The Taubenloch is one of the most popular hikes in the region – perhaps because of its romantic surrounding, the pleasantly cool temperatures, or the easy access that allows families to discover the gorge.
The northern shores of the Bielersee (Lake Biel) are cultivated to a high degree with vines. The hike along the attractive vineyard path from Biel to La Neuveville grants a comprehensive view of the work of the local vintners.
A breathtakingly beautiful cirque created from water and ice erosion. A soaring cliff in the shape of a horseshoe – always recognisable, utterly unforgettable!
These walks invite you to discover power trails in the community of Haute-Sorne as well as two high-energy paths in the hills above St-Ursanne and around the mysterious Etang de la Gruère.
The hike from Magglingen over the Twannberg ascent and down to Twann is a popular classic. Spectacular views from above, such as the imposing Twannbach river canyon and fairytale lanes of the wine making village Twann make this tour so appealing.
The hike over the Jolimont and Heidenweg path comprises diverse attractions. Colourful, mixed woods, prehistoric place of worship and spectacular viewpoints.
A path, some dinosaur remains - here is a piece of history that will inspire you.
Discover this magnificent region between the deep-blue lake and the verdant vineyards by bicycle.
The Vegetable Path is a very safe and "bike only" path on which you can feast your eyes on the delicious shades of green of our area.
The famous peninsula of Lake Biel is a destination prized for its stillness and beauty. St. Peter’s island invites you to relax among reeds, vineyards, and on small sandy beaches.
Wooded pastures, typical mountain flora and splendid panoramic views of the Three-Lakes region and the Alps can be admired from the summit of Chasseral.
Under several domes, the Papiliorama takes you into a tropical climate where all kinds of animals, plants, insects and, of course, butterflies, live together.
With its church in the middle of the vineyard, Ligerz is the symbol of winegrowing at Lake Biel.
The hydropower plant in Hagneck was opened in 2015. During a guided tour, you will receive insight into the topic of hydropower and learn everything about the renaturalisation measures of the hydropower plants.