Around the water

Discover on this page, all our advices to spend a refreshing summer in the Seeland and the Bernese Jura. We offer you discounted stays in accommodations close to the water, walks in the gorges and along the lake, bike tours, water activities and much more... In short, everything you need to spend the hot summer days in the cool. We wish you a nice discovery!

Escape from everyday life and enjoy La Dolce Vita on Lake Biel.



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With the boat

Cruises | Connoisseurs pick the Aare voyage as Switzerland's loveliest boat excursion.

Cruises | Cruise schedule: vineyards, idyllic villages and the famous St. Peter’s Island.

Brunch | Every Sunday in summer brunch cruise on Lake Biel. Passengers enjoy three hours aboard the MobiCat.

Cruises | This unforgettable cruise takes you on the Lakes of Biel, Neuchâtel and Murten.

 

Pools and beaches of the region

Water activity | A pleasant lawn at the beach adjacent to the nature sanctuary.

Water activity | Attractive sand beach in the middle of Biel.

Water activity | Landscape, children’s pool with water games.

Water activity | Right next to Camping Sutz on Lake Biel, the lido with its shady trees invites you to relax.

Water activity | Nice public bathing facility on the northern shore of Lake Biel.

Water activity | A beautiful beach just a stone's throw from the historic centre of La Neuveville.

Water activity | Large outdoor swimming facility on the shores of Lake Biel.

 

Refreshing activities

In the gorges and around the lake

Routes near the water

Pedal boats, canoes and stand up paddle

Cities near the water

Town | Tradition is mixed with modern-day charm in Aarberg.

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

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

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

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