In the middle of the vines, Grandvaux looks over Lake Geneva towards the Alps in the distance. On the main square, the statue of Corto Maltese invites people to contemplate the scenery.


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



On the village square, the square Roman-style bell tower of the former church is a listed historic monument. The current church was built in 1636 and restored in 1989. Its magnificent windows were made by glassmaker, artist and illustrator Bodjol (1919–2006).

Maison du bailli.

Maison du bailli Maillardoz (1594), rue St-Georges 11, Grandvaux. Listed as a historic monument, the immense roof of this house with its distinctive two pikes is a remarkable sight.

Corto Maltese.

One of the village squares is named after the famous cartoon illustrator and scriptwriter Hugo Pratt (1927-1995) who lived in the upper part of the commune for over 10 years. A statue of his hero Corto Maltese has been erected on the square.

Wine cellars.


31.3.–29.10.2017 Friday 17h–21h, Saturday–Sunday 16h–21h, Ch. du Four/Pl. du Village,

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Domaine Croix-Duplex.

Monday–Friday 10h–18h, Saturday 10h–15h, Route de Chenaux 2/4,

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Coup de cœur near the train station: Auberge de la Gare (13 points Gault & Millau).

Perch fillets and tartare cut with a knife are two of the specialities of the Auberge de la Gare, which serves seasonal and local cuisine in a building dating back to 1862 that was completely renovated in spring 2008. It offers a panoramic view of Lake Geneva and the French Alps.


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