Majestically they are enthroned in the village, the richly decorated farms in the Chamues-ch district and the stately patrician houses in the La Punt district. The old patricians already knew why they placed their stately houses here in the 16th and 17th centuries: La Punt Chamues-ch is strategically located at the foot of the former trade route over the Albula Pass. The Chesa Merleda with its bright white battlements is considered the landmark of La Punt and is one of the most important architectural monuments in Canton Graubünden. However, older buildings such as the late Gothic church of San Andrea with its Romanesque foundation elements still from the Middle Ages and modern stained glass windows also fascinate many visitors. Let yourself be initiated into the history of Adam da Chamues-ch, the liberator of the Upper Engadine from the bailiwick, on a guided village tour.