Like a shrinking violet, Vulpera hides its attractions from passing tourists. But if you explore the village yourself and look a little closer, its true beauty will be revealed. From the romantic wilderness of the Clemgia gorge to the historic mineral water drinking hall in Nairs – the first site of spa tourism in Lower Engadin – there is plenty to see and do within walking distance. The palatial spa gardens are a testament to the heyday of mineral water tourism and the charming nine-hole golf course blends into the landscape so seamlessly that golfers often have to warn passers-by about flying golf balls. It pays to keep your eyes and ears open as you explore Vulpera – and not just because of the enthusiastic golfers.
Golf Club Vulpera
Here in Vulpera in the Lower Engadine, at 1270 m above sea level, golf is both a sport and an experience of nature. The well-kept golf course of the Golf Club Vulpera, embedded in the alpine nature, is varied and challenging.To the Golf Club