The Lake of Mison is a sensitive departmental natural area, rich with reed bed, interesting fauna and flora and offers beautiful views of the Alpine peaks....Read more
In the nature reserve, the succession of wetlands (lakes, peat bogs, ponds) and dry areas (dry grassland, juniper heaths, boxwood formations, oak forests)...Read more
Indulge yourself in the delights of this magical place where you can really recharge your batteries... Peaceful waters, gentle mountain slopes, lush aquatic...Read more
Lake Saint André lies at the foot of the huge north face of Mont Granier, formed by a catastrophic landslide in 1248.
The lake is open to bathers...Read more
Beauty of the lake and mountains evolving all the time! Lake Annecy's clear waters are surrounded by moutains which colours change with seasons or light:...Read more
The Lac de Carouge is a former gravel pit, which was transformed 20 years ago into a popular leisure centre that attracts visitors throughout the year.
An easy walk along the river banks from the town centre to the place known as "Les Pertes de la Valserine", where the river disappears into a bottomless...Read more
A pretty little river meandering through Izernore plain, easily accessible to anglers, ramblers and families.