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From Mont-Blanc to the vineyards
The galley “La Liberté”, moored in the port of Morges, emerges from the landscape set against the mountainous backdrop of the Alps and Mont Blanc, which seems to overhang and watch over the city. A real postcard for this dynamic city on the shores of Lake Geneva which reaches to its famous vineyards in the North. For some years now, thanks to the project known as the Lausanne-Morges agglomeration, the city has been expanding at a breakneck speed, with rapid demographic and economic growth. Morges has 16,000 inhabitants today and remains a resolutely attractive city on Lake Geneva. For these reasons, among others, Cardis Sotheby’s International Realty has recently opened a local agency for the Morges region. We provide brokerage services for the purchase or sale of real estate. We offer many new and resale apartments or detached houses which are sure to fully satisfy you. Our brokers know the area to perfection, and will support you in the sale or acquisition of both accessible and luxury properties. The region offers both villas and apartments, according to your needs.
A town filled with flowers
For Morges, flowers are not just decorative, but a veritable institution that has become legendary. The Tulip Fair is a good example, and comes fully recommended. In the month of April, to celebrate the return of spring, more than 120,000 tulips are planted in the Parc de l’Indépendance. Strollers and visitors can admire the many varieties and their massed beauty. From May to June it is the turn of the irises and lilies in the Gardens of the Château de Vullierens, which present a fabulous collection of these specimens. Summer comes to an end in similar style, with dahlias from July to October on the Quais de Morges, including a grand exhibition and sale. It is therefore no exaggeration to say that flowers are part of the character of Morges, and that nature here is flourishing.
For the tastebuds
If Morges can be discovered with the eyes and the nose alone thanks to its countless flowers, the town is also one to be savoured with the taste buds. First at the famous market, which maintains a presence all year long along the central Grand-Rue. The ideal opportunity to discover the flavours of artisans from the region, local products, fruits, vegetables, cheeses, meats and cold meats. Of course, a lakeside town would not deserve this name without fishing-related gastronomy: perch, féra and char are all specialties that should not be missed in the restaurants of Morges. A whole range of tastes that you can also discover while exploring the region.
Throughout the year, the town of Morges offers numerous musical events, including the Paillote Festival which welcomes regional groups and ensembles of international renown. However, it is principally reputed for its cultural festivals. The most famed of all is Morges-sous-Rire in June, a festival wholly given over to comedy. Comedians come from Switzerland but also from France, whose reputations are well established. At the same time of the year, the newspaper cartoon exhibition opens, which highlights the work of caricaturists from the regional media, or even farther afield. At the beginning of September, it is literature that comes to the shores of Lake Geneva with the Livre sur les Quais festival, a large open-air book fair that has nothing to envy its counterpart in Geneva. Autumn is not to be forgotten either, especially in October with the Salamander Festival, themed around nature and the environment.
A town of medieval charm
Founded in 1286, Morges owes its name to the La Morges river, which demarcates the town together with another stream, the Bief. These two rivers also appear on the coat of arms, in the red and white colours of the House of Savoy. The old town has kept its appearance and charm of yesteryear, and it is a real pleasure to admire. The Château de Morges, built in 1296, has been preserved and today still stands on the shores of Lake Geneva, like a guardian. The site, damaged by an explosion in 1871, was rebuilt and has housed the Vaudois Military Museum since 1925, one of a total of six museums. In winter, in the castle gardens, all the merchants and artisans of the region come to set up the Christmas Market there, a real pleasure just to stroll in.