Cheese dairies Vacherin Mont-d'Or AOP

Cheese dairies Vacherin Mont-d'Or AOP

Would you like to watch the production of Vacherin Mont-d’Or AOP, and see how the cheese makers attach a belt of pine bark around freshly made cheese? The cheese dairies of the Vallée de Joux that produce Vacherin Mont-d’Or AOP, and the aging...more

Alpine Cheese Dairy Morteratsch

Alpine Cheese Dairy Morteratsch

The Alpschaukäserei (cheese factory), with its stunning views of the Bernina Massif, is situated not far from the Morteratsch Glacier. Watch the cheesemaker at work as you sample his handiwork with your brunch or Zvieri (afternoon snack). The...more

Tour between tradition and innovation

Tour between...

The "Kambly Experience" in Trubschachen is a veritable feast for all the...more

Salt Mines – History of White Gold

Salt Mines –...

Salt belongs on the table, whether in its natural form or with added...more

Cheese dairies Vacherin Mont-d'Or AOP

Would you like to watch the production of Vacherin Mont-d’Or AOP, and see how the cheese makers attach a belt of pine bark around freshly made cheese? The cheese dairies of the Vallée de Joux that produce Vacherin Mont-d’Or AOP, and the aging cellars as well, are happy to welcome interested visitors during the production period from late September to April.

Alpine Cheese Dairy Morteratsch

The Alpschaukäserei (cheese factory), with its stunning views of the Bernina Massif, is situated not far from the Morteratsch Glacier. Watch the cheesemaker at work as you sample his handiwork with your brunch or Zvieri (afternoon snack). The Sennerei Pontresina cheese dairy's Glacier Fondue counts as an insider's tip. Purchase their products in summer or winter.

Fifty-five years after the last cheese left the Alpine peak of Nova, the Alpine Dairy in Pontresina is producing once again cheese in the traditional way on this idyllic mountain.

Tour between tradition and innovation

The "Kambly Experience" in Trubschachen is a veritable feast for all the senses. Here our visitors discover the secrets of the art of fine biscuit making, learn about the origins of Kambly and experience moments of pure bliss.

The village of Trubschachen in the Emmental is a fusion of tradition and innovation. An interactive tour will provide you with fascinating insights into three innovative Swiss companies with a history of tradition.

Salt Mines – History of White Gold

Salt belongs on the table, whether in its natural form or with added herbs. A visit to these mines, which stretch over 50 km through tunnels, shafts and gigantic caves, starts off on a train and then continues on foot. An experience not to be missed!

For centuries the ownership of salt mines meant wealth and power. The salt deposits at Bex, discovered in the 15th century, are still mined today. The salt mines are accessible to visitors, a museum depicts the mining of salt from 1684 to the present.