The neighboring village of St. Moritz is by no means in its shadow: Celerina delights visitors with its charm, a variety of offerings and plenty of sunshine. San Gian, a church dating back to the 14th century, is perched just outside Celerina. It is the symbol of the village.
No other place in the Engadine can boast so many hours of sunshine as Celerina. That the sun-drenched village shines in a special light is also due to the charming village center with its typical Engadine houses.
Thanks to innovative hotels there is always something going on in Celerina – a concert, a party, always small, but always well arranged and therefore attractive. But also visitors who seek peace and quiet will find it: on the plain with its spase forests in whose heart the Stazersee, a supremely romantic lake invites you to take a dip.
Mountainbikers find demanding trails on Corviglia/Marguns, and families with children enjoy themselves on the large playground at the Marguns Mountain Station. Children frolic in the new lakeside splashing pool. The return to Celerina takes place via the Fairytale Trail or down the slope by Trottinett scooter.
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Celerina – the village with the charming centre St. Moritz’s charming neighbour enjoys more hours of sunshine than anywhere else in the Engadin. However, Celerina also presents itself in a very special light as a result of its alpine village centre with its beautiful traditional Engadin houses. Very close by is the aerial cableway to Marguns, which transports guests directly to the glamorous mountain and ski area of St. Moritz-Corviglia, as well as the Upper Engadin’s expansive network of cross-country ski trails. In summer, contrast-rich paths through forests and meadows lure visitors to one of the most romantic alpine bathing lakes in the Upper Engadin – the Lej da Staz.