The 700-person village in the heart of the wide high valley opens its doors to visitors, so that they can learn its small, poetic secrets: gardens, windows set deep in the facades as well as flower bouquets on stairheads and balconies. The church tower of Bever rises into the blue sky of the Upper Engadine.
In the adjacent Bever Valley (Val Bever) time seems to have stood still: one can experience pristine nature and total tranquility. From time to time a train runs by, only to disappear soon into a tunnel. A Fairytale Path leads through the middle of the Bever Valley. All stories were written by Engadine authors and staged by local artists with sculptures. There are even rumors that fairytale figures can come to life in the romantic Val Bever…
Bever is a starting point for romantic winter hikes, extended cross-country skiing and toboggan adventures as well as Alpine skiing fun in the nearby winter sport areas. People who make their way to Spinas at the southern portal of the Albula railway tunnel, which is four kilometers away, will feel totally relaxed.
- Segantini-Museum – dedicated to the painter Giovanni Segantini who spent the final five years of his life in the Engadine.