Guarda

Schellenursli and typical Engadine buildings

Guarda, a gem of a village, is the setting of a children’s story that touches the hearts of kids and adults alike.

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  • Schellen-Ursli Path in Guarda
      Schellen-Ursli Path in Guarda Hiking

    The age-old Chalandamarz festival (calendae martius is Latin for the first day of the month of March) is celebrated in many different forms in the villages of the Engadine Valley to drive out the evil spirits of winter with loud bell clanging and whip cracking. On the “Schellen-Ursli Path” in Guarda the custom really comes to life again, because this village, high above the valley, is the setting of the story about the local boy who didn’t have a bell for the Chalandamarz festival.

  • Engadin Bad Scuol: the queen of Alpine spas
      Engadin Bad Scuol: the queen of Alpine spas Water/Wellness

    The health and wellness spa includes whirlpools, water grottos, steam baths, solariums, a sauna landscape, an outdoor and a salt-water pool, and a spectacular Roman-Irish bath to relax and enjoy while savoring the views of the surrounding mountains.

  • Hotel Meisser, Guarda
      Hotel Meisser, Guarda Hotels/Accommodation

    In the heart of the historic village of Guarda, situated on a beautiful sunny plateau, is the Hotel Meisser offering magnificent views of the Engadine Dolomites – a veritable mountain gem.