You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Burier (bus stop)
We are here next to the Burier bus stop of line 201 (Montreux direction). The path you see on the right goes down to La Maladaire beach. Cross the road and go to the left to take the bus to La Tour-de-Peilz, get off at La Becque bus stop to continue the stroll towards Vevey.
Burier Train Station
The Burier train station, where only the omnibus trains stop, is only 350 m from Maladaire Beach.
Chemin de la Maladaire
Chemin de la Maladaire leads to the Olympic swimming pool and then joins Avenue des Bosquets-de-Julie, which heads east towards Tavel and Clarens. On the right you see the beautiful Parc de l'Europe, where we will take a ride.
Chemin de Saint-Georges (1)
The pedestrian path leading to Parc de l'Europe and Maladaire Beach is on our left. Go straight and immediately turn right to go to Clarens and the lakeshore.
Chemin de Saint-Georges (2)
Chemin de Saint-Georges ends here, at the entrance of a private property with, on the left, the narrow Sentier de l'Empereur which leads towards the port of Basset, in Clarens.
Chemin du Cèdre
We are arriving at the station, the platform in the direction of Vevey is on this side of the road and, a little further, an underpass allows you to pass on the platform towards Montreux.
Chemin du Parc de l´Europe (1)
The passage along the lakeshore being inaccessible, the promenade of Mont-Gibert starts on this zigzag path. It is a nice stroll connecting Maladaire Beach and Parc de l'Europe to Clarens and Port of Basset without following the main road with incessant traffic.
Chemin du Parc de l´Europe (2)
The passage along the lakeshore being inaccessible, the promenade of Mont-Gibert starts on this zigzag path. It is a nice stroll connecting Maladaire Beach and Parc de l'Europe to Clarens and Port of Basset without following the main road with incessant traffic.
Chemin du Parc de l´Europe (3)
The passage along the lakeshore being inaccessible, the promenade of Mont-Gibert starts on this zigzag path. It is a nice stroll connecting Maladaire Beach and Parc de l'Europe to Clarens and Port of Basset without following the main road with incessant traffic.
Chemin du Vallon (1)
Follow the road straight in the direction of the large greenhouse that you see behind the parking lot to go in the direction of Burier train station. Go to right through the parking lot to go for a stroll in Parc de l'Europe.
Chemin du Vallon (2)
At the top of the car park, go to the left of the long greenhouse to go to Burier train station. Walk along the greenhouse on the right to go to the entrance to the swimming pool and to Parc de l'Europe.
Chemin du Vallon (3)
We pass the horticultural facilities of the town of Montreux. It is here that the city's gardeners grow the constantly renewed flowerbeds that you see on the lake promenade from Clarens to Territet.
Chemin du Vallon (4)
Just before the road passes under the railway tracks, turn left onto Chemin du Cèdre to reach the Burier station, where only the omnibus trains stop.
La Maladaire (1)
We are here just at the bottom of the short access way. Going left, you can catch a glimpse of the famous Villa Karma. Continue straight to discover the beach.
La Maladaire (2)
Villa Karma, listed in the Swiss Inventory of Cultural Property of National and Regional Significance, is a masterpiece of modern architecture, designed by architect Adolf Loos in the early 20th century. It is a private property which can only be visited very rarely.
La Maladaire (3)
Villa Karma, listed in the Swiss Inventory of Cultural Property of National and Regional Significance, is a masterpiece of modern architecture, designed by architect Adolf Loos in the early 20th century. It is a private property which can only be visited very rarely.
La Maladaire (4)
The Maladaire Beach is in fact located on the territory of La Tour-de-Peilz, but just a few steps from Montreux-Clarens. We present it here out of season, almost deserted, with the amazing colors of autumn.
La Maladaire (5)
During summer, there is a small campsite and a kiosk-restaurant with a nice terrace. It is of course a very popular place but we show it here out of season, almost deserted, with the sumptuous colors of autumn.
La Maladaire (6)
During summer, there is a small campsite and a kiosk-restaurant with a nice terrace. It is of course a very popular place but we show it here out of season, almost deserted, with the sumptuous colors of autumn.
La Maladaire (7)
During summer, there is a small campsite and a kiosk-restaurant with a nice terrace. It is of course a very popular place but we show it here out of season, almost deserted, with the sumptuous colors of autumn.
La Maladaire (8)
During summer, there is a small campsite and a kiosk-restaurant with a nice terrace. It is of course a very popular place but we show it here out of season, almost deserted, with the sumptuous colors of autumn.
La Maladaire (9)
West of La Maladaire, a path takes you up to the main road. It leads right next to the Burier stop of the bus line 201.
La Maladaire (bus stop)
The passage to the beach is just next to the Maladaire stop of the bus line 201. To go to Burier train station or to Parc de l'Europe, cross the road.
Parc de l´Europe (1)
While Maladaire Beach attracts crowds, Parc de l'Europe remains unknown. If you are looking for a place to relax, this is the place for you. A large lawn, a few benches, a pond covered with water lilies, a small bridge, a zigzag paved path, a bucolic atmosphere... a real zen garden!
Parc de l´Europe (2)
While Maladaire Beach attracts crowds, Parc de l'Europe remains unknown. If you are looking for a place to relax, this is the place for you. A large lawn, a few benches, a pond covered with water lilies, a small bridge, a zigzag paved path, a bucolic atmosphere... a real zen garden!
Parc de l´Europe (3)
While Maladaire Beach attracts crowds, Parc de l'Europe remains unknown. If you are looking for a place to relax, this is the place for you. A large lawn, a few benches, a pond covered with water lilies, a small bridge, a zigzag paved path, a bucolic atmosphere... a real zen garden!
Parc de l´Europe (4)
While Maladaire Beach attracts crowds, Parc de l'Europe remains unknown. If you are looking for a place to relax, this is the place for you. A large lawn, a few benches, a pond covered with water lilies, a small bridge, a zigzag paved path, a bucolic atmosphere... a real zen garden!
Parc de l´Europe (5)
Follow this nice zigzag path to go down to the pond and the small bridge. You can also, continuing the tour of the park, reach the start of the Mont-Gibert promenade, which allows you to go to Clarens without following the main road.
Parc de l´Europe (6)
While Maladaire Beach attracts crowds, Parc de l'Europe remains unknown. If you are looking for a place to relax, this is the place for you. A large lawn, a few benches, a pond covered with water lilies, a small bridge, a zigzag paved path, a bucolic atmosphere... a real zen garden!
Parc de l´Europe (7)
While Maladaire Beach attracts crowds, Parc de l'Europe remains unknown. If you are looking for a place to relax, this is the place for you. A large lawn, a few benches, a pond covered with water lilies, a small bridge, a zigzag paved path, a bucolic atmosphere... a real zen garden!
Parc de l´Europe (8)
Continue strolling around the park to go to the pond and the small bridge. The path that goes up behind the two benches is the Mont-Gibert Promenade, which allows you to go to Clarens and to the port of Basset without following the main road.
Parking de la Maladaire
This parking is free (blue zone), it is rare enough in the region to deserve to be mentioned! We are here at the entrance to Parc de l'Europe, much quieter than La Maladaire beach.
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