Villages and Towns
The pretty village of Conjux has a small port and a beach for swimming, which is free and supervised in July and August.Discover
The port, beach and water activities.
The port restaurant.
Chapel St Crépin.
Known as ‘Savoie’s Little Venice’, the delightful village of Chanaz welcomes more than 200,000 visitors during the summer season.Discover
Maison de Boigne and its Pigeonnier.
The nut and hazelnut oil mill.
Canal de Savière.
Le Bourget du lac
Le Bourget-du-Lac offers more than 50 days of events and entertainment. Sports meetings (water sports, cycling, car), cultural events (music shows, theatre or dance, outdoor cinema…), family events (traditional or themed markets, night markets by the lake).Discover
Ports, beaches and water activities.
Priory and its gardens.
Aix Les Bains
A town on a human scale, with beautifully kept parks and gardens. Aix-les-Bains is also a city with a prestigious past thanks to its Roman remains and Belle Époque palaces. The city has many thermal facilities and fitness centres that offer activities and treatments.Discover
The historic thermal baths.
Church of Our Lady.
The Arc de Campanus.
The Grand Circle Casino and its theatre.
The floral park of the Thermal Baths.
The Faure Museum.
Lapidary and Archaeological Museum.
Former capital of the House of Savoy and Former home to the Holy Shroud of Turin, Chambéry’s proud past is embodied in the powerful silhouette of the castle. Surrounding it are many buildings of all periods and of great architectural interest, which can be discovered along the alleys and passages of the old town!Discover
The old town
Castle of the Dukes of Savoy.
St. Francis de Sales Cathedral.
Fontaine des Éléphants.
Fine Arts Museum.
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