This village, known for its narrow back streets, dates back to the time of the Romans. The reformed church, along with its rectory and the ruins of the Gallo-Roman villa in the basement, are listed as Swiss cultural assets of national importance.


  • Three-sun walk.
  • St-Saphorin–Lutry



Die Kirche von St-Saphorin und ihr Kirchturm mit Satteldach wurden 1530 an der Stelle eines Mausoleums aus dem 5. Jahrhundert errichtet. Kleines römisches Museum.


Espace de la Papille.

21.4.–29.10.2017 Friday–-Saturday 17h–20h, Chemin Neuf 1, www.caveaubar.chLink opens in new window.


Coup de cœur near the train station: Auberge de l’Onde (15 points Gault & Millau).

Situated on the site of the former house of the Saint-Esprit Brotherhood, the restaurant offers fine dining and an excellent wine list.

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