Throughout the week the Thollon Tourist Office organises visits to discover local professions, history and heritage: fishery, cheesemakers, distillery, soap making and more.
For more information call into the Tourist Office.
Come Discover and taste cheese of our region!More information about Fromagerie Vesin
This lakeside garden is located at the western entrance to Evian. A wetland research and information centre, it presents – via an exhibition and a discovery trail through the park – the various watery ecosystems: ponds, mountain streams, marshes…More information about The Pré Curieux water gardens
On the site of the parish church of Meillerie was founded in the Middle Ages a priory of regular canons of Saint-Augustin, dependent on the hospice of the Great Saint-Bernard. Bell tower, choir of the church listed as historical monuments.More information about Prieuré de Meillerie
The Savoie, whose home port is Evian, is the replica of a 35-m barque with lateen sails. It was built in 1896 near Geneva for a family of boatmen from Meillerie, the Pérays.More information about Cruises on board “la Savoie”
A programme of thematic exhibitions is presented every year : paintings, sculptures, photographs, etc. In just a few years, the Palais Lumière has become one of the main cultural and artistic centres of the lake Geneva basin.More information about Palais Lumière
Place of conservation of the historical archives of the City and temporary exhibition space, the Maison Gribaldi is one of the last vestiges of old Evian.More information about Maison Gribaldi
Le clocher de l’église de Saint Paul en Chablais a été détruit par un incendie en 1906. Il était doté d’un clocher à bulbe, une architecture qui caractérise les paysages des vallées haut-savoyardes. Le clocher a été reconstruit à l’identique en 2012.
En juillet-août, des visites gratuites sont possibles le mardi à 18h sur réservation à la Mairie.
Founded in the 12th century by canons and occupied by Cistercian monks from the 17th century, the Abbey of Abondance was abolished in 1761. It reveals the power of a gothic mountain architecture and conceals fabulous artistic treasures.More information about Abbey of Abondance