Friends from near and far, don't hesitate to stop here for a few hours or a few days! Vouvry is a typical Chablaisian village counting approximately 3'000 inhabitants.
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.
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Vouvry - Miex - Taney (387m) "Looking to the future" The ancient market town of Vouvry is a convivial place and the departure point for the magnificent Taney Natural Park. Although Vouvry’s history dates back to Roman times, the townspeople keep an eye on the future. Some ancient buildings are worth a visit, such as the bell tower and the church. From Miex, the "sunny balcony", you will discover an unexpected panorama on the Chablais and the Vaudoises Alps. The village of Taney is one of the most sumptuous alpine sites, where mountains and fir forests are reflected in a lake of clear and deep waters. More information More information about the Portes du Soleil-Chablais area