This is a good starting point for a walk among the vineyards and grapes, moving in the direction of Villette, Cully, Epesses, Rivaz, Vevey. The views of the Alps, the Geneva lake, and the terraces are amazing. The best moment to visit is the end of the summer. The walk is relatively difficult considering that the best views are from higher levels. There are several small villages in the area and wineries. I suggest to bring some drinks and food for longer walks; few, small picnic facilities are available. The best access to the area is given by the railway station of Lutry, especially if you are willing to climb the hills. An alternative access to the area is provided by the railway station of Bossiere, which is located at an higher level so that most of the walk in in descent. The station of Grandvaux is a valid alternative for a walk, in the opposite direction, to Lutry; a bus from Lausanne is serving the area.
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