Switzerland’s largest regional nature park lies in the heart of Graubünden. Untouched nature, original villages and a Unesco World Heritage site all meet here.
This unique area in Canton Ticino extends from the Brissago Isles on Lago Maggiore to the Walser village of Bosco Gurin. Typical for the Locarnese National Park Project is the diverse natural scenery and the climate, ranging from subtropical to alpine.
The river Doubs lends its name to Doubs Nature Park. Forty kilometers long, the river forms the border of the French Departement bearing the same name. To the south, the Freiberg Mountains with their typical forest and meadow landscape are part of the 300-square-meter Nature Park.
The Pfyn-Finges Nature Park is home to an amazing variety of landscapes, natural habitats and cultural distinctiveness. The change from glacier to vineyard, wetland to rocky steppe, Alpine hut to castle and German to French makes this nature park in Central Valais singularly attractive.