The Val Guiers is a territory of the Pays du Lac d'Aiguebelette and the birthplace of the St Genix Cake. It is an ideal playing field for hikes, bicycles and canoes.
Come to discover Montfleury Castle, Louis Mandrin's hideout and the Galletti Radio-Museum.
Val Guiers is a Savoy territory located at the border between Ain and Isère.
It is edged by the Rhône and the Guiers, that takes its spring in Chartreuse.
Val Guiers is also a great location for aquatic activities such as: fishing, canoe, paddle, canyoning. Equipped paths along the Guiers and the Grenand will enable walkers to discover the water use and its impact on the surrounding nature.
The Guiers, border between the realms of France and Sardinia till 1860, made this territory a place full of history with several cultural and historical sites such as Le Repaire Louis Mandrin, Montfleury Castle or the Galletti Radio-Museum.
The cities of Pont-de-Beauvoisin are nowadays still twin cities separated by the Guiers river. St-Genix-sur-Guiers, a nice medieval village, will make you try their St Genix Cake. The Val Guiers countryside is full of rocky and rammed earth villages such as St Maurice de Rotherens, Belmont-Tramonet or Grésin.
Val Guiers offers low-mountain hiking paths with breathtaking lookouts over the Rhône or the Guiers valley. Crossed by the GR65 and the GR9, Val Guiers is part of long journeys such as St James's Way, la Grande Traversée des Alpes, les Petites Routes du Soleil and the ViaRhôna.
Regardless the weather, Val Guiers is an ideal place for families with its numerous activities for kids: paper chases, treasure hunts, costumed guided tour, playful events, amusement parks.
Our hosts (bed and breakfasts, holiday cottages, campsites and hotels) welcome you all year long whether it is for a night, for the weekend or for holidays.