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Alpine Flora Adventure Trail Savognin

Alpine Flora Adventure Trail Savognin

Over 120 different flowers, medicinal plants and Alpine herbs are specifically marked on the adventure trail that leads from Somtgant (chair lift summit station, 2102m) towards Laritg. A theme pamphlet is available from Savognin Tourism.more

Veia digl Pader

Veia digl Pader

Father Alexander Lozza from Marmorera (1880–1953) was the priest in Salouf, a notorious poacher and an exceptionally gifted Romanic poet. An easy...more

Son Martegn church – bearing testimony to the Baroque period

Son Martegn...

The present-day church – the sole example of the influence of Italian...more

Alpine Flora Adventure Trail Savognin

Over 120 different flowers, medicinal plants and Alpine herbs are specifically marked on the adventure trail that leads from Somtgant (chair lift summit station, 2102m) towards Laritg. A theme pamphlet is available from Savognin Tourism.

Over 100 different flowers..

Veia digl Pader

Father Alexander Lozza from Marmorera (1880–1953) was the priest in Salouf, a notorious poacher and an exceptionally gifted Romanic poet. An easy walking trail from Savognin to Stierva, bordered with 13 Romanic poems by the father, complete with German translations. Magical scenery with neat villages. Savognin (1200m) to Stierva (1375m).

Father Alexander Lozza from Marmorera (1880–1953) was the priest in Salouf, a notorious poacher and an exceptionally gifted Romanic poet.

Children’s Ski Paradise La Nars

Getting started is easy. In the Children’s Ski Paradise La Nars, Switzerland’s longest covered magic carpet transports visitors of all ages effortlessly through the 171-meter tunnel and higher up. Once on top, the riding fun begins.

Son Martegn church – bearing testimony to the Baroque period

The present-day church – the sole example of the influence of Italian baroque architecture north of the Alps – was consecrated in 1677. It is the third sacred building on this site and dominates the village of Savognin with its mighty frontage. Built in the shape of a Greek cross, it has a low dome covered with painted frescoes.