Located between Cartigny and Chancy, Avully is bordered by the Rhône and for almost 70% of its surface area is covered by farms and wine-growing estates.
The birthplace of Henry Dunant (founder of the Red Cross), it is also an ideal place for families (with local shops and amenities), and rich in walks in nature. Here, all school levels are available from early childhood to primary. But Avully is above all a privileged village atmosphere, friendly and convivial, where every year you will find both the famous Gena Festival and the Country Festival. The Temple d’Avully is the local monument (1716), several times renovated. It can be rented out for events. Want a gourmet getaway? We strongly recommend the restaurant Julie and Adrien: a renovated former farmhouse offering local products cooked with care.