Gollion, in the district of Morges, is situated next to the river “La Venoge” in the Jura foothills. This village is between Cossonay and Aclens.
Gollion appeared in 1228. Its name means puddle because of the fact that the village was built on a swampy field.
It is also possible to visit Gollion by bike. The routes 5 and 63 SwissMobil - Cycling in Switzerland cross in this village of the Jura mountain.
Commune de Gollion
Place de l'Eglise 2
Similar points of interest
The centre of Aclens is located 7km as the crow flies north of Morges.
Mont-la-Ville is a lovely small Jura foot village. Nearby there is an erratic block called “Pierre aux Ecuelles”.
The village of Moiry is situated at the foot of the Jura on the heights of La Sarraz; it has about three hundred inhabitants.