Destination

Discover the hidden treasures of the charming towns and cities, explore local beauty spots, expand your knowledge with a visit to a UNESCO World Heritage site, or take in the breathtaking panoramic views offered by the Creux du Van, the summit of the Chasseral or the banks of the Doubs river.

Nestled in an unspoilt natural setting on the banks of the Doubs river, the small medieval town of Saint-Ursanne has preserved its treasures.

This centre of the watchmaking industry lies in the heart of the Montagnes neuchâteloises range.

Historic Büren an der Aare is included in the national cultural heritage inventory.

The capital of the watchmaking industry and the birthplace of Le Corbusier.

Porrentruy, a former residence of the Prince-Bishops of Basel, is known for its imposing castle and the Réfous Tower, a massive old watchtower overlooking the old town.

Nestling in an imposing natural hollow, Moutier is known for its exceptional know-how in the field of machine tools and for its religious heritage.

The sturdy watch-making town of St-Imier is located between the mountains of Chasseral and Mont-Soleil, and can is a starting point for a number of excursions.

Last but not least, Twann owes its name to the good wine that grows here in a sunny location.

With its towers, terraced houses, alleyways and impressive fountains, La Neuveville is a magnificent medieval town on the shores of Lake Biel.

With its church in the middle of the vineyard, Ligerz is the symbol of winegrowing at Lake Biel.

Biel/Bienne is Switzerland’s largest bilingual town. German and French have equal rights here. This town is also the cradle of Swiss watchmaking.

Delémont, capital of the Canton of Jura, is a city surrounded by nature. The old town with its vibrant shops and restaurants invites you to take a stroll and relax.

Immerse yourself in the history of a rich thousand years old city.

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.

Nature Sites

Lake Biel is situated at the German and French language border, and it is the eight-largest lake of Switzerland.

At an altitude of 1,000m, the Franches-Montagnes form a plateau of unspoilt landscapes. Characterised by open pastures and pine forests, it's a paradise for nature lovers

Discover the Chasseral and enjoy a mind-blowing panoramic view.

Near La Brévine, at an altitude of 1039m, an out-of-this-world lake landscape.

Discover the old ponds of the Prince Bishops of Basel

The famous peninsula of Lake Biel is a destination prized for its stillness and beauty.

A stunningly beautiful rocky cirque; a work of nature not to be missed!

A nature reserve of national importance, the Etang de la Gruère is a haven of peace and a true paradise for nature lovers.

Abrupt cliffs, wild nature, chamois and marmots.

A mysterious subterranean world, the kindgom of stalactites and stalagmites.

Head uphill and enjoy a superb view of the Three-Lakes Region.

UNESCO World Heritage

Prehistoric pile-dwelling sites featured on UNESCO's World Heritage List.

Discover a fascinating world to the rythm of a watch.

Swiss parks

The park stretches from Les Brenets to St-Ursanne, including the Franches-Montagnes.

Chasseral Regional Park: from Lake Biel to Chasseral mountain, 1,607 m high...