Relais du Valais “Ancienne Abbaye”

Relais du Valais “Ancienne Abbaye”

The former priory of the Monastery of St. Maurice was converted into one of the most beautiful restaurants in the Wallis region. It was named after the «Cornalin» grape. The restaurant offers specialties such as raclette, asparagus or brisolée.more

Coutellerie Carron

Coutellerie Carron

Swiss knives and much more. more

Chez Gaby

Chez Gaby

This is a typical alpine chalet converted to a country inn and hostel...more

Art/Architecture: Château de la Bâtiaz Tavern

Art/Architecture:...

The Château de la Bâtiaz was built in 1260 and is the only remaining...more

Relais du Valais “Ancienne Abbaye”

The former priory of the Monastery of St. Maurice was converted into one of the most beautiful restaurants in the Wallis region. It was named after the «Cornalin» grape. The restaurant offers specialties such as raclette, asparagus or brisolée.

Coutellerie Carron

Swiss knives and much more.

Chez Gaby

This is a typical alpine chalet converted to a country inn and hostel where guests are made to feel at home amid comfortable surroundings. Specialities of the house are grilled Tomme, feta salad and the "pierrade". Those with a sweet tooth to indulge will always find fresh blueberry tart and whipped cream waiting for them.

Art/Architecture: Château de la Bâtiaz Tavern

The Château de la Bâtiaz was built in 1260 and is the only remaining witness to the medieval era. It was an object of envy, and passed from the House of Savoie to the Sion bishops (and vice versa) many times. Dishes influenced by medieval flavours are served during the summer season.