Doubs Regional Nature Park

Doubs Regional Nature Park

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 380-square-meter Nature Park. more

Malvaglia Valley

Malvaglia Valley

A truly scenic jewel blessed with an amazing architectural history, this small Ticinese valley stands out among landscapes of national importance....more

Splügen

Splügen

Splügen is a typical village on a pass road. The well preserved village...more

Freiberge / Saignelégier

Freiberge /...

A slightly undulating plateau at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea...more

Doubs Regional Nature Park

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 380-square-meter Nature Park.

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.

Malvaglia Valley

A truly scenic jewel blessed with an amazing architectural history, this small Ticinese valley stands out among landscapes of national importance. A road leads past historic stone bridges across the canyon, through chestnut forests, along the reservoir lake up to the hamlet of Dandrio, which boast the region’s typical stone roofs. Dagro, a little village, can be reached by aerial cable car.

Splügen

Splügen is a typical village on a pass road. The well preserved village boasts proud Palazzi and sun-blackened Walser houses. For over 2000 years the Splügen Pass has been the most important link between Graubünden and Italy, the mule track over the San Bernardino mountain played a significant role as well.

Splügen lies at the foot of the Splügen Pass and its idyllic village image is well known far beyond the regional borders.

Freiberge / Saignelégier

A slightly undulating plateau at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level, defined by large pastures, spruce and fir forests as well as characteristic whitewashed individual farms that have their barns and living quarters under the same roof: these are the Jurassic Freiberg Mountains.

A slightly undulating plateau at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level, defined by large pastures, spruce and fir forests as well as characteristic whitewashed individual farms that have their barns and living quarters under the same roof: these are the Jurassic Freiberg Mountains.