A typical narrow, cobbled street

Saint-Saphorin is a treasure of a stop in the Lavaux region.

View of the town and Lake Geneva

Entering Saint-Saphorin

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 walkway led up into the vineyards

This waterside hamlet climbs the slopes amidst the vines.

Another small street

Saint-Saphorin doesn’t have one level street!

There’s an ancient church and a web of narrow cobblestone alleys that twist between faded stone cottages.

Wine barrel set into a wall

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