It is said that Bever writes the most beautiful stories. And this is not by chance: whoever goes to Val Bever also goes to a fairytale forest where a path leads from story to story through untamed nature. Centrally located, the village on the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the RhB Albula line is also the best starting point for experiences of all kinds.
Bever is tranquil. It is close to the action and yet far enough away to find peace in the village and its surrounding nature. It is the Engadin houses, the location on the Beverin, and the side valley Val Bever that give the village its charm.
And for those who travel to Bever, the journey itself is it’s own destination because the most beautiful way to Bever goes via the Albula train line, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In summer and in autumn it is the blue of the Beverin flowing through the valley that forms a contrast with the summer and autumn landscape and burns itself into memory. In any case, the Val Bever is by far one of the most beautiful side valleys - and we don't just mean the way to Spinas but particularly what comes after. The solitude - being surrounded by only nature. Whoever is looking for this, will find it here.
In winter, the cross-country ski trail and the winter hiking trail end in Spinas - which doesn't detract from the experience but takes you into a magical winter world. Go for it and take your time to discover Bever - it will not disappoint you.
Spend the night in the historic Chesa Salis, which is now run as a bed & breakfast and is a great choice for those who appreciate attention to detail. Take a horse-drawn carriage ride to Val Bever, take part in a guided tour of the village, stay in one of the Engadin houses that are rented out as vacation apartments or in the Bever Lodge, the first modular hotel made entirely of wood - regardless of what you're looking for, you'll find it here.