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Natural Sites

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Belvédère Park

Belvédère Park

A shaded terraced park above Lake Geneva with fantastic views of the lake and lower town especially in the evening. Close to several restaurants and bars.
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The Dranse Delta nature reserve
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The Dranse Delta nature reserve

The Dranse Delta nature reserve is one of the last natural areas on the shores of lake Geneva ans is home to many animals and plant species.
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Corzent Park
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Corzent Park

This large and romantic park on the banks of Lake Geneva was opened in June 2010 for visitors to enjoy a bit of peace and quiet. It has paths (including paths for disabled visitors), lawns and views of the lake, Jura Mountains and Switzerland.
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Chablais UNESCO Global Geopark
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Chablais UNESCO Global Geopark

The Chablais region has a globally unique geological heritage. In recognition of this, it is a UNESCO Global Geopark.
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La Dranse

La Dranse

Dranse is a white water river in the Haute-Savoie region that runs into Lake Geneva. It is ideal for water sports such as fishing, white water rafting, kayaking and hydrospeed.
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City wood forest

City wood forest

A large forest crossed by pathways on the edge of Thonon. This paradise for walkers, joggers, sports fans (equipped areas), cyclists, horse riders, nature lovers and those who enjoy peace and quiet is open all year round.
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Ripaille Forest

Ripaille Forest

Ripaille Forest is just minutes away from Thonon town centre and is ideal for a lovely walk. This private wooded area is home to several different species of animal and you can stroll along a signposted trail to become one with nature.
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Source de la Versoie

Source de la Versoie

The benefits of Thonon water Clear still water, with a low mineral content, Thonon water is rich in calcium bicarbonate and magnesium, which are particularly diuretic. The Versoie Spring was declared of Public Interest and its use was authorised in June 1864 and was declared of interest to Public Health by the Academy of Medicine in 1890.
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Ripaille Arboretum
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Ripaille Arboretum

At the heart of the Ripaille estate, this enclosed site has, among other things, an ancient 53-hectare oak grove, the former hunting ground of the Counts of Savoy; a 19-hectare arboretum
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Leman lake

Leman lake

Lake Geneva is an authentic inland sea and the largest lake in Western Europe. It started out as a glacier mainly fed by the Rhone River. The lake is majestic in size and is a unique destination as the Sea in the Mountain!
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Montjoux Park
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Montjoux Park

Château de Montjoux woods on the banks of Lake Geneva.
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Place of Crête

Place of Crête

The Foire de Crête esplanade is the place to be and hosts many events including the traditional Foire de Crête and two annual flower markets (Spring and Autumn).
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Montriond Lake

Montriond Lake

This stunning lake - known also as the emerald green lake - sits quietly at the foot of immense cliffs and is a favourite with children and adults thanks to the idyllic vision it offers and the feeling of calm it evokes.
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Tréchauffé viewpoint
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Tréchauffé viewpoint

The magnificient viewpoint at Tréchauffé affords a panorama that stretches from Switzerland to France. Here you can penetrate the story of Evian mineral water, and by taking a stroll you can also discover a traditional high summer farm known as an "alpage".
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Lake Vallon

Lake Vallon

Created by a landslide in 1943, lake Vallon keeps secrets steeped in history. The lake, standing in the shadow of Roc d'Enfer between mountains and forests, delights walkers and anglers ( a haven for trout).
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Jardin des Cinq Sens
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Jardin des Cinq Sens

On the french shore of Lake Geneva hides an emotional garden with a surprising plant diversity. An invitation to the awakening of the senses and the discovery of the green world.
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La Dent d'Oche
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La Dent d'Oche

Legendary walk in Chablais reserved for experienced walkers.
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Les Gorges du Pont du Diable
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Les Gorges du Pont du Diable

The River Dranse and the passage of time dug deep gorges in the valley's large limestone ridge. The Gorges are equipped for easy public access and offer an incredible forest setting and a humbling image of the power of erosion.
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Le Jardin du Clos d'Allinges
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Le Jardin du Clos d'Allinges

Direct sale of vegetables, fruits and processed products, visit the garden and workshops, discovery of permaculture.