Mont Vully, 1786 Bas-Vully, Switzerland
About Mont Vully
Mount Vully lies between Lakes Murten, Neuchâtel, and Biel. The magnificent view and picturesque scenery with the vineyards make it a very popular destination for excursions. The mountain also provides a retreat for animals in the middle of a landscape used for intensive agriculture. The south side, overlooking Murten and its lake, is covered by vineyards. The north side, overlooking Lake Neuchâtel, is mostly wooded.
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