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Alpine Zoo

Most of the local wildlife is represented in a park with a surface area of 35,000 square metres: ibex, mouflons, deer, chamois, roe deer, wild boar, eagle owls, marmots, foxes, wild cats, lynx and black bears are all at home here. more

Chillon

Art/Architecture: Château de la...

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... more

Art/Architecture: Château de la Bâtiaz Tavern
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... more

Alpine Zoo

Most of the local wildlife is represented in a park with a surface area of 35,000 square metres: ibex, mouflons, deer, chamois, roe deer, wild boar, eagle owls, marmots, foxes, wild cats, lynx and black bears are all at home here.

The Alpine zoo is discovered at an altitude of 1,100 meters surrounded by woods, where the majority of alpine-dwelling animals can be observed in their natural habitat. Adjacent to the zoo visitors discover an outdoor alpine pool, nestled in the natural rocky landscape. Parking, Restaurant-Pizzeria and picnic area are also at your convenience.

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.

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.