Graubünden Tourism

Parc da natüra

Biosfera Val Müstair

The Biosfera Val Müstair is a regional nature park of national importance and, together with the Swiss National Park and parts of the municipality of Scuol, forms the first high-alpine UNESCO biosphere reserve in Switzerland. In the sunny Val Müstair, 80 percent of local farmers produce purely organic produce. The valley's multi-faceted craftsmanship is based on tradition and quality, and the region offers a unique cultural and natural landscape. Special jewels distinguish the valley, such as the UNESCO World Heritage St. Johann Monastery, the Manufactura Tessanda weaving mill, the many museums and the typical Grisons villages – framed by a spectacular mountain landscape.

Highlights in the Biosfera Val Müstair

  • UNESCO World Heritage Monastery St. Johann

    The Benedictine monastery of St. Johann in Müstair houses the largest and best preserved fresco cycle of the early Middle Ages and the monastery museum brings the 1200-year history of the monastery to life.

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  • A la riva dal Rom

    Discover the Rom, one of Switzerland's most beautiful main valley rivers. No power station hinders its course, its magnificent floodplains are untouched and river basin widenings have given it back its natural

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  • Muglin Mall

    The Muglin Mall is home to the oldest functioning mill in Switzerland. Even today, the undershot strauber wheels drive the mill and stamp.

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