- What can you do when you're not skiing?
Snowshoeing, dog sledding, a trip on the Tramway du Mont-Blanc, relaxing at the thermal baths or lunching on a terrace in Saint-Gervais, treat yourself to the most beautiful 360° panoramas in the Mont-Blanc region!
- Where can you find the best views of Mont Blanc?
Discover breathtaking views of Mont-Blanc from Mont d’Arbois (gondola access), Plateau de la Croix (chairlift access) and Col de Voza (Mont-Blanc tramway access).
- How to discover the history of the Village?
From the thermal era to the development of skiing, Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc isn’t just about sport, it’s also about culture and discovery. Two of the region’s most renowned Baroque churches, two museums, artist residences and art exhibitions all year round.
- Are there still "Bains" in Saint-Gervais?
Nested in a magnificent 10-hectare wooded park, the Thermes de Saint-Gervais is a unique place. From the time when the first curists came to “take the waters” to enjoy its benefits, the Thermes have always known how to reinvent themselves. After more than 6,000 years underground, the water is highly enriched in minerals and trace elements, preserved from any external pollution, and still offers exceptional therapeutic benefits today.
Between thermal spa, massages and wellness treatments, the Thermes welcome adults and children all year round, for a moment of relaxation and complete serenity.
- Where can I get to with the Mont Blanc Tramway?
In summer, from the SNCF station at Le Fayet (580 m) or the village of Saint-Gervais (820 m), the Tramway du Mont-Blanc gives you access to the Nid d’Aigle (2380 m), gateway to the royal Mont-Blanc route, with an exceptional view of the Bionnassay glacier.
In winter, from Le Fayet or Saint-Gervais, the Tramway du Mont-Blanc opens the doors to the friendly, family-friendly ski area of Les Houches – St Gervais (1800 m): the magnificent Bellevue plateau, which lives up to its name!
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