Bicycle Touring Routes in La Broye

Bicycle Touring Routes in La Broye

This bicycle touring route follows a trail of Roman ruins, encapsulating the whole region in one long look (and several pedal strokes!) and offering a different type of holiday in unforgettable surroundings.more

Museum zu Allerheiligen

Museum zu Allerheiligen

Museum covering a variety of fi elds, mostly housed in a former Benedictine monastery.more

Cultural variety and old traditions

Cultural variety...

Whether on an individual visit or a fascinating guided tour – a journey...more

Walser Settlement St. Martin in the Calfeisental Valley

Walser Settlement...

In the early 14th Century, the free Walsers started to settle in the...more

Bicycle Touring Routes in La Broye

This bicycle touring route follows a trail of Roman ruins, encapsulating the whole region in one long look (and several pedal strokes!) and offering a different type of holiday in unforgettable surroundings.

Highlighted by the five tourist offices in La Broye, "Bike Broye" offers 18 bicycle routes which are between 10 and 59 km long and can be completed at your own pace. They are clearly mapped out and take you through sites of natural and historical interest. The routes take you past forests and lakes and are ideal for children and adults, beginners and experienced cyclists, remaining far from noisy traffic.

Museum zu Allerheiligen

Museum covering a variety of fi elds, mostly housed in a former Benedictine monastery.

Museum covering a variety of fields, mostly housed in a former Benedictine monastery.

Cultural variety and old traditions

Whether on an individual visit or a fascinating guided tour – a journey of discovery into the distant past.

Whether on an individual visit or a fascinating guided tour – a journey of discovery into the distant past.

Walser Settlement St. Martin in the Calfeisental Valley

In the early 14th Century, the free Walsers started to settle in the Calfeisen Valley. The church of St. Martin was first documented in 1432.

The free Walsers settled in the Calfeisen Valley as early as the 14th Century. The church of St. Martin was first mentioned in the annals of 1432.