Boat landing station Vallamand

Vallamand Quay

A peaceful port, the Vallamand Quay is served three times a day, during good weather, by the Navigation Company on the Lakes Neuchatel and Morat. Boarding the 2.55 p.m. boat, passengers can make a complete tour of Lake Morat and disembark at Vallamand 1hr. 30 minutes later. The true adventurers with sea-legs change boats at Morat so as to take a cruise on the two lakes by the Broye Canal, up to Neuchâtel.

During spring, from end March to end May, the cruises leaving Vallamand take place from Fridays to Sundays. In the summer, from end May to end September, a boat stops at Vallamand everyday. The machinery and heritage lovers sail away on Thursdays or Sundays, days when the steamer “Le Neuchâtel” sails.
Before leaving, consult the times at or at the Tourist Office.

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  • 1586 Vallamand - CH

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