Summer's paradise mountain village
Winter sports like skiing and skating, hiking in the summer, all sit pretty in Meg�ve. But that’s not all.
Mountain village with a strong authenticity that thrives around its fantastic central square, Meg�ve is the chance to discover a multitude of activities for all the family. It’s impossible to keep track of all the good reasons to head to Meg�ve, the alpine resort is appealing in all manner of ways. With gastronomy, sport, culture and relaxation, Meg�ve certainly isn’t short of assets. The fine gourmets and grand gourmets, who know only too well that Meg�ve is one of the region’s top culinary destinations, always find true happiness here. Shopping fans are equally at home with the 200 shops which line the village’s streets. In fact, the charms of those same streets are revealed at any pace: on foot, by bike or even, for the delight of children and romantics, a ride in one of the famous sledges pulled by horses whose hooves clip-clop along the cobblestones, whatever the weather and the season. Meg�ve, nestled at the heart of the grandiose panorama of the Mont-Blanc massif, is also the perfect place to make the most of the extraordinary range of outdoor activities on offer.
See you soon in Meg�ve…
Meg�ve, a real alpine village
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Well before winter sports began, Meg�ve had already shaped its character, its style and its reputation, thanks to this exceptional location. To be found only a short 1-hour drive from Geneva, with the snow covered summits as a background, and above all, the MONT BLANC, Meg�ve lies in the heart of a vast mountain amphitheatre, covered with green pastures and pine forests.
The pure fresh water that flows from the springs, waterfalls, streams and fountains give Meg�ve its renowned title as the Alpine water capital. Bracing air, blue sky, snowy heights, everything reminds the absence of pollution… The Village Square, with its horse drawn carriages, so full of charm, welcomes the casual passerby as it does the public celebration of a particular event.
Everyone agrees, the summer will be perfect in Meg�ve. And in winter, with 445 km of slopes, Meg�ve is a genuine Garden of Eden for skiers and snowboarders.
Meg�ve, Alpine Capital of Gastronomy
Meg�ve is a leading food destination, with numerous high quality restaurants. On February 27th 2012, the talented Emmanuel Renaut, Chef of the FLOCONS DE SEL in Meg�ve, was accredited the supreme consecration by the Michelin Guide, thus crowning the career of this atypical, brilliant, passionate and audacious chef. With this 3rd Michelin star restaurant and its large choice of excellent tables, Meg�ve is the gastronomic Alpine capital.
All the fashion houses, including Herm�s, Aallard, Fa�onnable, Escada… are present in Meg�ve. A multitude of boutiques, art galleries, antique dealers are to be found all around the Church square and the nearby cobbled streets.
Spas and Relaxation
Meg�ve offers numerous renowned spas, each one with its own special treatments and exclusive formulas: from precious stone therapy to organic facial or body treatments, massages from around the World and the latest well-being innovative techniques…
Hikers have their choice of 150 km of marked-out footpaths situated at an altitude between 1100 and 2500 meters. They can breathe in nature surrounded by alpine forests and clear running torrents in a symphony of colors full of alpine flora.
The gondolas can take you up and show you an immediate view of the Mont Blanc mountain range, therefore making it more accessible for hikers and bikers.
Others outdoor activities
18-hole golf course, horseback riding, flying in a plane, a helicopter or a hot-air balloon, canyoning, rafting, mountain biking, swimming, tennis, as well as rock climbing and high altitude mountain activities with our mountain guides.