This authentic village without (mass) tourism has escaped the feeling of dullness. It is by no means a village where time has stood still, or disconnected from worldly reality, but rather gives a view to the future of small-scale sustainability. It has industry, the springs of Valserwasser, spas and hotels. It also has sustainable energy at its disposal: the hydro-electric power station Zervreila. There is even a 'milk pipeline' which, during the summer, delivers the milk from the 2000 meter high alms directly into the village. There is quite a lot of agricultural activity as the sheep and cows stay in the village during winter. You can hear the sound of their bells and smell their authentic scent year-round. There are approximately 15 restaurants, a bakery, a butcher, a dairy store, two supermarkets, two banks, a post office and a few other stores.
The ski area vast, with beautiful, wide and quite ski trails. A cable-car and three ski-tows will take you up to a height of 3000 meters.
The house, which is approximately 160 m2 in size (excluding the shed), offers much privacy. The dwelling is completely dug out of the mountainside. A big glass façade opens out onto the terrace (60 m2) and offers spectacular views to green meadows (snow-covered hillsides) and mountain tops. It is situated directly next to the Therme Vals, and in walking distance of the bakery, supermarket, post office, bank, restaurants and village square. The free ski shuttle to the ski-tow, 800 meters down the road, stops directly on the lower road. Further information can be found on the website 'Visit Vals'.