|Community association||Grand Annecy|
|surface||3.74 km 2|
|Residents||391 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||105 inhabitants / km 2|
The Saint-Pierre et Saint-Paul church
The area of the 3.74 km² large municipality covers a section of the Bornes Alps. The western border runs in the area of the Col de Bluffy ( Tournette , which connects the Lac d'Annecy to the valley of the Fier . To the east, the community area extends over a densely wooded slope to the rugged limestone peaks of the Dents de Lanfon , on which the highest elevation of Bluffy is reached at .), a wide saddle flanked by the heights of Mont Baret and the massif of the
Since the 11th century, Bluffy has belonged to the Talloires monastery.
Bluffy village church dates from the 19th century.
With 391 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2017), Bluffy is one of the small communities in the Haute-Savoie department. In the course of the 19th and 20th centuries, the population decreased continuously due to strong emigration (in 1861, Bluffy had 471 inhabitants). Since the beginning of the 1970s, thanks to the attractive residential area and the proximity to Annecy, there has been a significant increase in population.
Economy and Infrastructure
Bluffy was a predominantly agricultural village well into the 20th century . Today there are various local small businesses. Otherwise, the village is now mostly a residential community. Many workers are commuters who work in the larger towns in the area, especially in Annecy.
The village is very well developed in terms of traffic. It is located above the main road D909 that leads from Annecy to Thônes . Other road links exist with Menthon-Saint-Bernard and Talloires. The closest connection to the A41 motorway is around 15 km away.