This tourist area encompasses Verbier, Val de Bagnes, Pays du St-Bernard, La Tzoumaz, Sembrancher and Vollèges.
Its exceptional assets and amazing scenery appeal to all kinds of visitors, from mountain enthusiasts and nature lovers, to those seeking an active break or simply a chance to relax.
Sarn is a typical farming village with an authentic core that is well preserved and also well maintained.
Tschappina is the highest-lying community on the Heinzenberg. The area occupied by the Walser community stretches from the Glaspass (Glass Pass) to the Safien Valley and to the immediate vicinity of Safien Platz.
The Upper Engadine’s main city is not only a political center but also the cradle of Engadine’s way of life. Samedan is important thanks to its location in the heart of the Upper Engadine: the village is the turning point and pivot of the Rhaetian Railway and the home of the small international airport.