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The Evian-les-Bains is a charming town located in the Haute Savoie part of Rhone-Alpes. This resplendent area is known for the natural landscapes and the serene terrains. Marketed as a high-end resort and spa town, Evian-les-Bains is probably most famous for the packaged drinking water that comes with the name of Evian. The town is home to several casinos, holiday resorts, high-end hotels and many leisure centers.
A combination of the municipalities of Bussigny-sur-Oron, Châtillens, Chesalles-sur-Oron, Ecoteaux, Oron-la-Ville, Oron-le-Chatel, Palezieux, Les Tavernes, Les Thioleyresand Vuibroye, the impressive town of Oron was formed in 2012. It provides the visitor with a unique experience of a wide variety of historic background and culture. The region around the settlement accounts for over 124 miles of marked paths for hiking and biking and is the best way to explore the varied landscape and habitat. Located in the heart of Oron is the beautiful medieval castle and it can be hired easily for events and weddings as well. Nature lovers will enjoy the Mosses de la Rogivue nature reserve, a marshland of national importance and a reserve for mammals, birds, reptiles and insects.
With the foothills of Mount Pilgrim in the background, the picturesque village of Corseaux is nestled between the Lake Geneva and the main highway. It extends right till the lake and towards the north, the famous vine village Chardonne can be accessed. The beautiful scenery and tranquility of the village, combined with close transportation routes, makes Corseaux an attractive destination, not only for tourists but also working people looking for a feasible residence. The world famous terraced vineyards of Lavaux can be easily accessed from this village and has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Facing the Lake Geneva and the majestic Alps, the vineyards here are known to produce some of the best known versions of red and white wines.
A true Alpine village at heart and still well connected and featuring impressive architecture, a holiday in Yens is an interesting experience. This historic village has evolved over the years and the municipal authorities have achieved significant development in terms of vineyard management and setting up schools, cottages and friendly inns. The main highlight however is taking a stroll on the famed Trail of the Fumas, a historic network of paths and wood ways, situated entirely in the surrounding forest. Named after the ancient inhabitants of this village, the trail educates the visitors about the different types of trees in the forest and is aimed at the preservation and maintenance of the region.
A self-sufficient and thriving community known for the various recreation activities possible here, Bossonnens is a part of the district of Veveyse and is easily accessible from the main road nearby. With massive fields and beautiful Alpine landscapes, visitors can hike across the village and learn more about the calm and relaxing lifestyle here. Sports lovers can enjoy the closely located sports facility, with provisions for squash, tennis and football. Also abounding with historic buildings and structures, the ruins of Château Et Du Bour are the highlight of the village and are listed as a Swiss heritage site of national significance.
Located in the Haute-Savoie department of France, Dranse is a river that flows in to the Lake Geneva. Taking its name from the term ‘Drantia’, the river is a culmination of three mountainous outflows that emerge from the upper Chablais Alps. The three streams are called, Dranse d'Abondance, Dranse de Morzine and Dranse de Bellevaux. Emptying into the Lake Geneva, the river forms the Delta de la Dranse which has been converted into a nature reserve.