Things to see and do - Martigny
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The town is overlooked by the round 13C Bâtiaz Tower that remains from its former ramparts and emerges from surrounding vineyards. It is an international road junction and a fine tourist stage, with several Roman ruins that visitors can see during an archeological trail organised by the tourist office.
Tourist attractions Martigny : Things to see and do
r. du Forum 59 CH - 1920 Martigny
This cultural centre created in 1976 by Léonard Gianadda has a permanent display and organises temporary exhibitions that are well known in the region. It houses a Gallo-Roman museum, with galleries overlooking the remains of a 1C temple containing m..
pl. Centrale CH - 1920 Martigny
Rebuilt in the 17C and flanked with an 18C Neo-Gothic belltower that stands 50 m high, this church looks very noble with its monumental portal. Note the fine sculpted furnishings inside from local workshops in the 17-18C and the large crucifix dating..
Rue du Levant CH - 1920 Martigny
Years of digs and restoration have exposed this little 6,000-capacity amphitheatre (by comparison, the one in Nimes could hold 24,000). One of the smallest Roman amphitheatres in the world.
Avenue du Grand St Bernard 41 CH - 1920 Martigny-Ville
Prix Prices from : 75 CHF
Situated in Martigny’s town centre, this hotel is 200 metres from the Fondation Pierre Gianadda and 1 km from Martigny Train Station. The restaurant features a summer terrace and a bar. Rooms at Hotel-Restaurant du Stand have a bathroom and a TV. Th..
Avenue du Grand Saint Bernard 72 bis CH - 1920 Martigny-Ville
Prix Prices from : 89 CHF
Located in the centre of Martigny, Hotel Forum offers air-conditioned rooms with a TV and a bathroom. Free Wi-Fi is available. A large breakfast buffet, including fresh croissants and jams from the Valais orchards, is served each morning. Guests can..
Léman 15 CH - 1920 Martigny-Ville
The Forclaz-Touring Hotel is located in the centre of Martigny, 100 metres from the train station. It offers free access to its sauna and steam bath, free Wi-Fi in public areas, and free private parking. Rooms at Hotel Forclaz-Touring feature a TV ..
Rue Marconi 19 CH - 1920 Martigny
Rue de l'Hôpital 2 CH - 1920 Martigny
François and Christophe Chomel have been running this simple, contemporary restaurant since 2006. Serving Italian pasta, ravioli, meat and vegetable dishes, the food is full of southern sun... like the terrace, which is ideal for an aperitif.
Place Centrale 2b CH - 1920 Martigny
The cow in the restaurant's name really does fly... albeit across the ceiling! The brasserie upstairs serves pasta, risotto, veal chops, fresh lobster, and other delights. While the wine bar on the ground floor also serves tapas.
Place du Bourg 8 CH - 1920 Martigny
This lovely historic building that towers over its little square and adjacent fountain is the oldest inn in Martigny. Locals and tourists alike come here to savour wholesome dishes such as snail ragout and kidneys in garlic. Friendly bar.