Leading from the Castle of Vufflens to the Castle of Morges, this two-part trail in the winegrowing villages and in the heart of the medieval town shows you the treasures of the La Côte AOC region and the delicious vintages from the largest vineyards in the canton of Vaud.
From the villages in the Morges vineyards, there is a fantastic view of Lake Geneva, the medieval town and, weather permitting, Mont-Blanc, which is exactly opposite. The winetouristic hike in this picture postcard scenery offers a fun discovery of the region, its specialties and wines. Starting out from Vufflens and its impressive castle, the free app called Vaud:Guide shows you the way along approx. 4 miles (most of which is in the vineyards and some in the town of Morges) and about thirty historic, unique and must-see sites. Each of these sites presents a challenge to participants, who can reply to multiple-choice questions, find a specific location thanks to their GPS or make a selfie in front of a beautiful panorama. All this can make you win points! For novices: Don’t panic. The answers are quite straightforward for those with an observant eye.
Back in the 19th century, fountains were the main source of water in villages.See more
Take advantage of the car park located just next to Morges railway station to park your vehicle.See more
After parking your car in the Morges car parks, ask for information at Morges station.See more
The Temple of Vufflens-le-Château dates back to 1864. The new temple was built on the site of the former church.See more
The Domaine du Plessis at Vufflens-le-Château, owned by the Bolle family, welcomes you to taste its wines.See more
At week-ends and during spring and summer, Marie-Françoise Delapierre sets out her array of home-made jams.See more
The Perey family who have been wine enthusiasts since the 15th century, welcome you for some wine tasting.See more
The hospitable village of Chigny offers visitors a covered picnic site.See more
This apiary, located on the Marcelin training site, produces both flower and tree honey.See more
The Marcelin site combines three schools including the "Agrilogie", a training centre specialising in agriculture and viticulture.See more
"Capite" is a typically Swiss word that denotes a small house of the sort often seen amid the vineyards.See more
“La Cave du Signal” benefits from an exceptional panorama of Lake Geneva, the Mont-Blanc as well as the French and Vaud Alps.See more
The vinification process takes place in vats made of different materials, whose choice has an influence on the flavour on of the wine.See more
Massimiliano’s ambition is for others to discover the “authentic and popular” cuisine that he learned from his grandmother and means to much to him.See more
From this viewing pulpit, visitors can enjoy a stunning panorama of Lake Geneva and the town of Morges.See more
If you would like to carry on walking as far as Lake Geneva, allow for about another 30 minutes on foot.See more
Located in the centre of Morges, this shop contains cheeses and other delicious local products.See more
History and religions in SwitzerlandSee more
Because this district is close to the lake, it attracted tanners who settled here at the start of the 18th century.See more
The Protestant church of Morges is considered one of the most remarkable religious Baroque buildings in west Switzerland.See more
From the jetties at Morges, visitors can enjoy the view of Mont Blanc, the highest summit in the Alps, if the weather is fine.See more
Morges Town Hall is certainly the oldest and most impressive local authority building in the Lake Geneva Region (Canton of Vaud).See more
This museum is devoted to Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941) the famous Polish pianist, composer and politician.See more
The house where the Lake Geneva Region's first female pastor was born also has a special architectural feature in store.See more
This 42 hectares estate, with 16 different grape varieties gives birth to 36 different wines.See more
Vufflens Castle was built of stone in the 15th century and is the town’s symbol.
It can only be admired from the outside.
With its majestic donjon of a height of 60m, the castle of Vufflens is visible from far away.See more
Situated amidst the vineyards, the village of Échichens is famous for its wines.See more
Morges Région Tourisme
Rue du Château 2
1110 Morgesinfo@morges-tourisme.chOpen in Google Maps
Walk 1: 3 miles in the vineyards of Morges, a walk of about 3 hours.
Walk 2: 1 mile in the town of Morges, a walk of about 1.30 hours.
Level of difficulty
Walk 1 in the vineyards is for people with average physical condition and children able to walk on their own. The paths are unfortunately not adapted to wheelchairs and pushchairs.
Walk 2 in the town of Morges is for everyone.
When you need a break...
Your stroll in the vineyards takes you off the beaten track into the heart of the countryside. The scenery lends itself perfectly to well-deserved breaks. Be sure to respect nature and the private properties along the way; don’t leave any other souvenirs of your passing-by than a few snapshots...
The village cafés and restaurants along the way will gladly welcome you for a drink or meal.
Responsibility and security
You take this stroll in the countryside, the town and the villages at your own responsibility. Please respect the scenery and the private properties. Be careful and read our safety reminder below, which ensures a safe stroll. In the event of an accident, MRT (Morges Region Tourism) disclaims all liability.
Get ready for an informative and fun adventure in the Morges vineyards!
The stroll in the Morges vineyards takes you off the beaten track to villages and through the vineyards. During your discovery stroll, remember these safety instructions.
Where should you walk?
• Preferably use the pavements.
• If there are none, walk on the side of the road.
• If you walk on the road, preferably use the left-hand side in the direction you walk in. Bikers have priority on cycle tracks.
How to cross a road?
• Preferably use the pedestrian crossings.
• If you see no crossing, cross the road where you have good visibility, avoid sharp turns, uphill areas, bridges and parking areas.
• Be careful when you cross the road; choose a good moment and cross at a goodly pace.
Thank you for your attention and caution. Enjoy your stroll in the heart of the Morges vineyards!