Saint-Saphorin is a treasure of a stop in the Lavaux region.
When we visited, the town’s sole restaurant wasn’t open, but we enjoyed an hour of wandering. The entire municipality is 0.89 square km, of which over 65% is used for agricultural purposes and forest.
This waterside hamlet climbs the slopes amidst the vines.
There’s an ancient church and a web of narrow cobblestone alleys that twist between faded stone cottages.Tweet