natural monument Seewis im Prättigau


Narzissenfelder vor dem Schesaplanamassiv
Wilde Bergnarzissen sind eine Augenweide

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Narzissenfeld ob Seewis
Zwischen Mitte Mai und Mitte Juni erblühen auf den Wiesen und Weiden in Seewis und Fanas im Prättigau, Hundertausende von Bergnarzissen. Auf einer Fläche von über 100 Hektaren leuchten die duftenden weissen Narzissen-Felder mit den letzten Schneeflecken am Schesaplanamassiv um die Wette.


The daffodil fields in Seewis are located above the village – the first daffodil fields (1300 m.M above sea level) can be reached after a walk of about 3/4 hour. The majority of the tour leads over paved, low-traffic agricultural and forest roads. Here you will find more details about the Daffodil Circular Hike in Seewis.

The mountain daffodil or poet's daffodil, originally comes from the Mediterranean. The Seewiser affectionately refer to "their" flower as "Gapiescha", "Geissblüemli" or "Muntblüemli". How the poet's daffodil found its way to Prättigau remains its secret. Why it has fascinated us humans for centuries is perhaps explained by the meaning of the term "daffodil": this comes from the Greek and stands for "anesthesia" or "anesthesia".


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