Aran/ Villette VD.

These two neighbouring villages have retained their winemaking heritage and their traditional houses. Explore the narrow streets on foot, taking time to admire the ancient buildings and their emblems.

Walk.

  • La Conversion–Cully.
  • La Conversion–Châtelard–Aran–Grandvaux–Cully.

Culture.

Church.

The church in Villette dates from the 12th century and contains a feature that is unique in the canton. Its octagonal bell tower is often seen in buildings in Valais, but is wholly unusual in the canton of Vaud.

Wine Cellar. 

Caveau des vignerons.

Rue du Village 2, Aran
21.4.–29.10.2017, Friday–Sunday 17h–21h
www.caveau-villette.chLink opens in new window.

Restaurants.

Coup de cœur near the train station: Le Guillaume-Tell (16 points Gault & Millau).

Located in Aran 10 min. from Villette railway station, Le Guillaume-Tell and its chef, Denis Velen, celebrate the fusion of different cuisines, combining exotic ingredients with local produce. Come and discover some truly original flavours.

www.leguillaumetell.chLink opens in new window.

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