Vineyard Trail between Salgesch and Sierre

Vineyard Trail between Salgesch and Sierre

This walkway among the vineyards connects Salgesch with the Château de Villa in Siders. Each of the 80 information signs along the way features a theme. The wine museum at two locations: from Haus Zumofen in Salgesch to the Château de Villa in Siders. more

Malvaglia Valley

Malvaglia Valley

A truly scenic jewel blessed with an amazing architectural history, this small Ticinese valley stands out among landscapes of national importance....more

Sardona hut SAC

Sardona hut SAC

Located in the rear of the Calfeisen Valley, at 2,158 meters at the foot...more

St-Ursanne / Clos du Doubs

St-Ursanne / Clos...

According to legend, the little town of St-Ursanne was founded by the...more

Vineyard Trail between Salgesch and Sierre

This walkway among the vineyards connects Salgesch with the Château de Villa in Siders. Each of the 80 information signs along the way features a theme. The wine museum at two locations: from Haus Zumofen in Salgesch to the Château de Villa in Siders.

This 2.5-hour tour is like a walk through an open-air museum.

Vineyard Trail between Salgesch and Sierre
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Malvaglia Valley

A truly scenic jewel blessed with an amazing architectural history, this small Ticinese valley stands out among landscapes of national importance. A road leads past historic stone bridges across the canyon, through chestnut forests, along the reservoir lake up to the hamlet of Dandrio, which boast the region’s typical stone roofs. Dagro, a little village, can be reached by aerial cable car.

Malvaglia Valley
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Sardona hut SAC

Located in the rear of the Calfeisen Valley, at 2,158 meters at the foot of the Sardona Glacier, three hours from the Walser village of St. Martin.

Located in the rear of the Calfeisen Valley, at 2,158 meters at the foot of the Sardona Glacier, three hours from the Walser village of St. Martin.

Sardona hut SAC
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St-Ursanne / Clos du Doubs

According to legend, the little town of St-Ursanne was founded by the Irish monk Ursinicus, who lived as a hermit on this isolated spot. Even today, this place possesses a magnetic power of attraction.

According to legend, the little town of St-Ursanne was founded by the Irish monk Ursicinus, who lived as a hermit on this isolated spot. Even today, this place possesses a magnetic power of attraction.

St-Ursanne / Clos du Doubs
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