Self-catering Switzerland accommodation by NOVASOL
Switzerland is small, but fine. With its small size, it still has numerous sights and large cities, which are a must for holidaymakers. The small country has mountains, valleys, waterfalls, natural parks, but also skyscrapers, such as the Prime Tower in Zurich. By choosing to spend your holiday in our Switzerland accommodation, you will be able to enjoy a wide range of activities and attractions. One of the best ways to explore this unique panorama is by train, such as the Bernina and Glacier Express. Scenic Switzerland is very attractive. In the south, it borders with Lake Maggiore as a border with Italy and has therefore also already assumed Mediterranean and exotic flair, a touch of Upper Italy so to speak. The mentality of the Swiss and their friendly nature is welcome to the tourists.
The Swiss way of life
On the whole, the Swiss are active and enjoy being outdoors - hardly surprising considering the vast natural beauty which surrounds them! Hiking is a popular Swiss past time and we would highly recommend taking a leaf out of their book and heading from your chosen Switzerland accommodation off for an invigorating hike in the morning. That way, one can indulge in that famous Swiss chocolate and cheese guilt-free! Pay a visit to the famous Käsestrasse.
Winter in Switzerland
Throughout Switzerland, there are numerous ski resorts in winter offering a wide range of winter sports and activities. Switzerland is a fantastic year-round destination, and our self-catering holiday rentals - including apartments and Swiss chalet rentals. With chairlifts, they are taken up to the Alps for a spectacular downhill run. But there are also cross-country skiers, who wander with torches through the night or get together in groups. For example, the location of the "beautiful and wealthy" St. Moritz is beautifully situated. But also in St. Gallen there are ski slopes and ski resorts. After a long trip you can spend the night in the deserted huts in the mountains and enjoy it as a real adventure.
The town of Zug is worth seeing, because there is not only the Zug Castle for those hoping to learn a little about the Swiss history, but also Lake Zug, which is well known for water sports. In the surrounding forests you can go for a walk, but there is enough water, such as sailing, wakeboarding or surfing. Another highlight is the Kunsthaus in Zug, with its year-round exhibitions.