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Living in the Bennevy-Détanche district of Evian

Living in the Bennevy-Détanche district of Evian

The City of Evian has been pursuing a policy promoting neighborhood life for several years. The objective is to allow residents to enjoy their daily lives by helping them to feel good in their home.

History of Evian-les-Bains

Small village inhabited by many fishermen and craftsmen until the 18th century, Evian experienced a significant turning point when the source of Gabriel Cachatet was discovered. It was at this moment that this small village became the big Evian-les-Bains. The city then developed over the years to receive thousands of tourists wanting to take advantage of the cures. Little by little, Evian has seen numerous hotels and villas appear by the lake. This new identity has made Evian an internationally recognized city. Evian is today a city on a human scale which has built on its prestigious history to become a successful tourist destination.

Living in the Bennevy district

The neighborhood mainly appeals to families, holidaymakers and border workers thanks to its proximity to Switzerland. Access is very easy by boat.

If you are looking for a quiet and residential area in the heart of Evian to settle there or for a pied-à-terre for the holidays in a popular and privileged corner, the Bennevy district is for you.

Living in Evian: a dynamic city

Evian has never stopped developing and has many advantages and advantages well known to the residents who come to settle there. The city preserves historic places. From the Palais Lumière to the Cachat refreshment stand, Evian is full of stories, anecdotes and stories that delight people who are interested. In addition, Evian also offers high-quality infrastructure: gymnasiums, media library, parks, etc. Life is very pleasant there too thanks to the various shops which punctuate life by the lake. Finally, its proximity to the station allows direct access to Paris and the pier in the heart of the city allows you to reach Lausanne in 35 minutes.