The Hotel Castell with its sensuous hammam and original Dorta restaurant lends a vibrant and modern touch of color. And those hungry for culture are sure to be enchanted by the historic village and admire the proud patrician houses that have been so beautifully preserved. Friends of seductive aromas find themselves in Europe’s highest lying coffee roasting plant - and inside the "Caferama Badilatti" you can look back on the history of coffee.
That time doesn’t stand still in this tradition-conscious village of 1400 souls is proven with its colorful range of recreational facilities. These include a beautifully landscaped 18-hole golf course, an inline skating track and a wealth of hiking and biking possibilities.3
Thanks to its qualities as optimal family ski resort with two chairlifts and three ski lifts, a skiing school with ski kindergarten, the Sur En cross-country center and plenty of idyllic winter hiking trails, Zuoz is well equipped for future tourists.
History is ever present in the pretty heart of this Engadine village, where grand patrician houses with sgraffito facades huddle down narrow alleyways. From walking trails and bike tours to mini golf and inline skating – a wide range of activities make holidays here fun and outdoor action abounds.
- Segantini-Museum - dedicated to the painter Giovanni Segantini who spent the final five years of his life in the Engadine
- National Park House Zernez