The small, dreamy Madulain lies idyllically on the Inn River. Those looking for peace and quiet will find a true oasis here. The smallest community of the Upper Engadin has 230 inhabitants, but thanks to typical Engadin houses and the Romanesque everyday culture, it enchants on a grand scale.
Although the village presents itself in a rather reserved manner, it is at the same time inviting and offers a range of activities. In summer, inline skaters, hikers, and mountain bikers will find varied routes here; in winter, the Madulain Ice Trail is equally enchanting as the Alp Es-cha Dadour sledding trail. Madulain is also home to the largest castle complex in the Upper Engadin: the Guardaval ruins date back to the 13th century and are an impressive witness to Engadin history.
In Madulain, a suitable accommodation can be found for every taste. And if you are looking for something special, we recommend the gourmet restaurant of the Hotel Chesa Colani, which was recently awarded with a Michelin star.