Excenevex is a small coastal town that is famous for its beach. It is the only part of Lake Geneva that is not artificial. It is situated in a pine forest and has a certain Mediterranean flair about it, contrasting enough with the environment. It is free to enter, although you have to pay for parking and finding a parking place is no easy feat. The beach has gray sand and grass and although Lake Geneva is famous for its depth (over 300 meters deep), you can immerse yourself in the water a good distance (over a hundred of meters) without allowing it to cover your navel. The water, of course, is quite cool, even if you go on a hot day.