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Bever is a small and friendly village in the Upper Engadine of Switzerland, located near the St. Moritz town where most of the LGBT action is happening. Bever on the other hand is more suitable for gay partners looking for a romantic gateway as it is an idyllic destination with beautiful scenery.
The village is a real fairytale resort with its poetic view, ideal for winter and summer excursions. The high valley is especially beautiful in spring months when the gardens bloom, transforming the place into a picturesque landscape. Reach high levels of tranquility through the enchanting gardens and the abundance of flowers decorating step railings and balcony balustrades around the town and its old-fashioned windows set deep into thick stone walls.
In winter, the destination is still considered as a romantic due to the the fairytale like village. Either you enjoy your warm time in the hotel while enjoying local delicacies or you take a more adventurous spin by trying winter hikes or Alpine skiing, you will be savouring the most of your vacations with your loved one.
Obviously Bever does not have a well organised gay scene, but the locals will always treat you with respect as long as you behave properly and polite. Visit St. Moritz if you are looking to make acquaintances from Switzerland.
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Bever is a destination suitable for any season as long as you favour looking at beautiful landscapes and flowers.
Visit the Town of St. Moritz if you need a slice of organised gay life. Don't imagine anything big and fancy because it's still a small local community.