Destroyed during the Burgundy Wars, today, the only remains left are where the Castle stood. From there, you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of Lake Geneva and the Alps.
The Castle of St-Cergue was destroyed during the Burgundy Wars. From its old square, it is possible to enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of Lake Geneva and the Alps, from Moléson to Salève. Rousseau, Goethe and Lamartine were inspired by this scenery.
On this site, there are picnic tables, barbecues and benches available for walkers or just to enjoy the view.