Discover Savoie countryside through our farmers'eyesAnother vision of the Alps
Discover our mountain agriculture
Savoie and Haute-Savoie are not only about skiing, we all got that right. But what else could we do then, all year round with all these passes and valleys?
To understand better sustainable agriculture in our region, we offer you different possible itineraries that will allow you to meet local producers. Follow us in the footsteps of our producers and discover the people who make our products world-renowned.
A week-end around Aix-les-Bains & Annecy
Your holiday destination awaits you: Aix-les-Bains, between town, lake and mountain. This is your starting point for your great weekends to discover the Savoyard culinary traditions!
Day 1 - Lac du Bourget and Chanaz
Your first day will take you to Chanaz, a cosy tiny Savoyard village with many producers. You can promade through and discover the pretty shops that give the place its charm: taste chocolate, try beer, visit the old mill still in operation, buy coffee…
Day 2 - Le massif des Bauges
Your second day will take you to the regional park of the Bauges massif, with a first stop in a rural setting where you will discover aromatic and medicinal plants. A stop at the Revard viewpoint will allow you to enjoy a superb view of the lake and the surrounding peaks. You can then visit an eco-responsible farm to better understand the region’s economic and environmental issues.
Day 3 - The vineyards of Savoy
.Your third day will be devoted to discovering the vineyards, so abundant in our region! You will go on an oenological hike accompanied by a wine grower in love with his terroir.
Focus on our partner:
La Ferme des oursons
At the entrance of the Parc Naturel Régional des Bauges, only 20 minutes away from Aix-les-Bains, the ferme des oursons (litteraly the farm of the bears cubs) invites you to discover responsible, sustainable mountain agriculture that respects the environment and animals.
The farm offers group visits, workshops and tastings in a bucolic landscape! An essential stop if you want to learn more about the products and methods of sustainable agriculture.