Around verbier/St bernard
The small town of Martigy is located on the bend of the river Rhone in French-speaking Valais, at the crossroad between the Simplon, Grand St Bernard and Forclaz mountain passes. Visitors are won over by the town’s culture and heritage, its southern charm and celebrated cuisine.
Fondation Pierre Gianadda
An important cultural attraction, this museum features a park with 35 sculptures. It also houses a Gallo-Roman museum and an automobile museum.
St-Bernard dog museum
Discover the history of the St Bernard dogs as well the mountain pass and Grand St Bernard hospice.
Martigny is an ancient Roman town. Discover the ampitheatre, the temple of Mithra, the church crypt and the Gallo-Roman museum.
Château de la Bâtiaz
Restored in 2000, the château is home to a medieval tavern that seats up to 90 people and offers exceptional views over the town.
Manoir de la ville
This space dedicated to contemporary art is housed in an 18th century building where you can discover fine art, litterature, music and philosophy.
Fondation Louis Moret
Five annual exhibitions showcase new work by contemporary Swiss and European artists, painters, engravers, sculptors and photographers.
The Morand family has been making different types of fruit-based eau-de-vie including "Williamaine®" and "abricotine" pear and abricot liquer since 1889.
Earth Science Museum
Visit the mineral collection as well as temporary exhibitions and conferences and take a tour around a reconstructed mine.
This 18th century windmill is still active today. You can visit one of the exhibitions held here or try the bread that is baked on site.
A typical village in the heart of the vineyards, Plan-Cerisier’s cafe has a magnicent terrace with panoramic views over the Rhone Valley.