The village of Boudin is the highest of the many hamlets of the Beaufort community. This village is so remarkable that it has been classified as a ‘protected...Read more
The project starts in 1995 with the creation of an association to have a church in Les Saisies. The church was built in 2000 and the first mass was celebrated...Read more
This baroque church is famous for its steeple that we call "clocher à bulbe". This monument is dedicated to St Jacques d'Assyrie (1st évêque of Tarentaise).
The Church of St. John the Baptist of Arêches is a fine homogeneous example of Savoyard Baroque art and deserves a visit. Basilica- shaped, with a particularly...Read more
Recently restored chapel housing a new ‘Chemin de vie’ with 11 paintings by Christiane Wyss-Blin. A bell tower surmounted by a spire, a beautiful wrought...Read more
Dedicated to Saint-Ours, and still consacrated, Beaubois Chapel must have been built in the 16th Centhury, or in the beginning of the 17th. Before, Roselend's...Read more
Heritage Discovery walk : Follow, on the map provided by the tourist office, the itinerary that includes 18 signs. The departure is just in front of the...Read more
A vault-type concrete structure, the Tignes dam is one of the highest in the world. In 1952, despite the resistance of the Tignards, the old village of...Read more
La chapelle de Montgésin a été construite en 1658 au coeur du petit hameau de Montgésin.
Cette chapelle, de style baroque, qui vient de faire l'objet...Read more
One of the town’s emblematic monuments, this fountain was built in 1838 to pay tribute to General de Boigne, a major benefactor of Chambéry, his native...Read more