Using VLANs with remote access on layer 3 switch

I need to create an environment using VLAN's for virtual machines.  Each machine on the host will need its own subnet and vlan.  I will be giving remote access to each VM via a VPN connection.
 I plan to divide the 172.20.x.x network in /30 or /29 assigning each a vlan using access lists to allow each vlan to have internet access to the firewall where the vpn connection is and preventing unauthorized access to other VLANs.
I want to make sure my theory is sound before I move forward with the project.
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agreed, as long as your virtualisation software handles vlans natively or you know how to map ips to vlans on the host
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