Alpine Adventure are happy to arrange sightseeing day trips or week long itineraries for your stay. Alternatively, if you prefer to explore the area independantly, here are a few ideas.
A Stone's throw from the house ..
Les Lindarets ("the goat village")
A traditional mountain village, unique in that a herd of 40 freindly goats wander freely through the streets enjoying the attention of the many visitors. The village offers numerous restaurants, souvenir shops and beautiful picnic spots on the river. An afternoon out here is something that families can't fail to enjoy.
A beautiful spot: a magnificent lake surrounded by imposing cliffs on one side and spectacular views on the other. There is a safe, supervised swimming area and fishing, kayaking, walking and pony trekking can also be enjoyed.
"Pont du diable" gorges
A spectacular array of gorges carved out of the limestone rocks by the river Dranse. Open 9:30 to 18:00 from May to September.
The historic "Abbaye d'Aulps" in the centre of St Jean d'Aulps is open during July & August from 10:00 to 19:00.
The pretty spa-towns of Thonon-Les-Bains and Evian, resting on the edge of lake Geneva, are just a short drive from the chalet
The medieval fishing village of Yvoire is 55 minutes drive from Morzine. The village is full of character and well worth a visit
The cosmopolitan, bustling Swiss city of Geneva is just over an hour's drive away. Geneva is full of great restaurants, bars and shops and hosts regular events and festivals throughout the year
The picturesque town of Annecy is 1.5hrs from the chalet. While away the hours strolling through the quaint streets of the old-town or spend an afternoon at the sunny beach
Chamonix (1hour 20mins drive) is another local town which you can't miss visiting. The village itself offers numerous great bars, restaurants and amenities and it is also a great base for a visit to the magnificent Mont Blanc
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