The Mont Blanc region

Bienvenue au cĹ“ur du pays du Mont-Blanc, un vĂ©ritable paradis alpin oĂą la nature majestueuse se marie harmonieusement avec le charme traditionnel. Nos montagnes emblĂ©matiques, dont le Mont-Blanc, offrent un terrain de jeu incomparable pour les passionnĂ©s d’aventure. Les amateurs de sports d’hiver trouveront leur bonheur dans nos stations de ski de renom, tandis que les randonneurs et les cyclistes seront enchantĂ©s par des sentiers pittoresques menant Ă  des panoramas Ă  couper le souffle.

Beyond the pleasures of ice and snow, our region abounds in authentic villages, lively markets and culinary delights. Visitors can sample delicious Savoyard cuisine in cosy inns and stroll through typical streets steeped in history.

The Pays du Mont-Blanc is a natural territory located in the upper Arve valley, at the foot of the French side of Mont-Blanc, in Haute Savoie. Historically attached to the Chamonix valley, this rich territory now includes 10 tourist communes.

It’s here, in Mont Blanc country, that the perfect balance between adventure and relaxation is found, where awe-inspiring nature provides the backdrop for an unforgettable experience. Come and discover the magic of our region, where every season brings its share of wonder and opportunities to create lasting memories.

On Sunday, October 20, 2024, impatient broomballers will discover cows, mules, horses and goats transforming the village of Saint-Gervais-les-Bains into a large open-air farm for the agricultural fair. For those with a sweet tooth, Megève will be the place to visit France’s greatest Michelin-starred chefs for the 7th edition of Toquicimes from October 17 to 20, 2024.

The Broomball 2024 World Championships will be held in the heart of the Pays du Mont-Blanc, in the towns of Megève, Saint-Gervais-les-Bains and Combloux. In addition to their exceptional and attractive locations, these three cities offer accommodation capacities perfectly suited to the competition.