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Lake of Morat is the smallest of the lakes of Jura

Lake of Morat / Canal de la Broye | Switzerland: Characteristics & Overview

Rating of waterway

Degree of difficulty: no rating
Requirements: Boating license essential
Character of waterway: back to nature, with urban surroundings
Profile of waterway: Used by tourists only
Facilities groundside: Sufficiant

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Lake of Morat / Canal de la Broye | Switzerland

Lake of Murten (Morat)
It is only 8 kilometres long and 2.8 broad but still very popular to boaters because it has with the Broye-canal a connection to the Lake of Neuenburg (Neuchâtel) and with the Zihl-canal another one to the Lake of Biel (Bienne). Together, the three lakes are the biggest water-sport estuary lying entirely on Swiss territory. The beautiful medieval town of Murten and the wines of Mont Vully contribute as well to the popularity of this region.

Places along the Lake:
Murten / Faoud / Vallamand / Môtier / Sugiez / Muntelier

The Vines at Mont-Vully