You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Baye de Clarens River
Right next to the mouth of the Baye de Clarens river, you will find some nice spots to watch unforgettable sunsets.
Clarens Boat Dock
CGN Boat Dock (Lake Geneva General Navigation Company). Next boat docks: to the west in Vevey-La Tour (in Entre-Deux-Villes, entrance of Vevey), to the east in downtown Montreux (beside the Tourist Office Pavilion).
Le Pierrier
With its superb views of the lake, its lawn, its sports facilities, its beach and its refreshment bar, Le Pierrier is a very popular leisure space in all seasons.
Plage du Pierrier
Just between the mouth of the Baye de Clarens river and Le Pierrier, a sandy beach awaits bathers and farniente lovers during summer.
Port du Basset (1)
From the west mole of the port, facing the island of Salagnon and its neo-classical villa, the edge of the lake is accessible on foot up to the mouth of Eau-Froide river in Villeneuve, 9km further. To west, the stroll is first interrupted by private properties, then it continues for 4km between La Tour-de-Peilz and Vevey-Corseaux-Plage.
Port du Basset (2)
From here, you can go to Rue du Lac, the main road where trolley buses pass. To go on foot to Montreux along the lakeside, continue to Quai des Villas du Bochet.
Port du Basset (3)
Two moles offering a beautiful view of the islet of Salagnon, a small shipyard, a green area, a fishery, baths, a profusion of pretty boats: the port of Basset is a very pleasant stroll, away from the crowd .
Port du Basset (4)
A quick glance at the neo-romantic villa on the island of Salagnon before continuing the stroll...
Quai de Clarens (1)
Quai de Clarens is the section of the lakeside promenade which stretches from Le Pierrier (to west) to the bottom of Rue du Port (to east), shortly before the entrance of downtown Montreux.
Quai de Clarens (2)
Quai de Clarens is the section of the lakeside promenade which stretches from Le Pierrier (to west) to the bottom of Rue du Port (to east), shortly before the entrance of downtown Montreux.
Quai de Clarens (3)
Quai de Clarens is the section of the lakeside promenade which stretches from Le Pierrier (to west) to the bottom of Rue du Port (to east), shortly before the entrance of downtown Montreux.
Quai de Clarens (4)
Here, the very short Chemin de Verte-Rive goes up to Rue du Lac near the crossroads where Rue Gambetta climbs towards Clarens Railway Station and motorway.
Quai de Clarens (5)
Quai de Clarens is the section of the lakeside promenade which stretches from Le Pierrier (to west) to the bottom of Rue du Port (to east), shortly before the entrance of downtown Montreux.
Quai de Clarens (6)
Quai de Clarens is the section of the lakeside promenade which stretches from Le Pierrier (to west) to the bottom of Rue du Port (to east), shortly before the entrance of downtown Montreux.
Quai des Villas du Bochet (1)
Quai des Villas du Bochet starts from the Basset harbor and extends eastwards, passing over the mouth of the Baye de Clarens river and ending at Le Pierrier.
Quai des Villas du Bochet (2)
Quai des Villas du Bochet starts from the Basset harbor and extends eastwards, passing over the mouth of the Baye de Clarens river and ending at Le Pierrier.
Quai des Villas du Bochet (3)
We are here on the bridge over the Baye de Clarens rivers. To west, the promenade takes you to the picturesque Port of Basset. To east, we'll watch an unforgettable sunset and then discover the Pierrier and its beach.
Quai Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1)
Quai Jean-Jacques Rousseau is located just at the entrance of Clarens, west of Quai de Vernex. It is very short, quickly becoming Quai de Clarens, which extends to Le Pierrier.
Quai Jean-Jacques Rousseau (2)
Quai Jean-Jacques Rousseau is located just at the entrance of Clarens, west of Quai de Vernex. It is very short, quickly becoming Quai de Clarens, which extends to Le Pierrier.
Quai Jean-Jacques Rousseau (3)
Quai Jean-Jacques Rousseau is located just at the entrance of Clarens, west of Quai de Vernex. It is very short, quickly becoming Quai de Clarens, which extends to Le Pierrier.
Quais de Clarens & J.-J. Rousseau
Here, the lakeside promenade changes name and direction. To south-east, Quai Jean-Jacques Rousseau goes to the center of Montreux. To west, Quai de Clarens goes to Le Pierrier. And crossing Rue du Lac (the main street), you can climb Rue du Port, one of the picturesque remains of Old Clarens.
Rue des Vaudrès (1)
Restaurant du Basset and its terrace are 50m up the street, at the corner of Sentier des Borgognes and Rue des Vaudrès. The bus stop for La Tour-de-Peilz and Vevey is behind the three advertising panels. La Maladaire Beach is 850m away (2 stops further) and you can also go by foot along Sentier des Borgognes and Mont-Gibert Promenade.
Rue des Vaudrès (2)
Here you are at the ideal place to take a short break before going to the port of Basset to continue the stroll towards Montreux, or take the promenade of Mont-Gibert to go to Parc de l'Europe and to the beach of Maladaire, in La Tour-de-Peilz.
Rue du Lac (1)
We are here near the Basset stop of the 201 bus line. To go to La Tour-de-Peilz, cross the road and take the bus at the opposite stop or follow Rue des Vaudrès that goes to a good restaurant and to the Mont-Gibert Promenade.
Rue du Lac (2)
From the west mole, go up on Rue du Lac (main road) to have a beautiful view overlooking the port of Basset then redescend a little further.
Rue du Port (1)
Rue du Port starts from Rue du Lac (main road along the lakeshore) and goes up to Rue Gambetta just before the railway bridge. It is one of the rare remains of Old Clarens, bordered by some beautiful old mansions.
Rue du Port (2)
Rue du Port starts from Rue du Lac (main road along the lakeshore) and goes up to Rue Gambetta just before the railway bridge. It is one of the rare remains of Old Clarens, bordered by some beautiful old mansions.
Sentier de l´Empereur (1)
The passage along the lakeshore being inaccessible, the promenade of Mont-Gibert, which passes here along the narrow Sentier de l'Empereur, is a stroll allowing to go to Parc de l'Europe and to Maladaire Beach without following a main road with incessant traffic.
Sentier de l´Empereur (2)
The passage along the lakeshore being inaccessible, the promenade of Mont-Gibert, which passes here along the narrow Sentier de l'Empereur, is a stroll allowing to go to Parc de l'Europe and to Maladaire Beach without following a main road with incessant traffic.
Sentier de l´Empereur (3)
The passage along the lakeshore being inaccessible, the promenade of Mont-Gibert, which passes here along the narrow Sentier de l'Empereur, is a stroll allowing to go to Parc de l'Europe and to Maladaire Beach without following a main road with incessant traffic.
Sentier de l´Empereur (4)
The passage along the lakeshore being inaccessible, the promenade of Mont-Gibert, which passes here along the narrow Sentier de l'Empereur, is a stroll allowing to go to Parc de l'Europe and to Maladaire Beach without following a main road with incessant traffic.
Sentier des Borgognes (1)
Here we are in front of the terrace of Restaurant du Basset. The entrance is on the right, on Rue des Vaudrès. To left, Sentier des Borgognes goes up to Mont-Gibert Promenade.
Sentier des Borgognes (2)
Further up, Sentier des Borgognes becomes a path going up to Avenue des Bosquets-de-Julie. To go to Parc de l'Europe and Maladaire Beach, turn left at the no-parking sign and follow the narrow Sentier de l'Empereur.
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