Domaine des Curiades

Domaine des Curiades

The vineyards of the Dupraz family just outside the city date back to 1909. Twelve grape varieties are cultivated, half of which are destined for the appellations AOP Lully and AOP 1er Cru Coteau de Lully.more

Restaurant SENS

Restaurant SENS

The SENS bar and restaurant offer two interpretations of the imaginative and sophisticated cuisine of the Pourcel brothers; these twins were...more

Rousseau

Rousseau

Formerly known as the Island of the Boats, Rousseau Island owes its...more

Perle du Lac and Botanical Garden

Perle du Lac and...

Overlooking the lake, a small panoramic viewpoint shows the idyllic...more

Domaine des Curiades

The vineyards of the Dupraz family just outside the city date back to 1909. Twelve grape varieties are cultivated, half of which are destined for the appellations AOP Lully and AOP 1er Cru Coteau de Lully.

Restaurant SENS

The SENS bar and restaurant offer two interpretations of the imaginative and sophisticated cuisine of the Pourcel brothers; these twins were awarded a Michelin star more than once for their Jardins des Cinq Sens in Montpellier. Theirs is Mediterranean cuisine inspired by extensive travel in the region, with striking combinations of hot and cold, soft and crunchy.

Rousseau

Formerly known as the Island of the Boats, Rousseau Island owes its current name to its imposing bronze statue, erected in honor of the famous philosopher of the Enlightenment in 1835

Perle du Lac and Botanical Garden

Overlooking the lake, a small panoramic viewpoint shows the idyllic scene where the poet Lamartine loved to stop and think. The park starts at rue de Lausanne and visitors are immediately greeted by a monumental fountain with two layers. There is also a garden full of dahlias that flower in the autumn. At the end of the park, there is a little door allowing visitors to disembark the "mouettes genevoises", the boats linking the two sides of the lake.