Champéry

Champéry

In winter, Champéry forms part of the cross-border skiing area "Portes du Soleil", one of the largest continuous skiing areas in the world, with 209 lifts and 650 km of prepared slopes. Nevertheless, the Lower Valais resort of Champéry in the Val...more

Sörenberg

Sörenberg

The summer and winter holiday resort of Sörenberg in the Lucerne hinterland in the Unesco Entlebuch Biosphere. This fantastic moor landscape with its unique plant and animal life has earned the region the distinction of being one of a mere 400...more

Thurgau

Thurgau

Thurgau, the cyclist's holiday paradise on Lake Constance

To...more

Avenches & Payerne

Avenches & Payerne

The two little towns of Avenches and Payerne are set on the wide Broye...more

Champéry

In winter, Champéry forms part of the cross-border skiing area "Portes du Soleil", one of the largest continuous skiing areas in the world, with 209 lifts and 650 km of prepared slopes. Nevertheless, the Lower Valais resort of Champéry in the Val d'Illiez has retained much of its traditional charm.

Located in the huge skiing area of "Les Portes du Soleil", the resort of Champéry in the Val d'Illiez in the Lower Valais has still managed to preserve much its traditional charm.

Sörenberg

The summer and winter holiday resort of Sörenberg in the Lucerne hinterland in the Unesco Entlebuch Biosphere. This fantastic moor landscape with its unique plant and animal life has earned the region the distinction of being one of a mere 400 biosphere reserves in the world. Sörenberg is particularly suited to families and nature lovers.

The Sörenberg holiday resort lies in the Entlebuch Unesco biosphere at an altitude of 1165 meters. With its unique plant and animal life, this fantastic moor landscape earned the region the distinction as one of a mere 400-biosphere reserves in the world. A true highlight for nature lovers and families.

Thurgau

Thurgau, the cyclist's holiday paradise on Lake Constance

To the south of Lake Constance, nestling between the lake and the foothills of the Swiss Alps, there is a charming green landscape with many rivers running through it - the canton of Thurgau. This region characterised by snug farming villages, the occasional little castle, peaceful woods, numerous orchards and vineyards and Lake Constance has a very natural feel and seems to be waiting to be explored. Several villages and towns with historic buildings provide visitors with an opportunity to gain insights into the area's past.

Thurgau, the cyclist's holiday paradise on Lake Constance

This region characterised by snug farming villages, the occasional little castle, peaceful woods, numerous orchards and vineyards and Lake Constance has a very natural feel and seems to be waiting to be explored. Several villages and towns with historic buildings provide visitors with an opportunity to gain insights into the area's past.

Avenches & Payerne

The two little towns of Avenches and Payerne are set on the wide Broye Plain in the canton of Vaud, near its border with Fribourg. The gentle rolling hills between the Lakes of Murten and Neuchâtel, the vineyards and the nature reserves are ideal for walking and cycling. Avenches, formerly Aventicum, the capital of Roman Helvetia, boasts a unique heritage from Roman times. Payerne is the site of Switzerland's largest Romanesque church.

The two little towns of Avenches and Payerne are set on the wide Broye Plain in the canton of Vaud, near its border with Fribourg. The gentle rolling hills between the Lakes of Murten and Neuchâtel, the vineyards and the nature reserves are ideal for walking and cycling. Avenches, formerly Aventicum, the capital of Roman Helvetia, boasts a unique heritage from Roman times.