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Resorts & cities

  • Art & Culture
  • Café-Restaurant Plan Cerisier
  • Castle La Bâtiaz
  • Caveau du Moulin Semblanet
  • Congress resort
  • Côté Valais
  • Distillery Morand Louis & Cie SA
  • Durnand Gorge
  • La Fromathèque
  • Martigny
  • Martigny Région
  • Mont-Blanc Express
  • Mont-Blanc Express
  • Museum & Saint Bernard Dogs
  • Museum & Saint Bernard Dogs
  • Restaurant L'Olivier
  • Restaurant Les Trois Couronnes, Martigny
  • Saint-Bernard Express
  • Vineyard Trail
  • Twelve St. Bernard puppies were born in Martigny
  • Bisse du Trient
  • The mysterious Tête-Noire Gorges an the Nymphes Cave
  • Saint Bernard Dog
  • Trient Gorge & Pissevache waterfall

Winter packages

Niki de Saint Phalle - Pierre Gianadda Foundation, Martigny


Art & Culture

The 'art & culture' package contains the admission to the exhibition of the Pierre Gianadda foundation, one to three nights at a hotel, and much more.

Typical restaurants

Café Restaurant Plan Cerisier - Martigny


Café-Restaurant Plan Cerisier

Plan-Cerisier is a small village in the middle of the vineyards above Martigny and is protected by law. The restaurant Plan-Cerisier is situated in this village.

Castles & fortresses

Castle La Bâtiaz - Martigny


Castle La Bâtiaz

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.

Restaurant Caveau du Moulin Semblanet - Martigny


Caveau du Moulin Semblanet

A typical cellar with a vaulted ceiling storing regional wines and Valaisan specialties.

Congress resorts

Congresses and seminars Martigny view by night


Congress resort Martigny

Martigny is the only town in Valais with direct access to France and Italy. Nestled between terraced vineyards and forests, Martigny appears to visitors almost like a small Mediterranean art and cultural town