Luxury in St. Moritz: The majesty of the Engadine Valley
St. Moritz is a resort village in one of the most beautiful natural areas in the Alps: the Engadine valley. The picturesque village with its distinct character and clientele is frequented by English, Germans and Italians, but you find a sample of all nationalities in this exclusive resort for luxury holidays. St. Moritz hosted the Winter Olympic Games twice and is the world's capital for cross-country skiing. Socializing seems to get as much attention in St. Moritz as sport. Under the romantic starlit skies of the Engadine valley, there is something for everyone: excellent restaurants providing haute cuisine, a casino inviting to test your luck and the nightclubs for dancing through the night. This sunny metropolis, accessible from Milan or Zurich, has numerous spas and exclusive shops against a backdrop of Alpine mountains and lakes. Leo Trippi offers magnificent luxury catered chalets and apartments in St Moritz, as well as self-catered luxury properties. Catered chalet holidays in St. Moritz are as good as it gets!
Situated in the heart of the Engadine valley on the southern side of the Alps, St Moritz is very close to the Italian border. The dry, sparkling climate and the fact that it has more days of sunshine per year than anywhere else in Switzerland, means it is the perfect summer holiday destination. There are certainly plenty of activities to choose from: hiking in Switzerland's only National Park, river rafting and horse riding. In addition to indulging in traditional sports, such as hiking and climbing, holiday-makers can enjoy a spot of sailing, windsurfing, a rubber dinghy ride on the River Inn and tennis. And St. Moritz with a total of four golf courses is an absolute golfer's paradise in the Alps. Interesting sights like the Segantini Museum, the leaning tower of the Mauritius Church, the surrounding Engadine Lake District with Lake Sils, Lake Silvaplana and Lake St. Moritz as well as the horse sledges taking you to the glacier of Roseg, the valley of Fex or to Lake Staz, are worth a visit.