The Platé lapies is renowned as the largest in Europe and offers a magnificent view of Mont Blanc. It covers most of the plateau, giving it the rightful...Read more
Lac de Sainte Hélène: this natural lake, supplied by the Coisetan waterways, is a protected area where the riverbanks remain untouched. A marked footpath,...Read more
An exhibition that sheds light on the biggest hydroelectric construction site ever built by the French electricity company 'EDF', and explains all about...Read more
A 400m-long (440yd) circular trail paints a picture of the landscape and explains the relationship between man and river.The River Ain meanders broadly,...Read more
Discover the springs of a river with a long history, thanks to a thematic trail with information about the watermills and their remains.
This old castle is built on a rocky peak at the mouth of the ria. A strategic position since the Arguenon River was a border as well as a way inland.
When in the marshes, be warned of the tide, follow the path for 2km (1.2 miles). Go back up after a wooden bridge towards St-Pierre