About Interlaken, Switzerland
Interlaken is a beautiful Swiss town located between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, famous for its stunning mountain scenery and as a starting point for exploring the Swiss Alps.
1:50 hrs from Airport
568 m resort altitude
Interlaken, Haus am SeeCHF 3,150,000
A brand new house to be built above the shores of Lake Thun with absolutely stunning and far-reaching views.Spa & Wellness Facilities, Lake, Newbuild, Available to Swiss Residents Only
'Surrounded by captivating beauty and glistening lakes, Interlaken serves as an excellent base for skiing enthusiasts. Strategically located near world-class alpine resorts such as Grindelwald and Wengen, the resort offers access to a variety of exciting slopes.' - Florence Rowson-Stevens
Attracting global visitors since 1806, Interlaken consistently captivates with its Swiss charm and magnificent splendor. The village is a tapestry of quaint streets, adorned with traditional chalets, inviting cafes and boutiques. A leisurely stroll through the village immerses you in an atmosphere of timeless beauty. Set against a backdrop of breathtaking mountains and remarkable lakes, Interlaken seamlessly blends outdoor adventure with cosy charm.
While Interlaken itself may not have its own slopes, its prestigious location serves as a gateway to renowned alpine resorts such as Murren, Grindelwald and Wengen where the skiing is unparalled.
The Jungfrau region offers over 213km of slopes and an altitude as high as 2970 metres. Known for its diverse range in slopes, international competitions and world-famous ski runs, the Jungfrau region provides skiing at its best.
Described at the 'Top of Europe', skiing amongst these mountians will leave in awe as you race through the snowy peaks.
During the summer, Interlaken transforms into a vibrant destination, showcasing its charm with breathtaking lakes and a variety of water sports. The village buzzes with activity as people enjoy the inviting waters of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, offering countless activities from exhilarating wind surfing to more tranquil options like swimming.
Hiking and biking trails are also immensely popular for those fortunate enough to explore the serene and scenic mountains. However, if exercise isn't your preference, you can still admire the views and colorful meadows from the comfort of a traditional and picturesque railway journey.
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