Guided Visits13 results
You can register for a planned group visit or contact directly a guide for a private visit.
Guided visit "XIXth and XXth centuries architecture in the Mont-Blanc region"
Along the 1 km "granite" path, you will learn about the daily life of the stone mason. Then, it's possible to discover the Laurenzio company, the last granite exploitation in Combloux! (5€)
Guided tour (in French) of the granite stonemasonery business "Laurenzio"
Discover the trade of being a granite stonemason... Find out about how they extract the granite from various sources, to what the finished product becomes... From a kitchen work top or a chimney, to ice cubes!) An ancient know-how perfectly aligned with modern technology.
Guided visit "St Nicolas' church described by Joseph Rouge, priest at Combloux in 1733"
During the Baroque Festival : Discover the magnificient baroque Church of Combloux dedicated to Saint Nicolas. Our heritage guides will bring back to life ancient traditions based on a report wrote in 1733 by Joseph Rouge, parish priest of Combloux. Please note that this visit is available only in French.
Guided visit : Treasure of Combloux"
Spend some time as a family and discover how the inhabitants of Combloux used to live. This visit around an old farm is like taking a step back in time, and will show you not only what was their daily lives, but what they used to wear and how they celebrated their traditions, then the ecological lake and the Palace PLM.
Farm visit "GAEC Val Mont-Blanc"
It is at the heart of this family farm that the Paget family cultivates its love for agricultural life. With pleasure and passion, they will tell you the cheese making and share a tasting of it in a traditional atmosphere.
Guided visit: Isidore's farm and the PLM building
Spend some time as a family and discover how the inhabitants of Combloux used to live. This visit around an old farm is like taking a step back in time, and will show you not only what was their daily lives, but what they used to wear and how they celebrated their traditions.