Getting around by bus
The SIBRA public transport network allows you to travel by bus in various communes of the Grand Annecy.
West shore of Lake Annecy
Bus routes 51 and 52 provide access to the western shore of the lake (Annecy / Sevrier / Saint-Jorioz / Duingt / Albertville).
East shore of Lake Annecy
Bus line 61 provides access to the eastern shore of the lake (Annecy / Veyrier-du-Lac / Menthon-Saint-Bernard / Talloires).
Lignes du Lac
The “Lake Lines” (Lignes du Lac) are additional summer facilities for travelling between Annecy and the shores of the lake.
The Talloires-Montmin eco-shuttle, a free summer shuttle, serves the various hamlets of the new commune.
Public transport, lake shuttles, smart transport… In summer, get around differently because your car is on holiday too.
Sources du lac d’Annecy
The 3 free shuttles allow you to travel between the south of the lake, Talloires-Montmin, La Sambuy and Tamié.
Ligne d’été Semnoz
The “Semnoz summer line” (Ligne d’été du Semnoz) provides access to the Semnoz mountain and its summit plateau (mountain pastures, farms, panoramic views, walks, mountain bike circuits…).
Ligne d’hiver Semnoz
The “Semnoz winter line” (Ligne d’hiver Semnoz) provides access to the Semnoz for snow activities (downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing…).
The “Glières winter line” provides access to the Glières plateau for snow activities (Nordic skiing, snowshoeing…) and to discover the history of the Maquis.
The 62/63 bus line takes you to the Aravis mountains, Le Grand-Bornand and La Clusaz, via Thônes.
Through the Haute-Savoie
The Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region organises public transport in Haute-Savoie to respond to concerns about sustainable development and to create an alternative to the use of private cars.
Genève via Cruseilles
To discover the city of Calvin, its water fountain and its museums, or simply to go to the international airport, 2 bus lines take you from Annecy to Geneva.