LOCAL ACTIVITIES

Hotel La Verniaz is ideally located for walks in the mountains, at the edge of Lake Geneva or neighboring Switzerland.

 

Location

80 km Annecy
46 km from Geneva
2 km from the dock at the CGN (Evian route – Lausanne by boat)
18 km from the Swiss border of Saint Gingolph

 

Nature & discovery

Everything nearby, discover the charm of the country Gavot. This plateau overlooking Lake Geneva and the Alps leads with its picturesque village of Bernex   and the superb panorama of Thollon les Mémises.

Continue a few kilometers and discover the Abondance Valley with its roads lined with authentic chalets or choose the neighbouring Aulps Valley, further will take you to Avoriaz, “Les Portes du Soleil”, passing through the beautiful Lake Montriond and Lindarets the village.

In Spring, for a few hours or even a day, taking a stroll with the family or a bike ride in Lake Geneva Country offers a multitude of trails to discover in the region and its landscape.

Discover its historical tour marked with 15 points of information. It tells the story of the main historical buildings from the Middle Ages to the Belle Epoque.

In Summer, enjoy the solar catamaran to admire the city from the lake and visit the botanical gardens of Pré-Curieux.

From May 15 to September 20, a funicular is available for free just meters from the hotel taking you on the Lake.

At the Cachat Spring located on the pedestrian street of Evian, you will taste the Evian Mineral Water. In summer, you can visit the bottling plant, located in Amphion-les-Bains (by appointment).

The Evian Baths and the beautiful view of the lake, let you eliminate the stress of modern life.

Evian Golf Major

Discover the great golfing Evian Major. It meets every year with more than 100 of the best players from around the world to attend the Evian Major Championship.

Rallye Cup Alpine 2014

Created in the 1920s, but raced regularly from 1946. The Coupe des Alpes acquired its letters of nobility in 1950, becoming a major international event. 3000-4000 km long, it crossed the Alps from France to Germany, through Italy, Switzerland, Yugoslavia and Austria. It was long considered the most selective test of the European Championship rallies.