A unique Swiss AOC vineyard straddling two cantons (Vaud and Fribourg), on the shores of Lac de Morat, Vully is a real jewel. Starting from Salavaux beach – the longest in Switzerland – follow the trail through the villages, enjoy some excellent wines and learn why Vully is the birthplace of Swiss aviation.
The Vaud:Guide free app and vineyard walk reveal the secrets of Vully, a little-known jewel of wine tourism. From Salavaux’s expansive beach – on the shores of Lac de Morat – to the panoramic Montagny water tower, there are about thirty activities for you to do along the way. Multiple-choice questions, treasure hunts and photo challenges add to the fun of the walk, which is already full of discoveries along the way.
Work on the vines, bottles of wine, cream cake and heroes of Swiss aviation are all featured on this varied route. Also, there’s a wide choice of great restaurants for foodies. Apart from the traditional perch fillets on the lake shore, some local restaurants specialise in premium meat dishes.
Accessible for the whole family, the Vully vineyard walk is suitable for buggies and wheelchairs, although there are some steep parts in places.
- 11 km
- Difference in height
- 227 Metres
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