dimanche 5 juillet 2015

Évian-les-Bains - Yvoire 2015 (Pháp)

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Évian-les-Bains or Évian (French pronunciation: ​[evjɑ̃ le bɛ̃]) is a commune in the northern part of the Haute-Savoie department in the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France.
A high-market holiday resort and spa town on the shores of Lake Geneva (French:Lac Léman), it has been visited, over two centuries, by royalty such as Kings Edward VII and George V of the United Kingdom and King Farouk of Egypt, and celebritiessuch as countess Anna de Noailles and Marcel Proust.
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YVOIRE (medieval city)

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Yvoire is a medieval city built in the early 14th century.
Located on the French shore of Lake Geneva, between Geneva and Evian, the village of Yvoire is nicknamed the “gem of the lake”.
Yvoire, the gem of Lake Geneva.
Yvoire, the gem of Lake Geneva, from the CGN’s boat leaving the shore.


In the heart of the village, don’t miss the occasion to visit the Garden of Five Senses classified “Remarkable Garden” by the Ministry of Culture. This little piece of green heaven invites you to a poetic discovery of the plants with your five senses.
Everything is made for your pleasure: the pleasure of your eyes with the colorful landscape provided by the arrangement of the flowers, the pleasure of stroking the softness of the foliage, the pleasure of smelling the roses, the pleasure of listening to the birds and the whispering of the water, the pleasure of finally going back to the true tastes of your childhood…
The Garden of the Five Senses.
The Garden of the Five Senses in front of the medieval castle. In the foreground, the cloister.


Flowery medieval village, Yvoire was rewarded many times and is classified amongst the Most Beautiful Villages in France for the charm of its alleys which lead to Lake Geneva and its old rocks which invite the visitor to immerse themselves in the history of Savoie.
In the fortified center, you will travel back to Middle-Age by discovering the gates and ramparts which used to protect the village and the castle from the modern era to discover a picturesque site which has perfectly been preserved.
Some houses were built into the ramparts of Yvoire.
Some houses of the village were built into the ramparts and some windows were made through them.
House of History , Yvoire
At the heart of the village of Yvoire, the House of History provides a better understanding of the medieval village.


Finally enjoy one of the terraces to sip a glass or have dinner in front of the spectacular landscape of Lake Geneva, Jura, Switzerland and the Alps.
Yvoire is a magical place where authenticity and history are mixed. The weather comes as expected…
Sunrise over Yvoire.
Sunrise over Lake Geneva, behind the castle.


Here are some photographs of the medieval village of Yvoire, with the port of YvoireYvoire castle, the Garden of Five Senses andLake Geneva. Submit your photos too on Yvoire’s Facebook page or Instagram.
Yvoire castle
Yvoire castle, unavoidable icon of the village.
The snow-capped Alps.
From Yvoire, the snow-capped Alps and Lake Geneva are bathed in the sunset.
Boat in the port.
A boat with oars from the village rescue section.
L'Italie, the CGN’s paddle boat.
L’Italie, the CGN’s paddle boat leaving the port of Yvoire.
Swans at sunrise.
Sunrise. The swans are already on a stroll

This medieval bourg, ideally situated on the expanse separating the "little lake" from the "great lake", still possesses some of the essential elemants of the fortifications of the 14th Century : the castle, doors, ramparts...

 Known as a modest fishing village in the beginning of the century, Yvoire is now ranked as one of the International Laureates of Floral Decorations, and is a member of the Association of the Most Beautiful Villages of France. This medieval city celebrated its 700 years in 2006.

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