The village lies at the feet of the Péz Sezner.
The village centre consists of old houses and stables. Many of these old stables are empty because the new farms were built outside the village. The Casa Casanova (also known as 'Casa Alva') radiates a certain aristocratic aura in the rural village and was built in 1779.
The former schoolhouse has been converted into a Warehouse Sentupada. The renowned Grisons architect Gion A. Caminada from Vrin expanded the existing infrastructure and adapted it to the new purpose.
In good snow conditions, a ski slope leads from Péz Sezner directly to Vignogn. With the free ski bus, you can easily travel back to the Vella cable car. A wonderful experience is the hike to Patiarm and the subsequent sleigh ride back to the village.