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Satigny Station is served by several lines :

Léman Express: Line L5 La Plaine - Geneva

Léman Express: Line L6 Geneva - Bellegarde 

Geneva Public Transport (TPG): Lines 70, 71, 72, 73


© État de Genève




The village of Satigny, the largest wine-producing commune in Switzerland, has grown in recent years, even though it has retained its rural character. In addition to the wine culture, the village is known for its Nant-d'Avril hike.


This walk lasts about 1.5 hours and is a loop with little difference in height, crossing forests, streams, and vineyards.


© Mairie de Satigny

Take a walk through the various paths and vineyards to discover this landscape which overlooks the city of Geneva. Discover the small surrounding villages and stop to taste the local wines. Continue along Allandon Valley. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings. One of the most beautiful hikes in the Geneva region.


© Mairie de Russin


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Did you know ?

Mandement was a term used in the Middle Ages to designate the smallest unit of an administrative division. This territory, often linked to a castle, was in charge of local administrative, military, and financial functions.

In the past, the mandement was called the Peney mandement and Peney Castle was its seat.

Nowadays, the Mandement includes Satigny, Dardagny, and Russin.

Satigny Station was built in 1857, at the same time as Geneva, Vernier-Meyrin, and La Plaine Stations. It was inaugurated on 16 March 1858 for the opening of the railway line from Lyon to Geneva.




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