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Art/Architecture: Des Trois Couronnes

Art/Architecture: Des Trois Couronnes

This building dates back to 1609. "Vidomnes" (administrative representatives of the bishop of Sion) used to live here. A stone plaque above the ancient door is engraved with the coat of arms of the bishop François-Joseph Supersaxo. the building...more

Restaurant - Bar

Restaurant - Bar "La Grange"

This restaurant's congenial setting, with its aged wood and its beautiful chimney corner, is the ideal venue for gourmet dining! Seasonal cuisine, fish, and delicacies from the barbecue. 13 GaultMillau points.more

Le Grand-Père Cornut

Le Grand-Père Cornut

At the Grand-Père Cornut, a 13,000 m2 fruit orchard, you’ll find many...more

Distillerie Morand Louis & Cie SA

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To make a true Valais fruit brandy, the fruit must be grown, picked and...more

Art/Architecture: Des Trois Couronnes

This building dates back to 1609. "Vidomnes" (administrative representatives of the bishop of Sion) used to live here. A stone plaque above the ancient door is engraved with the coat of arms of the bishop François-Joseph Supersaxo. the building was restored in 1964 and is now a restaurant.

Restaurant - Bar "La Grange"

This restaurant's congenial setting, with its aged wood and its beautiful chimney corner, is the ideal venue for gourmet dining! Seasonal cuisine, fish, and delicacies from the barbecue. 13 GaultMillau points.

Le Grand-Père Cornut

At the Grand-Père Cornut, a 13,000 m2 fruit orchard, you’ll find many natural products made from local ingredients: liquors, syrups, jams, air-dried meat made to a time-honoured tradition and many other specialities.

Distillerie Morand Louis & Cie SA

To make a true Valais fruit brandy, the fruit must be grown, picked and distilled in the Valais – as at this distillery. The AOP symbol (Registered designation of origin) guarantees authentic origin as well as highest quality.