Historical sites in Haute-Savoie

Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France

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Make your vacation in Haute-Savoie an unforgettable experience! We have put together our suggestions for the most beautiful places to visit and attractions available here. Enjoy discovering!
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historical sites in Haute-Savoie

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Historical Site · Rhône-Alpes
Château de Clermont
The only remaining example of Italian Renaissance architecture in Haute-Savoie, the chateau has been beautifully renovated and welcomes visitors to immerse themselves in its history.
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Historical Site · Rhône-Alpes
Thermes de Thonon-les-Bains
Nestled in a verdant park, close to the pedestrian streets, the spa offers a range of treatments, relaxation treatments and fitness.
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Historical Site · Rhône-Alpes
Château de Ripaille
Historic, cultural and winemaking centre in Haute-Savoie, the Castle de Ripaille is also one of the biggest and most remarkable natural sites on the banks of Lake Geneva.
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Historical Site · Rhône-Alpes
Kilomètre Zéro de la Route des Grandes Alpes
Thonon is «Kilomètre Zero» starting point of the Route des Grandes Alpes between Thonon and Menton. By bicycle, motorcycle or car, set out to discover this 700 km long route and pass the most legendary Alpine cols. Get your control card so that you can get your diploma at the end, an unforgettable reward for your Alpine adventure!
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Historical Site · Rhône-Alpes
L'abbaye Sainte-Marie d'Aulps
Founded in about 1095 by monks that came from the Molesne abbey in Burgundy, the abbey affiliated itself to the Cistercians in 1136 after which it became one of the most powerful in medieval Savoie due its income from property rights.
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Historical Site · Rhône-Alpes
La Chartreuse du Reposoir - Le Carmel
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Historical Site · Rhône-Alpes
Moulin d'Anatole
Don’t miss this magical place steeped in history, thanks to Anatole Degenève. The oil mill, a listed Moulin d’Autrefois building, and its sawmill are worked by the power of the water.
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