Wil

The centre of Wil is considered one of the best preserved old towns of Eastern Switzerland: picturesque timbered houses, romantic arcades, and medieval alleys make up this charming town. more

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Saint-Cergue

The Jura village of Saint-Cergue (1041 m), in the foothills of the Jura high above Lake Geneva, enjoys wonderfully wide views of the Savoy Alps as... more

Saint-Cergue
Muota valley

Muota valley

The Muota valley is renowned for its Muota valley weathermen – down-to-earth weather sages with an affinity for nature’s way – and the 200-km-long... more

Wil

The centre of Wil is considered one of the best preserved old towns of Eastern Switzerland: picturesque timbered houses, romantic arcades, and medieval alleys make up this charming town.

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The city of Wil, founded in 1200 by the Count of Toggenburg, today is the economic hub of the region Toggenburg/ Fürstenland.

Saint-Cergue

The Jura village of Saint-Cergue (1041 m), in the foothills of the Jura high above Lake Geneva, enjoys wonderfully wide views of the Savoy Alps as far as Mont Blanc. The sunlit woods and high alpine meadows of the Jura in the Vaud Jura Park and the impressive peak of La Dôle are ideal for long walks. In winter, the Vaud Jura is a paradise for cross-country skiers.

Saint-Cergue is located at 1041 m at the entrance to the Col de la Givrine, to the east of the impressive Jura peak of La Dôle. Its situation, high above Lake Geneva, offers wonderful wide views of the whole alpine chain as far as Mont Blanc. The main attractions of this resort are the peaceful landscape of the Jura and the fresh, scented air of the extensive forests.

Muota valley

The Muota valley is renowned for its Muota valley weathermen – down-to-earth weather sages with an affinity for nature’s way – and the 200-km-long Höllloch karst cave system. But above all, the Muota valley is a natural paradise of wild beauty and rare tranquillity.

The Muota Valley is known for its down-to-earth weather prophets and its 200-kilometer-long karst Höllloch cave system.