The winemaking villages of the Vully
"The Vully is best known for its famous wines, but what I like most about this region is the charm of the winemaking villages with their narrow alleyways, vegetable gardens and wonderful houses adorned with colourful flowers. Crossing the bridge over the river Broye, you will see the outline of the hill and, at its feet, Sugiez, Nant, Praz and Môtier, protected villages flanked by the lake to the south and the vineyard to the north. Walking along the wine trail gives me a chance to daydream as I enjoy a fabulous view of the old rooftops of the winemakers’ houses, the lake and Murten. I am glad to end the day by stopping off in one of the villages to visit a cellar or enjoy a plate of perch fillets in one of the many restaurants by the lake shore."
Villages: Sugiez, Nant, Praz and Môtier
For groups: guided tour of the wine trail and tasting of wines and specialities at a Vully cellar.
Good to know
- Several parking spaces available.
- The Vully is also accessible by boat from Murten, Neuchâtel and Biel/Bienne.
- There are restaurants in each of the villages.
- Many cellars are open for tasting the delicious wines and other local specialities.
DownloadOffer for groups | PDF, 335 kB
Barbecue areas Vully | PDF, 19 kB
Flyer "Historical Path" | PDF, 454 kB
Flyer "Wineyard Trail" | PDF, 860 kB
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