Where and when can daffodils be admired in the Jura & Three-Lakes region? Here are some tips for discovering these beautiful yellow flowers that herald spring.


Pays de Neuchâtel

The heights of La Vue des Alpes and Tête de Ran are among the most beautiful places to admire daffodils.


Bernese Jura

The region of Mont-Crosin and Mont-Soleil, as well as Les Prés-d'Orvin are covered with a magnificent yellow blanket at the end of winter.


Biel Seeland

Daffodils also grow on the Twannberg mountain!


On the meadows of Haute-Ajoie, yellow daffodils bloom by the thousands from the second half of March. 

Idea: Yellow daffodils tour in Haute-Ajoie


The daffodil bloom attracts many visitors to our destination each year and we are delighted about it! To ensure that everyone can enjoy this beautiful experience in the future, here are some rules to follow in order to protect the local flora and fauna.


Flowers are more beautiful (and useful!) in their natural environment than in a vase, so we recommend not to pick them. However, it is permitted to pick one bunch of daffodils that fits in one hand per person. Digging up the bulbs and roots is not permitted.


We recommend that you park in the official parking spaces.


Please stay on the marked footpaths to avoid trampling the rare flora and disturbing the birds nesting on the ground.


We would be very grateful if you would not leave any rubbish in nature.

Prés-d'Orvin ©Stefan Boegli
Daffodil field in Tête de Ran
Daffodil field ©Tourisme neuchâtelois

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