Region of Fribourg

The tourist region of Fribourg offers you unforgettable experiences... Lake, city or mountains, discover a real land of values!

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Welcome to the website of Fribourg Region and its tourist regions. Please select on the map the region you wish to discover and browse through its offers. We wish you a lot of fun!

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La Gruyere
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de Morat
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Time out in the vineyard.

In collaboration with Swiss Wine Promotion, Switzerland Tourism offers unique overnight accommodation in the midst of our Swiss vineyards. Grape Escapes offers guests the opportunity to discover Switzerland as a wine country, to connect with nature, to immerse themselves more deeply and to have an unforgettable and intimate experience.

To mark the occasion, La Région du Lac de Morat is joining the campaign and offering 5 unique accommodations around Lake Morat, in the direct vicinity of the smallest of Switzerland’s great wine-growing regions: Vully.

On the water or in the heart of a castle, you’re bound to find the right accommodation to discover the unique wines produced in the Lake Murten Region.

Vully vineyards in figures

Vully, on the shores of Lake Morat, is the smallest of Switzerland’s large wine-growing regions. Straddling the cantons of Fribourg and Vaud, it covers 1% of the total surface area of all vineyards in Switzerland. For full details of the wines produced by the Vully winegrowers, visit their website.

24 winegrowers

160 hectares of vineyards

More than 26 grape varieties

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8 facts about wine in Switzerland

  • In 2022, around 99 million 7.5 dl bottles of Swiss wine were produced.
  • We Swiss drink 36 bottles of 7.5 dl per capita per year. Of these, 13 bottles come from
  • Swiss wine is a rarity. Only around 1 % is exported. This is because we Swiss prefer to drink
    the wine ourselves. Domestic demand is so high that there is almost no volume left for
    export. Conclusion: Swiss wine can (almost) only be discovered in Switzerland.
  • Around 1500 winegrowers across the six Swiss wine regions produce their own wine.
  • Saillon – the smallest vineyard in the world, consists of just three vines. It is located in Valais,
    measures 1.6 square metres and has been owned by the Dalai Lama since 1999.
  • Below the village of Visperterminen lies Europe’s highest contiguous vineyard, at an altitude
    of between 650 and 1150 metres above sea level.
  • There are vines in every single one of the 26 Swiss cantons.
  • Grapes have been grown for wine in Switzerland since the Roman Empire.

A national offer

Would you like to discover all the “Grape Escape” accommodations in Switzerland? Click here for an interactive map.

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