The Udrezants Neighbourhood

Like many other neighbourhoods in the area, the Udrezants was once a village itself.
The chapel, dedicated to the Virgin Mary, was built between 1846 and 1847 by Priest Antoine Marullaz (1805-1877). In order to protect the village, the priest also gained control of the forest located above the chapel.
You’ll also find the Udrezants the “Chateaux” (castles), so called in Morzine, which were the property of leading citizens.
  • The sundial Chateau was owned by Maire Francois Buet’s family from 1888 to 1931.
  • The Udrezants Chateau (dated 1953) was also a wealthy residence of the time. 
Source: Histoire et Patrimoine Association, Morzine
Heritage Tour every Thursday at 10am during high season
Article 1 : The Village Square
Article 2: Bézière
Article 3: The Mills
Article 4: L’Hôtel des Alpes
Article 5: Le Clos
Article 6: Maison de la Poste
Article 7: The Old Bridge (Le Vieux Pont)
Article 8: The River Dranse
Article 9: Le Plan neighbourhood
Article 10: The Old Cable-Car
Article 11: The Old Villages
Article 12 : Avoriaz
Article 13: The Avoriaz Cable-Car
Article 14: The Udrezants Neighbourhood
Article 15: The Nyon Gondola
Article 16: Les Nants Village
Article 17: The Manor House
Article 18: Le Vieux Bourg
Article 19: The Pleney Cable-car
Article 20: Le Grand Hôtel
Article 21: Sawmill at “Le Plan”
Article 22: The Slate Mines
Article 23: Combe à Zore
Article 24: The two water fountains
Article 25: Le Pied de la Plagne