You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Jardin Doret
The park of Jardin Doret is a large and very popular green space on the right bank of the Veveyse River. It is a place of relaxation much appreciated during the day and very lively in the evening during the summer. Years ago, it was named Parc de l'Arabie (Arabia Park) and it was renamed in tribute to the last descendant of a dynasty of sculptors and marble artisans.
Parc du Port Eiffel (1)
A small romantic park and a tiny port at the end of Vevey, just before Corseaux and the Olympic swimming pool of Vevey-Corseaux-Plage.
Parc du Port Eiffel (2)
A small romantic park and a tiny port at the end of Vevey, just before Corseaux and the Olympic swimming pool of Vevey-Corseaux-Plage.
Port Eiffel (1)
This tiny harbor and this small park are all that remains of the property of Gustave Eiffel, the builder of the famous Parisian tower. Villa and outbuildings have disappeared, giving way to a sort of large flying saucer grounded by a multinational company...
Port Eiffel (2)
Our Haut-Lac (Upper Lake) virtual stroll begins (or ends) here. It stretches along the lakeshore to the end of the pier at Villeneuve harbor, 14 km further. With its small and large detours, it offers more than twenty kilometers of stroll in the magnificent landscapes of the Swiss Riviera.
Quai du Parc Eiffel
Wedged between the riprap of the shore and a hedge masking the headquarters of a famous multinational company, this quay leads to the tiny Eiffel Harbour, next to Vevey-Corseaux-Plage.
Quai Ernest-Ansermet (1)
Quai Ernest-Ansermet begins after the bridge over the Veveyse River and heads north to Vevey-Plan, offering spectacular views of Lake Léman (Lake Geneva) fading to the horizon while licking the terraced vineyards of Lavaux.
Quai Ernest-Ansermet (2)
Quai Ernest-Ansermet begins after the bridge over the Veveyse River and heads north to Vevey-Plan, offering spectacular views of Lake Léman (Lake Geneva) fading to the horizon while licking the terraced vineyards of Lavaux.
Quai Ernest-Ansermet (3)
Quai Ernest-Ansermet begins after the bridge over the Veveyse River and heads north to Vevey-Plan, offering spectacular views of Lake Léman (Lake Geneva) fading to the horizon while licking the terraced vineyards of Lavaux.
Quai Ernest-Ansermet (4)
Quai Ernest-Ansermet begins after the bridge over the Veveyse River and heads north to Vevey-Plan, offering spectacular views of Lake Léman (Lake Geneva) fading to the horizon while licking the terraced vineyards of Lavaux.
Quai Ernest-Ansermet (5)
To the north of Quai Ernest-Ansermet, in Vevey-Plan there is the Nautical and Lakeside Centre. The tiny harbour is used for the rowing club and for the rescue service, and from mid-March to mid-October there is a terrace to have a drink and eat with a view of the lake and the Lavaux vineyards.
Quai Ernest-Ansermet (6)
A small detour to the mole is welcome to admire the view of the terraced vineyards of Lavaux on one side and the mouth of the Veveyse River on the other.
Quai Ernest-Ansermet (7)
Quai Ernest-Ansermet ends here, in front of the old Vevey-Plan boat dock, where we will of course take a little detour to enjoy the panoramic view.
Rowing Club Mole (1)
To the north of Quai Ernest-Ansermet, in Vevey-Plan there is the Nautical and Lakeside Centre. The tiny harbour is used for the rowing club and for the rescue service, and from mid-March to mid-October there is a terrace to have a drink and eat with a view of the lake and the Lavaux vineyards.
Rowing Club Mole (2)
To the north of Quai Ernest-Ansermet, in Vevey-Plan there is the Nautical and Lakeside Centre. The tiny harbour is used for the rowing club and for the rescue service, and from mid-March to mid-October there is a terrace to have a drink and eat with a view of the lake and the Lavaux vineyards.
Vevey-Plan Boat Dock
Do not wait for a CGN boat (Lake Geneva General Navigation Company), this abandoned pier now only makes the day of anglers!
Veveyse Bridge
Taking its sources in the Fribourg Pre-Alps, the Veveyse River runs for around twenty kilometers and flows into Lake Léman (Lake Geneva) here, next to the park of Jardin Doret.
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