With a superb location on the banks of the Leman Lake, Eight Park is situated in a neighbourhood that is home to some of the most attractive buildings in the region. A sought-after heaven of beauty and tranquillity, Saint-Sulpice has become a village that is prized by many ex-pats seeking both serenity and proximity to the Olympic capital of Lausanne, just 10 minutes away by car. As well as its enviable views, Saint-Sulpice is home to the EPFL campus and its prestigious, world-renowned Rolex Center. Beyond the village, residents benefit from its proximity to motorways allowing them to reach Geneva airport in less than 40 minutes.
Saint-Sulpice is a peaceful town of 4,700 inhabitants who have made the choice to live in privileged surroundings. An emblematic lakeside village where walks along the banks of the Leman Lake are almost a ritual, from the remains of its Romanesque church and its small marina to Laviau Park. From a post office to bank branches, from the Lausanne transport bus network to the taxi service, from primary and secondary schools to numerous day-care centres, from the sailing club to the tennis club, the municipality of Saint-Sulpice provides convenient services that meet everyone’s needs, while its urban development enhances the harmony of this highly coveted village.