The Vacherin Mont-d’Or Museum describes the history of cheese in Joux Valley its native village of Les Charbonnières.
Cheese cellars of L'Etivaz AOP
The cheese cellars, located in l'Etivaz, allowed you to learn all about the secrets of the production of the precious L’Etivaz AOP alpine cheese.
Bex Salt Mines
Bex has Switzerland’s still active last salt mine.
Cave Jacques et Aurélia Joly
The passionate winegrowers Jacques and Aurélia Joly complement their wine offer with a table d'hôte and a holiday apartment.
Sévery Oil Mill
Known for its walnut oil, the Sévery artisan oil mill produces a whole range of local products.
Wild truffle: an approach walk in the forest
Set off to discover this precious mushroom, with enthusiastic and captivating guides.
Gourmet Walk through Avenches
This gourmet walk takes on the double dare of delighting the taste buds, “eating with the eyes first” and cultural lovers.
Bread and Wheat Museum
Located in a farm built in 1790, the Maison du Blé et du Pain has a gourmet bakery, a restaurant and a museum.
Caveau du Mont, Corcelles-près-Payerne
The Caveau communal du Mont in Corcelles-près-Payerne serves wine made from grapes grown in the UNESCO Lavaux vineyards.
Honey Theme Walk
The Honey Theme Walk is offered in the form of a small treasure hunt. This fun activity will help you get to know the world of bees.
Vineyard walks in the Canton of Vaud
Criss-crossing the Canton of Vaud, with these vineyard walks you can discover spectacular scenery and meet winegrowers and producers.
Arboretum of the Vallon de l'Aubonne
Over 200 hectares, several optional tours criss-cross the Arboretum and its 3000 trees, for a charming and informative walk.
Traditional Restaurants in the Canton de Vaud
Culinary specialities abound in the canton of Vaud and appeal to tourists and natives alike. Authentic or modified traditional recipes fill the menu card of our selection of restaurants, be they modern, century-old, in the countryside, the mountains or downtown