Aubonne is easily recognizable because of its famous round and white tower that soars above the vineyards. Through the village, come to discover its magnificient alleyways and its historic edifices in a warm and animated atmosphere.
The famous round white tower, built in the 13th century (1236-42), dominates the medieval village of Aubonne, the vineyards and the lake. The picturesque terraced houses, the narrow streets and the inner courtyard of the 1677 castle, designed by Tavernier following his travels to the East, are to be discovered on foot.
Close to Aubonne are the Parc de Signal de Bougy and the Arboretum of Aubonne. The Signal de Bougy is a leisure park where you can also relax in an idyllic setting overlooking Lake Geneva and the vineyards of La Côte Region. Nearby, Parc Aventure offers acrobatic courses in the forest for adventurers and sportsmen of all ages (from 4 years of age). The National Arboretum of the Vallon de l'Aubonne presents in a park a collection of 3,000 species and varieties of trees and shrubs from all over the world that can acclimatise to our region. Unique trails, which vary from season to season. To discover alone, with family or in group.
There is also a tourist information point on the Place de l'Ancienne Gare, where you can find local produce, the famous beeswax, old postcards, books and DVDs about Aubonne as well as leaflets from local craftsmen and winegrowers.
Walking maps are on sale at the stationery shop opposite the information point.