The photogenic small Romanesque church in St-Sulpice near Lausanne is the main reason to visit and takes photos in this small, upmarket residential community on Lake Geneva in Switzerland.
St Sulpice is a small town on the northern shores of Lac Léman. It is a popular and upmarket residential town for commuters working in nearby Lausanne. The Romanesque church of St Sulpice is the oldest church in the region and one of the oldest in Switzerland. Apart from the church, visitors also enjoy the views of Lake Geneva and the Alps. Transportation is available by bus or CGN Lake Geneva pleasure cruise boats. Hiking trails lead walkers to Morges or Lausanne in around 90 minutes.
St Sulpice on Lake Geneva
St Sulpice is mostly visited to see and photograph it small Romanesque church — the oldest in the Lake Geneva region and one of the oldest in Switzerland. The former abbey church was reduced to only its apse and crossing following the collapse of the nave in the early 15th century. However, the Romanesque apse still absolutely looks the part, especially when photos are taken from the lake side.
Other sights in this upmarket community are fairly low-key but enjoy beautiful views of Lake Geneva and the French Alps from both the lakefront and higher up. St Sulpice is the easiest reach by car or bicycle — it is possible to cycle around Lake Geneva — but public transportation is also available. It is also a pleasant hike of around 90 minutes, mostly along the lakefront, to either Morges or Lausanne.
See Visit St Sulpice on Lake Geneva for more details on the town, church, and transportation.