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1,846 inhabitants (known as "Saint-Paulains")
Surface area: 14.45 km²
Altitude: 698 to 1,268 metres

Saint-Paul-en-Chablais is located on the Gavot Plateau and overlooks the lake. Immediately opposite, lies the Swiss Riviera, with the towns of Morges, Lausanne and Montreux. Its location, midway between Evian and the lakeshore and the first ski resorts of Thollon and Bernex, make Saint-Paul-en-Chablais the ideal base from which to enjoy a wide variety of activities (sightseeing, mountain biking, hiking, winter sports, etc.). The Gavot Plateau's nearly 150 hectares of wetlands (lakes and marshlands) are located within the district.

Saint-Paul-en-Chablais remained the fief of the Barons of Blonay up until the last century; today, visitors can admire the remains of their castle, as well as old outbuildings, one of which has been converted into a village hall.

12th-century church.
Lovely, rare farms dating from the 19th century.

Scenic views
Views of the lake, the Dent d’Oche and the Mémise Massif.

Marked discovery trail through the wetlands (150 hectares).
La Beunaz beach, with numerous activities.
Saint-Paul abounds in athletic and outdoor activities. The area's forests and footpaths attract walkers, hikers and nature lovers. Mountain bikers will enjoy a varied system of trails for all ability levels (map available at the Bernex and Thollon tourist offices), as well as a special mountain-biking area set up near the Gavot secondary school.

Facilities: football pitch, multi-sports ground and tennis court.




Saint-Paul-en-Chablais Town Hall
Chef-lieu (district's main town)
7450 Saint-Paul en Chablais
Tel: +33 (0)4 50 75 28 17 – Fax: +33 (0)4 50 75 50 87
Web site

Open daily, from 8 AM to 12 noon and from 1:30 to 4:30 PM (until 7 PM on Mondays).
Closed Thursday afternoons and Saturday mornings.