An enclave of Geneva in the canton of Vaud, along the shores of Lake Geneva, Celigny is one of the most popular municipalities in the region thanks to its small beach.
With its breathtaking views of Mont-Blanc, its abundant nature and its characteristic tranquillity, this privileged place to live is the setting for many upscale properties. Here you will find the Garengo and Élysée estates, both declared cultural assets of national importance. The church, the presbytery and the farm of “Grande Coudre” are listed as cultural assets of regional importance. For fine dining, the “Buffet de la Gare” enjoys an excellent regional reputation, as does the Café de l’Union (the latter located, more precisely, in Crans-près-Céligny, the town’s little sister in Vaud). Another historical detail, for film fans, is that the cemetery of the town holds the tomb of the legendary British actor Richard Burton.