Yvoire is a small Medieval village of more than 700ans (the oldest buildings are from the XIIth century) on the shores of Leman Lake renowned for its beauty and age. It is rewarded every year in the competition of flowery cities and villages. It was an ancient key place of passage that allowed to monitor the crossing between the small and the great lake, and therefore also an important military

From Chamonix, the famous little red rack and pinion train of Montenvers will take you in only twenty minutes, climbing the 1000m of elevation, to one of the most famous sites of the Mont Blanc: The Mer de Glace (Sea of Ice). This is the 3rd largest glacier in the Alps and the first French glacier, consisting of 3 smaller ones, it stretches over 7km and is more than 200m

Lake Geneva General Navigation Company (commonly abbreviated to CGN) is one of the wonders of the Leman lake. Founded in 1873, it offers many crossings of the lake every day (summer and winter) as well as splendid cruises around the lake. It has 19 ships, including 8 Historic ones that use paddle wheels (see photo below), as well as more modern like the navibus that will allow you to cross

The dam of Emosson, more than 180m high, is one of Switzerland’s most beautiful dam, the third in terms of size. It is more precisely located in the canton of Valais, very close to the French border that had to be modified to allow its construction. Built between 1967 and 1975, it is used to generate hydroelectric power by capturing water from two glaciers of the Mont Blanc. It is