Charming Engadin villages.

Villages in Graubünden

Blumen im Lavin
Winding and narrow alleys, houses built in the Engadin style and decorated with sgraffiti as well as a unique location in the middle of the Engadin mountains – this is what makes the Engadin villages so unique. Find out more about the holiday resorts in Graubünden and experience on site the typical flair that we love so much.
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Showcase village of Rhaeto-Romanic building culture. Ardez

Sunlight plays around the sgraffiti of the beautiful Engadin houses, surrounded by diverse agriculture and a pleasant tranquillity – welcome to the showpiece village of Ardez.

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Brail im Unterengadin

100 inhabitants – 1 Michelin star. Brail

Small but nice – that's Brail. The village has only 100 inhabitants, but is widely known for its listed village church and the smallest 5-star superior hotel in Switzerland.

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Das Engadinerdorf Ftan im Sommer

On the sunny terrace of the Engadin. Ftan

Ftan – here the sun rises particularly early and awakens village life. Snatches of Romanesque words penetrate the hustle and bustle of the farmers, cheese-makers, bakers and craftsmen.

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Engadiner Dorf Guarda, Brunnenbild Sommer © Andrea Badrutt
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Like in a picture book.


High above the Inn, it beams with the sun – the Schellen-Ursli village of Guarda. There is something inspiring about this village of 200 people that captivates everyone. Come and see for yourself!

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Lavin im Sommer

Italianità Engiadinaisa. Lavin

Burnt down and rebuilt with Italian features, that's what distinguishes Lavin. It is often called Italianità Engiadinaisa, which comes not least from its joie de vivre and cosmopolitanism.

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Kirche San Flurin in Ramosch ©Andrea Badrutt

Experience history. Ramosch

In Ramosch, you almost embark on a journey through time. A striking terraced landscape with magnificent Engadin houses and 3500-year-old settlement traces await you here.

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S-charl liegt sehr ruhig und abgeschieden in einem Seitental bei Scuol.

The hidden paradise. S-charl

Hidden far away in a side valley lies a small hamlet of Scuol called S-charl. A lead and silver mine was once operated here, which can still be discovered today.

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Scuol im Engadin.
Blick über das Mineralwasserdorf Scuol.
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The Mineral Water Village.


Scuol – the village centre is preserved with typical Engadin houses and situated on picturesque village squares. The mineral water in and around Scuol is very special.

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Bainvgnü a Sent.

Living Rhaeto-Romanic culture. Sent

Sent, formerly the largest village in the Lower Engadin, is a prime example of Rhaeto-Romanic culture. This can be seen, heard and felt everywhere and casts a spell over you.

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Sur En, Sent

Idyllically situated on the Inn. Sur En

Rushing water, the wind blowing through the treetops, the smell of moss and larch wood – welcome to Sur En. A place with the necessary comfort with a maximum of nature and attraction.

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The Pass Village. Susch

Susch at the foot of the pass – even its façade suggests something exciting. A real treasure trove of culture awaits us here, such as the towers in the centre of the village or the Rohan Fortress.

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A pearl at the very bottom of the valley.


Strada-Martina – a corner of the Engadin that is particularly fertile, species-rich and intact. The fractions along the Inn offer both history and attractive excursion opportunities.

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Schloss Tarasp

With the famous castle. Tarasp

On the right side of the valley, at the foot of Piz Pisoc lies Tarasp. It is structurally and scenically different from the other villages and is especially known for its castle.

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Das charmante Dorf Tschlin im Engadin im Sommer

An oasis high above the valley. Tschlin

A scent of nature and freshly brewed beer floats in the air – welcome to Tschlin. Here, the coexistence of people, animals and landscape is more pronounced than in any other place.

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Vnà im Sommer

Wonderfully secluded location. Vnà

Vnà – sun-drenched and situated at 1600 m above sea level. The Rhaeto-Romanic village impresses with its immediate proximity to nature and offers attractive hiking and biking routes.

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Tarasp Vulpera Sommer Andrea Badrutt

Small and fine. Vulpera

It modestly hides its attractions, but at second glance Vulpera reveals its true beauty. These include the wildly romantic Clemgia Gorge or the mystical Nairs.

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Dorfführung Zernez
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The National Park Centre.


Zernez is fascinating as the gateway to the National Park. Situated between the Lower and Upper Engadin, it serves as an optimal starting point for versatile excursions.

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