Les sites naturels
Lake, Natural wonder Lac de Machilly
With its source in the Voirons massif, the Foron is a waterway which crosses the Annemasse region from end to end. It crosses wet zones, agricultural plains, meadows, villages and also cities.
Pond Étangs d'Étrembières
This natural area located on the banks of the river Arve is made up of 3 stretches of water. It is classified as a biotope and provides a habitat for several species of protected animals and plants on both a regional and national level, such as beavers, little grebes, common reed buntings and reed warblers.
Viewpoint Signal des Voirons
Summit of a forest walk which is accessible even for very young children. When the weather is good, the whole valley is all yours.
Forest Bois de Vernaz
‘Le Bois de Vernaz’ on the banks of the river Arve is a natural, wooded location offering walkers and mountain bikers a place in which to spend some time relaxing and discovering the local fauna and flora.
Island Île aux Castors
Témoin de l’ancien aspect tressé de l’Arve, le torrent présente sur Gaillard un bras au niveau du Bois de la Châtelaine. C’est ainsi qu’une île trône fièrement dans un méandre de l’Arve.
Mountain Le Salève
Enjoy a 360º panoramic view over Geneva and its lake, the Mont-Blanc range and the Jura from the top of this mountain with its many different aspects.
Mountain Les Voirons
From the Voirons crest (altitude 1 480m), you can enjoy a panoramic view across Lake Geneva, the Vallée Verte, the Giffre mountains, the Aravis and Mont-Blanc.
Forest Bois des prunelliers
Venez découvrir ce petit bois situé dans le quartier de Romagny, entre les rues des Tournelles et de Romagny.
Office de Tourisme Monts de Genève
57 avenue de la Gare
Tel. : 04 50 95 07 10
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