The holiday resort of Disentis, or Mustér as it is called in Romansch, lies at an altitude of 1,130m above sea level. The most famous attraction in Disentis is its Benedictine monastery, founded in the year 720.
Nestled amidst the alpine landscape of the upper Surselva Valley on the Upper Rhine, the village offers all manner of outdoors activities throughout the year. Village life is shaped by Romansch culture, with warm hospitality on offer in the hotels and ustarias (restaurants). Disentis also has many culinary delights to offer. The local speciality of Capuns Sursivans (Swiss chard rolls) is an absolute must-try for visitors.