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The Morges region offers a wide range of landscapes and environments to choose from. Between Lake Geneva, the mountains and the view of the majestic Mont Blanc, the lush vineyards of the La Côte wine region and finally the verdant countryside at the foot of the Jura mountains, Morges is a real jewel with many different dimensions. The Morges region, which is listed as a slow destination, is certainly not lacking in sights and diversity, with something to suit everyone.
The town of Morges is situated on Lake Geneva, opposite the majestic Mont Blanc and not far from Lausanne. The pedestrianised Grand-Rue, in the heart of the old town and overlooked by the temple, plays host to a market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Morges is not only characterised by its impressive castle – which is home to multiple museums – but also by its pretty streets and alleyways as well as its flower displays, including the Tulip Festival in April and May.

But Morges is more than a magnificent town! Morges is an entire district, stretching past Bière and as far as La Sarraz. This vast region is packed full of multiple different activities, be they cultural, gastronomic, sporty, surrounded by nature or family-friendly. Numerous local producers emphasise the wealth of local delicacies, such as Fromagerie Gourmande, the Moulin de Sévery, numerous winegrowers, a few brewers, bakers and confectioners, chocolatiers, and many more besides.

There are cultural riches a-plenty here. The region is home to many museums, theatres and splendid places where heritage still takes centre stage. The district is also full of little gems of nature: panoramas that will take your breath away, and marked hiking routes to follow on foot, by bike or on snowshoes.

Travelling through the region also offers the opportunity to discover pretty little villages, together with their history, their old towns and their magnificent castles. The watchword here is “take your time”. Morges is actually the first destination in Switzerland to be listed as a slow destination, a new trend in response to the acceleration of modern life. This refers to a way of travelling peacefully, meeting local people while adopting eco-responsible behaviour. Morges allows you to adopt this peaceful approach, thanks to its landscapes, its activities, its artisans, its gastronomy and its public transport.
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In the evening overcast. Temperatures between 19 and 24 degrees.23°



In the evening overcast. Temperatures between 19 and 24 degrees.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

What types of activities are available in Morges?

In Morges, you can engage in the following types of activities: Camping, Rope park and Hike.

What places are located near Morges?

Near Morges, you can find Geneva, Lausanne, Vevey, Cully and Nyon.

Which season is recommended to visit Morges?

Morges is suitable for visits in summer.

Which public transport options are available to reach Morges?

Morges is accessible by boat, by train, by local bus, by car and by bus.

What leisure activities is Morges particularly known for?

Morges is known for family