La Valencienne – Boulodrome

Chemin des Vignes-d'Argent
There are several forms of boules, the best known being pétanque. In Lausanne, however, Longue and Boccia are also played. The main differences between these three sports are the size of the boules, the playing surface and the size of the court provided.

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Chemin des Vignes-d'Argent
1004 Lausanne

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Surface covering: coarse gravel

Total area: 700 m2
Playing area: 400 m2

8 outdoor pétanque courts with lighting
Snack bar
Covered terrasse

Parking nearby
Access for persons with reduced mobility

Valency Park

Recently remodelled, the upper part of Valency Park plays on Mediterranean impressions: its white gravel walkway shaded by lime trees is reminiscent of the "Places de Lices" (tournament areas) in the south of France where they play games of petanque. Indeed, the gravel replaced lawns that were a sorry sight in the summer due to the shade produced by those great trees.

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