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fruitière de la chapelle d'abondance

Visit the cheese dairy of La Chapelle d'Abondance

Around Abondance AOP (protected designation of origin) cheese, from milk collection to sale… Take part in a guided tour where you will learn all the manufacturing techniques!

You will also have the pleasure of discovering the maturing cellars and the wide choice of cheeses made on site: Abondance AOP, Tomme de Savoie IGP (protected geographical indication), Raclette de Savoie IGP, Fresh Butter…

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le Berthoud Abondance spécialité fromage

Taste the Berthoud

MMMMH a good dish based on tasty Savoie cheese, what more could you ask for?

Berthoud is a culinary specialty made from baked Abondance and Madeira cheese.

It is eaten greedily with bread and potatoes. Not to be missed!

The pays d'Evian vallée d'Abondance heritage

The vallée d’Abondance, the plateau de Gavot and the pays d’Évian form a territory between lake and mountains with a rich, plural and complementary historical heritage.

From the shores of Lake Geneva to the summit of Mont de Grange, at an altitude of 2432 metres, the pays d’Evian vallée d’Abondance also has unique landscapes ready to be explored.

Pays d'Art et d'Histoire

All of the municipalities in the pays d’Evian vallée d’Abondance are labeled Pays d’Art et d’Histoire. This label is awarded to local authorities, which engage in the animation and enhancement of their architecture and heritage.

La Chapelle d'Abondance patrimoine culturel église

Saint-Maurice church

Discover the most emblematic religious heritage of La Chapelle d’Abondance! The Saint-Maurice church can be visited every day of the year. Inside, you can bring an audio guide and a map and thus discover all the secrets of this monument.

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The history of La Chapelle d'Abondance

Discover the village history

La Chapelle d'Abondance local cuisine

Taste the local cuisine

La Chapelle d'Abondance farms

Visit the farms