Holiday Cottages in Switzerland

Fresh air, beautiful varied countryside, Alpine pastures. Also famous for clichés such as cheese, delicious chocolate, the banking world, watches and cuckoo clocks and Heidi and Peter. The beautiful chalets are also typically Swiss; picturesque, wooden holiday homes with character. In winter they are wrapped in snow, and in summer their fronts are decorated with flower baskets.

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Popular regions in Switzerland

Valais
181 Holiday Cottages
Berner Oberland
38 Holiday Cottages
More of Geneva and surroundings
1 Holiday Cottages

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In the mountains
174 vacation rentals
Bring Your Dog!
107 vacation rentals
For Families
48 vacation rentals
Wellness Stays
37 vacation rentals
On holiday park
20 vacation rentals

Our holiday home offers in Switzerland

View the loveliest holiday homes at discounted rates in our most popular destinations!

to 24%
Valais
1 Week from €277
to 8%
Berner Oberland
1 Week from €240
to 9%
Graubunden
1 Week from €376
to 19%
Eastern Switzerland
1 Week from €375
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Switzerland

Discover nature from your holiday cottage

In total Switzerland counts 1000 waterfalls and glaciers and about 1600 lakes. Famous lakes include Lake Geneva, the Boden Lake and Lago Maggiore. For nature lovers a holiday cottage in Switzerland is a good choice.

Holiday cottages in the mountains

The Alps take up sixty percent of the land in Switzerland. The Belvilla holiday homes are mainly located in this region. Another thirty percent of the countryside is taken up the hilly highlands Mittelland and ten percent by the Jura highlands. It's not surprising to find numerous winter sport areas in a country where sixty percent of the countryside consists of Alps.

Holiday homes for fabulous winter sports

The largest ski area is the 'Portes du Soleil'. This border crossing ski region (France and Switzerland) is considered as one of the largest ski regions in the world. The landscape alternates between mountain tops, glaciers, valleys, lakes and passes and Alps villages. After a day of outdoors activity, it's great to come home to your own holiday cottage.

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The Aletsch glacier in Wallisis is really impressive, at 115 km² it is the largest glacier in Switzerland and also part of the Unesco World Natural Heritage. Towns like Bern are well known for their culture and history (historic centre is on the UNESCO world heritage list), along with Lucerne and Geneva.

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