The vallée d’Abondance, the plateau de Gavot and the pays d’Évian form a territory between lake and mountains with a rich, plural and complementary historical heritage.
From the shores of Lake Geneva to the summit of Mont de Grange, at an altitude of 2432 metres, the pays d’Evian vallée d’Abondance also has unique landscapes ready to be explored.
All of the municipalities in the pays d’Evian vallée d’Abondance are labeled Pays d’Art et d’Histoire. This label is awarded to local authorities, which engage in the animation and enhancement of their architecture and heritage.
The church of Publier proudly overlooks the wonderful Lake Geneva. Built in the Sardinian neoclassical style between 1826 and 1831, it recently underwent a major renovation. It now has a more contemporary look.More information about Saint Ferreol and Ferjeux chuch