Klosters Luxury Summer Chalets

Rega Pass, Switzerland

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Klosters Summer Holiday

If you’re looking for a perfect summer holiday in the Swiss Alps then look no further than the charming rural farming village of Klosters. Combining this renowned alpine resort with the unspoilt Graubunden village, where breathtaking scenery will surround you, makes for an idyllic luxury holiday in the Alps.

An abundance of activities will keep the whole family entertained for the duration of your luxury summer holiday in Switzerland. Whether it’s hiking the 700k of marked paths, around the stunning peaks of the Piz Grialetsch and the Piz Kesch or throwing yourself head first down the well-known 6km Gotschna Freeride mountain biking trail, you will be blown away by the magical views that this summer alpine haven offers you. If water is more your thing then the Klosters Lido is an ideal family-friendly swimming pool and water slide complex or for the slightly more adrenaline fuelled of the group there is white water rafting, canyoning and hydrospeeding to enjoy. One thing is for sure a luxury summer holiday in Klosters will keep the whole family entertained.

With this beautiful and well-preserved village offering a refined atmosphere and a hearty welcome to all visitors along with an abundance of summer activities on offer, it is no wonder that Klosters is now becoming a well-known summer destination for your family friendly holiday in the Alps. With this and the Alps in Luxury team offering some beautiful luxury chalets, where you can sit back and relax on your terrace with a glass of wine soaking up the sensational vistas that surround you, it is easy to see why many people are looking to spend their summer holiday in this beautiful alpine resort.

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