ADD TO LISTFew travelers choose to stop at Yvoire when traveling to France, and those that do usually only make a brief stop to see the Marchand de Saucissons. Other places in the area such as Chamonix-Mont-Blanc and Annecy may be more interesting to explore. If you do travel to Yvoire, please take some time to tell us about what you saw in this Yvoire travel guide.
Travel Tips from people who've been to Yvoire
Take the boat from Nyon and go across to this lovely little medieval town, with its cafés and cute little souvenir shops. The restaurant near the docks does some nice 'filets de perche' or otherwise there's a crêperie in one of the streets further on.
Go on spring, you won't regret... Cute town which smells and looks really nice with the flowers of spring time. You can have lunch on the outside of small restaurants at this medieval city surrounded by flowers... just special...
well, the best and the most romantic accessible to all transport to Yvoire is by boat! You can take the boat from Geneva, Versoix or Rolle and have a great sailing with a glass of wine in your hand :-)