You can ideally visit… 7 hidden gems of your own choice
1 – La Barillette
Drive to one of the highest points of the Jura mountains, la Barillette and enjoy a unique drive on the lonely forest roads leading to the summit.
2 – St Cergue
Settled in the heart of the Jura mountains, St-Cergue is a small village famous for being a prestigious sanatorium for wealthy Russians in the 18th century.
3 – The Vallorbe caves
During your visit, you can walk along an underground river and see waterfalls, siphons, stalactites and stalagmites.
4 - Romainmôtier
The village is mainly known for its romanesque abbey church, one of the oldest of the country and the symbol of the Cluny Order.
5- Vineyards roads
Drive through the vineyards of the region via the village of Morges, St-Prex and Rolle and enjoy the beauGful view of the lake.
6 – Private concert (optional)
Relax on the lonely beach of Dullive and enjoy an exceptionnal private concert with an opera singer and a violonist
7 – Boat tour on the lake (optional)
Embark for a boat tour on the Geneva Lake.
Surrounding by vineyards and located on the shores of Lake Geneva, visit the little town of Nyon.
Nyon is also well-known for being the headquarters of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA).