Falling in love with Lake Geneva and the swiss alps is easy. Western Europe’s largest lake, also known as Lac Léman, is anchored by the city which claims it, wrapping around her southern shore. Half the lake belongs to France and most of its eastern shoreline, but the rest of it is the pride of the Vaudoise, from where views across the lake onto the Alps are nothing short of spellbinding.
Lake Geneva offers a great variety of activities. Whether you seek adventure, the arts, or want to connect with nature, the list of things to do in Lake Geneva are endless. Lake Geneva has been a major golf destination since the 1980’s when the first holes were laid out. Names like Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Pete Dye, Dick Nugent and Lee Trevino have been the architects behind the beautiful courses available today.
Home to The Omega European Masters on the European Tour at Golf Club Crans-sur-Sierre, The Rolex Trophy at Golf Club de Genève on the European Challenge Tour and The Evian Masters, this region is an incredible playground for golfers.