Pop over the past and appreciate the beauty of Yvoire, a city frozen by the Time.
Board one of our comfortable vehicles, drive along the Geneva Lake to reach the fortified village of Yvoire.
Built in 1036, Yvoire's castle is the target of all photography-lovers. The military dungeon built in the 14th century was used to control the road that linked Geneva to the high valley
of the Rhône, and to Italy.
Spend some free time as a self-guided tour and enjoy the atmosphere of this unique place. Regarded as one of the most beautiful villages of France, medieval Yvoire is situated right
beside the Leman Lake. Sample one of the local specialties - a fish dish called filet de perche - in front of the magnificent Lake.
During more than 700-years-old, the village has miraculously preserved invaluable testimonies of the past: castle, ramparts, doors and ditch.
For the return trip to Geneva, you will cross the lake aboard the paddle steamer Belle Epoque.
On this self-guided tour, you will receive a map with the highlights of the area as well as details on departure point and time.