Lake Biel is situated at the German and French language border, and it is the eight-largest lake of Switzerland.
Discover the rich heritage of this mythic beverage.
You can choose from an extensive range of accommodation for your upcoming stay in our region.
Between May and October, from 2 overnight stays in the Canton Jura between May and October, you receive a voucher by Jura Tourism for a one-hour trail ride on horseback.
Famous for its charming alleys, beautiful facades and venerable corporate houses, the old town is a privileged place in the heart of the city of Biel.
Cruise on the biggest lake in Switzerland that’s all Swiss.
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This educational path leads you to the heart of the ”Marais Rouge” (Red Marsh). A discovery route retracing...
The hike from Magglingen over the Twannberg ascent and down to Twann is a popular classic. Spectacular...
Walks on the outskirts of La Chaux-de-Fonds.
Trail down the side of the Chaumont, marked with wood sculptures.
A beautiful mineral and aquatic area to explore on foot or by boat.
Discover the world of sports on a walk.
Between Gänsbrunnen and the farm-restaurant "Métairie de Montpelon", the Dwarves' Way is dotted with panels which will make you discover nature in a fun way.
After gladly escaping the high fog, we saw the plain spread out before us in the direction of Hinterweissenstein.
A 4-kilometer loop retracing the history of ice-making on Brenet lake.
This trail links the Mont-Soleil solar power plant to the Mont-Crosin wind power plant.
Discover the area of Saignelégier and the pond La Gruère
A little walking and plenty of stopping to enjoy the scenery and scents of nature.
A hike through the mystical Taubenloch Gorge is a pleasure for the whole family.
A path for everyone, independent of age or religion.
Loop circuit hike of 8.2km departing from Les Rasses.