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A quintessential suburb in the district of Lausanne, Jouxtens-Mézery is composed of charming and well built houses, neat and aligned street ways, and a serene and relaxing community life. It is a flourishing settlement and many outsiders frequently visit this town, looking for appropriate residential houses to shift to. With its own school, church and municipal authorities, the town is well maintained and is an ideal place to settle down with family. It is close to various other villages and districts nearby and the accessibility in terms of road and rail is significantly impressive.
Stretching from Lake Geneva to the Jorat forest, the medieval village Lutry stands out in front the Lavaux vineyards. An authentic historic village, its origins can be traced to the Neolithic period. It is still characterized by its alleyways and numerous houses of merchants and noblemen dating from the 15th to 18th centuries. The village started out as a fishing village and a Roman castrum but owing to the Benedictine monastery founded in the 12th Century, it started exploring the field of making wine. A prestigious destination indeed, it is also home to a beautiful natural beach, two ports and lush green Alpine forests.
Established in 2011 as a result of the merger of the settlements of Cully, Epesses Grandvaux Riex and Villette, Bourg-en-Lavaux is a thriving community and serves as an important economic, cost and utility center in the region. Situated on the shores of Lake Geneva, the town also forms the heart of the Lavaux Vineyard Terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. An economically healthy town, Bourg-en-Lavaux works towards maintaining a diversified economic structure supporting the maintenance of workforce in the municipality. Also known for its robust wine making activities, there are various companies here producing fine collections of red and white wines.
Located on a sunny slope in the district of Morges, Lonay is a village of many purposes. With its Roman origins dating back to around the 3rd Century, Lonay is a combination of historic buildings of architectural importance, natural scenic beauty, along with an interactive community life. There is a wide variation in the terrain and the surroundings of the village. It enjoys a mild and conducive climate and the wine produced here is surely delectable. The highly varied territory includes agricultural land, wines, vegetables, and the Faclay forest with two ponds and a village center with the church.
Epesses, which falls in the Lavaux region, attracts visitors with its verdant vista of vineyard terraces. The entire town can be considered one big, vineyard, with grape cultivation being the major livelihood here. As a result, Epesses is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The panoramic vistas, along with the rustic 17th-Century houses, makes it a quaint travel destination.