Klosters Luxury Villas

Swiss Alps, Switzerland

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Whether you prefer pampering, hiking, paragliding, mountain-biking or simply a relaxing family holiday – a stay in the Klosters mountains will enchant everyone who longs to rest for their souls in a beautiful, dreamlike surrounding.

Klosters is a small Swiss village with a population of just 3000 and lies 1200 meters above sea level. A world famous ski and summer resort, it can be reached from Zurich within 2 hours by car or 2 ½ hours by train. Klosters has remained a traditional farming village with classical wooden architecture and "chocolate box" chalets.

In summer the cable cars operate to provide access to mountain walks, rambles and biking through grassy meadows to stunning peaks. Traditional cowbells can be heard across the meadows. The hiking area of the Davos-Klosters holiday region and the Prättigau, with more than 700 km (437.5 miles) of hiking trails, invites you to relax in magnificent mountain freshness and enjoy nature’s marvellous spectacle anew every day. Klosters is particularly attractive for bikers; there are over 230 km (93.75 miles) of separate routes of varying degrees of difficulty in the countryside of Klosters-Davos and Prättigau. And if that is not enough, there are other challenges in the Prättigau and Davos area. The Swiss Bike Masters over 120 km (75 miles) is one of the toughest bike races in the world.

If action is not what you are looking for then check out the various hotels pampering holiday guests in their wellness centres. The resort offers a new heated family open-air swimming pool with a view over the magnificent scenery of the Silvretta massif, 12 clay tennis courts, the new 9 Hole Golf course from Klosters uniquely nestled in the magnificent alpine landscape, six 18-hole golf courses within a radius of a 60-minute car drive, a multi-sport sports centre for various types of ball sports and athletics round off the summer attractions.

Alternative family activities include the nature reserves which provide protection for chamois and ibex whilst the huge pine forests have protected the red squirrel from the more common grey squirrel that has taken over so much of Europe. Mountain bikes can be hired. There are zoos for the children and wine-tasting in the highest vineyards in Europe for mums and dads. The lake at Davos provide some of the highest sailing in Europe. Tennis, pony trekking, swimming (both outdoors and in) and a trip on the world famous Heidiland and Glacier Express Railways are all on offer.

What makes Klosters and its surrounding area so special is that it is a conservation area. The villages of the whole region are full of traditional wooden chalets and have not been allowed to sprawl. Locally made Alpine cheese and butter are available, as is wine from the vineyards just down the valley. Klosters still only has around 30 shops and if this is not enough then try a day trip to the wealthy eighteenth century capital of Chur or St Moritz. Zurich, just a couple of hours away, is a delightfully gentle city with fascinating architecture and legendary shopping.

A must have Klosters experience is the Walserhof’s Michelin 2 star restaurant. Beat Bolliger’s gastronomic creations are legendary, and afterwards, why not enjoy some jazz at the Chesa Grischuna? Traditional yet exclusive, Klosters is the chosen resort for those in the know.
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