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Siviez is the highest of the 18 villages in Nendaz and is located in the Swiss Alps, in the heart of the famous Valais region. Your apartment in Siviez is surrounded by numerous mountain ridges, often over 3,000 metres high, and offers you the best opportunities for an active holiday all year round.

Between mountain idyll and tourism centre – your apartment in Siviez

The village of Siviez is located about seven kilometres outside Nendaz, at an altitude of more than 1,700 metres. The region is strongly influenced by tourism, as it lies in the heart of one of the largest ski resorts in Europe, the “Les 4 Vallées”. Numerous private accommodations have been built on the surrounding slopes, but classic couchsurfing in Siviez is hardly possible. But it is not only in winter that Siviez has a lot to offer. The Centre Alpin de Novelly, which is open all year round, is located in the immediate vicinity of the cable car on the Mont-Fort, which is mainly frequented by hikers and mountain bikers during the summer months. The most popular walks are along the small mountain river La Printse, which accompanies you to the Barrage de Cleuson mountain pasture. There are several public picnic areas here. In the absence of a modern water supply system, Alpine dairymen from the surrounding area created so-called “blisses”, the remains of these historic water channels are still preserved today. Most visitors reach Siviez from Nendaz, the actual main municipality. Nendaz became famous especially for its numerous mineral water springs. Although Nendaz was first mentioned in a document in 985, there are only a few historically important buildings in the area. Worth seeing is the church Saint-Légier with its compact, but striking nave and the church tower that seems almost modest in comparison. Only remains of the former Château de Brignon remain, but they are a popular excursion destination.

Explore Switzerland from your private accommodation in Siviez

If you get tired of the mountain idyll around Siviez, it is worthwhile to start a small round trip through Switzerland. From Nendaz you can reach our accommodations in Killwangen. For centuries the economy of the municipality was exclusively determined by the Cistercian Abbey of Wettingen, which owned almost all the land. Today, Killwangen is a popular excursion destination for visitors from nearby Zurich. "We also have Apartments in Zurich on offer. Further west, not far from the border with Lichtenstein, you will find numerous private accommodations in St. Gallen. Since a large part of the city is located on soft peat soil, numerous buildings were erected on oak piles, which are naturally preserved by the underground. Due to the numerous sights, a stay of several days is worthwhile. Book your private apartment with us in St. Gallen and discover the economic centre of Eastern Switzerland. Closely linked to the international success of the city is the St. Gallen University of Applied Sciences, which is considered one of the best business schools in the world. One of the most important events is the annual New Orleans Jazz Festival, which reaches its climax in the heart of the historic old town. There you will also find the city’s most important landmark, the 18th century collegiate church with its striking twin towers. From St. Gallen it is now not far to the Austrian Kleinwalsertal. Here you will find private accommodations in Mittelberg. Mittelberg occupies a very special position for two reasons. On the one hand the place is considered as the only exclave of Austria, since the only access road leads over German national territory. On the other hand, it is the only region in which the highestemannic dialects have survived to this day. Mittelberg owes this linguistic microcosm to the Alemanni, who settled the municipality from Switzerland in the 13th century. Particularly noteworthy is the large number of well-preserved, often centuries-old farmhouses and the listed parish church of St. Jodok.

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