Burgseewli natural bathing beach

Burgseewli natural bathing beach

Swimming and snorkelling among ducks and water-lilies. At the lakeside there is the children's adventure paddling pool.more

Bathing fun at the Untersee

Bathing fun at the Untersee

In Arosa, at an altitude of 1800m above sea level, families will discover something which is usually only found at the seaside - a small but fine sandy beach at which the entire family will want to linger.more

Upper Engadine Lakes

Upper Engadine Lakes

Between Maloja and St. Moritz, the Upper Engadine lake plateau presents...more

Lake Sils

Lake Sils

Lake Sils is the largest lake in Graubünden and, together with lakes St....more

Burgseewli natural bathing beach

Swimming and snorkelling among ducks and water-lilies. At the lakeside there is the children's adventure paddling pool.

Swimming and snorkelling among ducks and water-lilies in clean water in a nature reserve.

Burgseewli natural bathing beach
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Bathing fun at the Untersee

In Arosa, at an altitude of 1800m above sea level, families will discover something which is usually only found at the seaside - a small but fine sandy beach at which the entire family will want to linger.

In Arosa, at an altitude of 1800m above sea level, families will discover something which is usually only found at the seaside - a small but fine sandy beach at which the entire family will want to linger.

Bathing fun at the Untersee
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Upper Engadine Lakes

Between Maloja and St. Moritz, the Upper Engadine lake plateau presents itself sometimes almost as a kitschy tableau. Besides the four big lakes (St. Moritz, Silvaplana, Champfèrer and Silser) a large number of romantic mountain lakes are hidden in the forests.

Between Maloja and St. Moritz, the Upper Engadine lake plateau presents itself sometimes almost as a kitschy tableau. Besides the four big lakes (St. Moritz, Silvaplana, Champfèrer and Silser) a large number of romantic mountain lakes are hidden in the forests.

Upper Engadine Lakes
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Lake Sils

Lake Sils is the largest lake in Graubünden and, together with lakes St. Moritz, Silvaplana and Champfèr, forms the Upper Engadine chain of lakes. During the summer months, Europe’s highest passenger boat service operates on lake Sils.

Lake Sils is the largest lake in Graubünden and, together with lakes St. Moritz, Silvaplana and Champfèr, forms the Upper Engadine chain of lakes. During the summer months, Europe’s highest passenger boat service operates on lake Sils.

Lake Sils
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