The Müstair is one of most attractive mountain valleys and is home to the universal exceptional biosphere preserve in the Romansh language area of Switzerland. Life inside the ‘Val Müstair’ has for all time been at one through nature and life is so quiet and isolated here. This vale is only reachable using the Ofen Pass from the residue of Switzerland. It is characterized by customary village’s capes, an enthralling land, pleasurable and mild sunlit climate. The Rom River flows throughout this idyll from its starting place in Tschierv then right to beyond the Italian border. The themed track alongside its banks passing across escarpments and old pasture populated by pixies and obtains in the magnificence of fen Alpine flowers. Besides, the Val Müstair, jointly with the neighboring Swiss National Park, searches for to turn into the first official UNESCO’s biosphere preserve in a high-Alpine region.
Müstair is a rural community which located in the Val Müstair sub-district of the district Inn in the Graubünden canton in Switzerland. In 2009 Müstair amalgamated with Lü, Switzerland, Fuldera, Tschierv, Santa Maria Val Müstair and Valchava to shape the Val Müstair. The easternmost village of Switzerland at Piz Chavalatsch is situated in this city. The major visitor’s attraction in this region is the Benedictine Convent of Saint John. Müstair is the first cited in near the beginning 9th Century as monasterium Tuberis containing an area of about 78 sqkm including the agricultural land, forested land, residential area, rivers and mountains. It is a stretched linear, the lowest and the largest village in Val Müstair city locally known as Müstair.