Bregaglia Valley, simply authentic

Bregaglia is an idyllic alpine valley that connects the canton of Graubünden, to the north, with Italy, to the south.Steep, elegant granite mountains and beautiful forests protect the small villages rich in art and history. Bregaglia is a paradise for hikers and mountain climbers, but also a quiet refuge for artists.

In Bregaglia, the time passes slowly, at exactly the right pace for people wanting to escape hectic daily life.There is a remarkable change in vegetation, from the high alpine lakes to the Mediterranean climate further down the valley. Beneath dramatic mountain peaks, historic trails with breathtaking views wind their way through centuries-old chestnut groves, deciduous, romantic fir forests and isolated pastures.The unspoiled authentic landscape offers countless excursions and the opportunity to get to know a fascinating culture.

Bregaglia's unique landscape is the birthplace of Alberto Giacometti and has always been the home and inspiration for numerous artists, including Giovanni Segantini and Varlin.The Maira River, known as "the powerful one", flows through the valley, fed by brooks and streams. It is a silent witness to the long and sometimes troubled history of the valley. Although Bregaglia is still geographically a part of Switzerland, the language, warmth and cordiality of the people gives the valley an Italian touch.

Bregaglia Valley - simply authentic

Da ün Giacometti e l'altar

From 25 May 2018 to 30 September 2020

Florio lives

The project would like to raise awareness that the two well-known humanists, Michel Agnolo and his son, John Florio, spent an important part of their lives in Soglio, from 1555

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Giovanni Segantini

Pointillist in Maloja. In 1858, Giovanni Segantini was born in Arco, which, at the time, belonged to Austria. In 1894, he and his family moved to Bregaglia.

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