Criteria «Ecotourism»

The criteria for the Ecotourism platform have been elaborated and defined by a jury. This jury is composed of members of Switzerland Tourism and Stefan Forster from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences.

Criteria «Ecotourism»

Witvis / karpers (Cyprinidae)

This fish family, which has by far the greatest number of species in Switzerland, lives in waters ranging from mountain lakes (Minnow) to ponds that are extremely oxygen-deficient (Tench). Among these are: Redeye Bass, Carp, Tench, Brachsmen, Nase (Chondrostoma nasus), Varione (Leuciscus souffia) and Chub (Alburnoides bipunctatus).

This fish family, which has by far the greatest number of species in Switzerland, lives in waters ranging from mountain lakes (Minnow) to ponds that are extremely oxygen-deficient (Tench). Among these are: Redeye Bass, Carp, Tench, Brachsmen, Nase (Chondrostoma nasus), Varione (Leuciscus souffia) and Chub (Alburnoides bipunctatus).

Witvis / karpers (Cyprinidae)

Capuns: wrapped and filled

The art of wrapping vegetables and meat in chard leaves is one that the cooks of Graubünden have mastered superbly. As demonstrated by capuns, which have evolved from a simple farmers' dish to a delicacy. Every family, every village, every valley has its own recipe. And each one is, of course, the best!

Capuns: wrapped and filled