In the centre of this small, dynamic world sits its capital: Clermont-Ferrand. An ambitious, forward-thinking city with a rich history that in and of itself merits a return Nice-Clermont flight!
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Can you hear them? Hear what? The puys, ancient dormant volcanoes of the Massif Central! They’re calling, promising you breath-taking scenery, beautiful hikes, and healing waters. Don’t wait, answer their call! Head to MisterFly to find a seat on a direct flight from Nice to Clermont. Not only can you book directly with no hidden fees, but our partner also offers the opportunity to pay for your Nice-Clermont flight over several monthly instalments. A leg up that will allow you to take full advantage of your holiday in the Michelin Man’s hometown.
Your Nice-Clermont-Ferrand direct flight
There’s just one airline for a Nice-Clermont-Ferrand flight: Hop! As with all of their flights from Nice, this Air France affiliate flies to the Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne Airport from Terminal 2.
And while you’ll be travelling within France, you’ll still need to go through security screenings before your flight. Arrive at the airport at least 1 hour before departure to do so stress-free. And should you need to go to the airline counter to check bags or collect your ticket, be sure to give yourself an additional 15 minutes.
Departure airport Nice Côte d'Azur Airport Departure terminal Terminal 2 Arrival airport
Arriving in Clermont-Ferrand
Situated just 6 km from the city centre, the Clermont-Ferrand-Auvergne Airport provides easy access to the city. To get there, you have several options:
- Take the bus: you’ll find a stop just a 3 minute walk from the terminal. Line 20 will take you to Montferrand (get off at stop “Musée d'Art Roger Quilliot”). From there, you can take tram line A to get to Place de Jaude in the centre of Clermont.
- Take the train: as you exit the terminal, follow the pedestrian walkway to the Aulnat Aéroport station (5 minutes’ walk) and take TER 6 to get to Clermont-Ferrand in just 10 minutes.
- Take a taxi: This will take about 10 minutes.Hire a car: You’ll find 5 agencies at the airport. A useful option if you’d like to visit the rest of Auvergne.
What to do in
Clermont Ferrand ?
Located at the foot of Puy de Dôme, one of Auvergne’s most famous volcanoes, the birthplace of Blaise Pascal has two faces. One is Clermont, the oldest and formerly Arvernis, the city of Avernes under Vercingetorix; the other is Montferrand, medieval and claimed by an Auvergne count. From these beginnings, Clermont-Ferrand inherited an incredible legacy which its economic strength - driven by numerous companies, with Michelin at the helm - has allowed it to preserve.
Frequently asked questions
How long does a Nice-Clermont-Ferrand flight take?
With a Nice-Clermont-Ferrand flight, your trip to Puy-de-Dôme takes 1 hour.
Which airlines provide Nice-Clermont-Ferrand direct flights?
You’ll be flying with HOP! Air France on your Nice-Clermont-Ferrand flight.
How many Nice-Clermont-Ferrand flights are there per week?
Each week during spring and summer, Hop! provides 1 flight from Nice to Clermont-Ferrand.
How much does a Nice-Clermont-Ferrand flight cost?
The lowest price for a Nice-Clermont-Ferrand return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 134€ .
What is the best time of year to visit Clermont-Ferrand?
You’ll find true seasons in Clermont-Ferrand. Temperatures are nice in spring and summer, and cold in winter. So how do you want to experience the sleeping volcanoes of the Chaîne des Puys, just minutes from Clermont-Ferrand? Sprinkled with snow or rolling green? Whatever your preference, there’s always something happening in the capital of Auvergne! The city is animated year-round with multiple festivals and art shows: The Short Film Festival - the largest of its kind in the world - in February; Europavox in June, which brings together the best of Europe’s music scene; the “contre plongées” (“worm’s eye view”) in July and August, which is dedicated to street performances; and Jazz en Tête in October, where you’ll see all the big names and best newcomers of the world of jazz.