If you time it right, this classy 3-day antique and flea market held on the first weekend in June along Lutry's waterfront promenade has bargains aplenty.
Otherwise known as Rôdeurs Castle, Lutry's modest, medieval château is a Swiss site of national significance that now houses the Department of Land Planning and Buildings. It's not open to the public but you're more…
This little cafe has a wonderful lakefront terrace with beautiful views across the lake to the Alps and serves traditional Swiss fare, including the Lake Geneva speciality, filets de perche.
Lutry's central Église de St Martin et St Clément was built in the early 13th century.