The picturesque and medieval village of St-Prex is built on a triangular peninsula and its Tour de l'Horloge is easily recognizable. Beaches and pedestrian walks make of St-Prex a great place to relax within a natural environment.
The medieval village of St-Prex and its Grand Rue leading to the Tour de l'Horloge is very bucolic, thanks to numerous fountains and wrought iron signboards. Remains of the ancient town wall and of the Tour de l'Horloge fiercely decorate the town's entrance. St-Prex was built in 1234 under the Lausanne's Evêché. The small town enjoys several beaches.
Nature lovers will be enchanted by the quantity of walks starting from St-Prex: the Sentier du Lac, the Sentier de la Truite and the Sentier du Patrimoine.