Présentation of the village-resort

Heart of the Espace Diamant

Sitting perched, Notre Dame de Bellecombe invites you to come and just relax. Stroll through this charming old-fashioned village, a reflection of the Val d’Arly’s rich heritage. Far from the hustle and bustle of city life, enjoy a summer holiday that harks back to your childhood: forest walks, afternoon naps in alpine meadows under the gaze of Tarine and Abondance cows. This summer, Notre Dame de Bellecombe encourages you to daydream.

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Reblochon production

The Cooperative will propose before the arrival of cyclists, a demonstration of cheese making, with tasting of freshly made white tomme and Reblochon made in our manufacturing workshops in Val d'Arly in Flumet.

Learn about the secrets of Reblochon

Let yourself be guided during a visit of our digital museum and an introduction to the making of Reblochon (white Tomme) - which will end with a friendly tasting of our cheeses made in our workshops.

Museum "House of Fairy Tales"

Once upon a time... the House of Fairy Tales... A magical and unusual museum with animated playlets and characters, brought to life using light effects while stories are told in enchanting settings... for the delight of young and old alike!

Way of the Cross of ND de Bellecombe, 1958

This path was born from the meeting between the priest of the time, the Vicar General of the Diocese and an artist from Annecy, Mr. Cart, in the 1950s. The artist asked the two priests, fourteen short sentences, He then used his talent.

Plan Dessert Lake

The Plan Dessert lake is an isolated site, 4 km from the village centre, which is a favourite with anglers who enjoy fishing mountain lakes. 2 competitions are organised each summer. Several walking trails from here

Notre Dame de Bellecombe church

The church at Notre-Dame-de-Bellecombe, which is dedicated to Our Lady of the Nativity, was built between 1876 and 1886 to replace the original 14th century church. Its set of bells and stations of the cross are the building’s main attractions.