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All to the beach!

Montreux Riviera has privileged access to the largest - and most beautiful! - basin in Western Europe: Lake Geneva. A little over 25 km of shoreline dotted with small creeks, bays and public beaches equipped for all tastes. So follow the guide to find out where to put down your bath towels this summer! And spend an ideal week's holiday by the water.
 

Les Marines

Soft grass and sunset

Villeneuve


Are you more into green hills or pebbled shores with your feet in the water? The advantage of Les Marines beach is that you don't have to choose!

A playground for children, 3 and 7.5 metre diving boards with free access for acrobats, but also SUP or kayak hire in the immediate vicinity: everything is in place for everyone to have an ideal day until the sun sets... which has the elegance to bow out all summer right in line with the beach.

 


Le Pierrier

A healthy mind in a healthy body

Clarens
 

Behind its rocky name lies an oasis of greenery, sand and relaxation. With beach volleyball courts, table tennis and SUP or kayak rental on one side, a playground, petanque court and ramp on the other, the Pierrier beach is a multi-sport area... without neglecting the space needed for those who prefer to relax between two swims. And enjoy a refreshing ice cream.

 

La Maladaire

Embracing the mountains

La Tour-de-Peilz
 

La Maladaire is a campsite, a restaurant and a beach all in one. It is almost like an autonomous ecosystem. Well hidden below the Route de Saint-Maurice, out of sight and out of mind, the place offers the chance to relax on a beautiful lawn while enjoying a magnificent view of the neighbouring mountains and the famous Dents-du-Midi. In the low season, the premises are transformed to accommodate a mobile sauna and a yurt equipped with a massage table. 

 

Rivaz Plage

Lake secrets in the land of chasselas

Rivaz


Easily accessible by train and boat, Rivaz Plage is a small haven of peace with a view of the mountains and vineyards of Lavaux, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With pebbles on the left, a lawn to the right and a diving board in the middle, the place quickly invites you to forget the rest of the world. A very legitimate feeling, even if it would be a shame to miss a visit to the village of Rivaz located only 10 minutes away on foot.

 

Plage de Chillon

Swimming at the foot of a giant

Veytaux
 

Proudly standing on its rocky islet, the Chillon Castle has been part of the landscape since the 12th century. A national emblem that has nevertheless managed to remain humble, since it hides a charming little sandy beach with an atmosphere that is particularly popular with families and locals. Admittedly poorly equipped, with the notable exception of a shower and a place for barbecues, it nevertheless shines with its exceptional view of the fortress.

 

Jardin Doret

A garden in the city
Vevey

 

Named in homage to the Swiss composer Gustave Doret (1866-1943), this park, well known to the people of Vevey, extends over about two hectares of lawn with trees. A vast expanse where everyone can enjoy a sunny day in his or her own way: playground, beach volleyball court, ping-pong tables, ice creams, etc. It's hard not to find something to enjoy here. Much more than an Eldorado for hedonists, the Jardin Doret is a real institution!

 

Moratel

In the heart of lavaux

Cully
 

Equidistant from the villages of Cully, Riex and Epesses, the Moratel beach is an authentic meeting place for all lake lovers. Located in the heart of Lavaux, a UNESCO World Heritage site, it offers an exceptional view of the terraced vineyards. Quietly installed on the grass, the summer visitor is invited to refresh himself in the clear waters of Lake Geneva, where a small pleasure boat floats not far away.