The Val d'Hérens is full of pretty villages and charming hamlets with traditional historical buildings. The valley is abundant in water and the land is fertile. The famous bisse de Vex, coming from Nendaz - and passing through Veysonnaz - was instrumental in irrigating this blessed land. Another bisse, coming from the Dixence, the bisse de Fang, as well as the ancient bisse d'Hérémence supplemented the requirements in water.
The surroundings of the village offer beautiful hiking possibilities, along the bisses or further down towards Combioule or Longeborgne. The landscape, shaped as much by the hand of man as by nature, makes for an exhilarating walk: discover old abandoned "raccards", witnesses of pastoral activity, formerly cultivated terraces, cliffs, meadows that are sometimes dry, sometimes wet, sometimes returned to wild vegetation, sometimes grazed.
The village of Vex boasts several shops, cafés, a doctor, a dentist, a school, a large play area, etc. There is no shortage of things to do and you can already find that traditional mountain village feel, you know, the one that stays deep in your soul.
- Free parking
- Accessible by public transport
- On-site catering
- Accessible for caravans