Despite the local newspaper La Côte publishing an April fool today saying that Paléo was moving the whole festival over the border to Divonne in France, the bands and artists announced for the 2014 Paléo festival line up were no joke. Photo above – The Black Keys from the U.S playing Schizophrenic blues rock […]
The La Côte “personality of the year” Award At the end of last year, the local newspaper La Côte decided to host a competition to elect the most influential personality of the year in the la Côte region. This competition was part of the newspaper’s aim to establish its role as an important player on the […]
We have been scouring other Swiss websites for a selection of news and articles that will interest Living in Nyon readers in our section called 1260+ (Nyon and beyond). Nyon News is at the end of this post Know it All Passport School holidays – Ûseful Dates – It’s the school holidays in Geneva this […]
Apologies to readers for the lack of news over the past few days, the Living in Nyon editor has been over in London cheering on various teams at the Olympic Games including the Swiss rowing team at Eton Dorney! On Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th August, the village of Gingins near Nyon will be cheering […]
Farm shops and bbq spots in the area. Guided tour in English round Nyon this Saturday followed by apéro.
Photo above (cnp) – Early evening on the terrace of Nyon château Did you know that every first Saturday of the month (from May to October), Nyon Tourism organises a guided tour around the town for tourists, guests (and residents too!) to discover Nyon’s rich cultural history? Tours are given in French, German and English, they begin […]