As early as the 5th century, the Burgondes, stopped here on their way south. They tasted the wine and the regional delicacies and decided to stay. Charlemagne himself stayed here during his campaign against the Lombards in 770. The Porte du Scex Castle, built in 1597, regularly houses cultural expositions.
In the village center, near the town hall and the spectacular medieval tower, shopkeepers and restaurateurs await your visit. Meanwhile, sports lovers can spend their time on the tennis courts or at the vast covered pool or hiking to the hamlets of Vouvry, Miex and Taney.