The Mont Vully Caves
The Lamberta caves are man-made tunnels excavated in sandstone.
The galeries extend for 200 meters. Originally made during the First World War as a fortification for the infantry with positions for machine-guns, it formed part of the system of defense for the Swiss central plateau. The work to create the position was carried out between 1915 and 1917 in order to defend the line of Lake Murten.
Nowadays these caves have become a children's paradise for long hide-and-seek games.
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Don't forget to bring a torch.
Access by car: there are parking spaces for the visitors of the caves. These ones are located near the Restaurant Mont-Vully in Lugnorre. You will then need to walk 5 minutes (300 meters) to reach the caves.
Access by public transport: from Sugiez train station, take the bus number 530 in direction to Lugnorre. The bus stop for the caves is "Môtier village". From there, you will need to walk 20 minutes (1 km) to reach the caves.
The caves are located on the Historical Path.
A guided tour can be organized on request.