The Flims-Laax-Falera holiday region shines on a wide sunny terrace over the Vorder Rhine Valley, off the traffic. The destination owes its location to the Flims landslide, which took place more than 10,000 years ago. Out of this event, beautiful natural beauties have developed over time that are well worth a visit.
Be "naturally" inspired:
More than 10,000 years ago, the largest alpine landslide event occurred, sweeping 10,000 million cubic meters of limestone out of the "Flimserstein" into the depths and filling the Rhine. Due to the massive landslide, seven mountain lakes were created: Lake Tuleritg, Lake Cauma, Prau Pulté, Lake Laax (Lag Grond), Lag digl Oberst, Lake Cresta and Lag Tiert.
The fascinating mountain lakes Lag Prau Pulté, Lag Prau Tuleritg, Lake Cauma and Lake Cresta are the landmarks of Flims. Emerald colors and turquoise light up their waters. Incidentally, the Sunstar Hotel Flims is just a five-minute walk from the crystal clear Lake Cauma.
The Martinsloch at 2'600 meters above sea level in the middle of the Tschingelhörner in Flims is probably the most famous rock window in the UNESCO Tectonic Arena Sardona area. The 22 meter high and 19 meter wide triangle has become famous due to a very special event ...
Unique insights into the formation of the Alps: In hardly any other place, the traces of the formation of mountains are as clear as in the region above Flims. For this reason, the tectonic arena Sardona was added to the World Natural Heritage in 2008 by UNESCO together with a 32 800 hectare area.
... the Sunstar Hotel Flims is located just a five-minute walk away from Lake Cauma.
So hop in your bathing suit!