At the entrance of Vallunga you can find a charming, small chapel, consecrated to Saint Silvester, patron saint of the cattle. The chapel is located in a very idyllic spot, remote from the town center. During restoration works in 1993, interesting frescoes were discovered, which were painted 300 years ago. You can easily reach the chapel starting from the car park of Vallunga within in a few minutes of walk. You may also choose to visit the chapel while hiking to Pra da Ri, a meadow at the high end of the valley in the natural park. The chapel is located on the path.
Another interesting spot to be visited in Vallunga is that of the ruins of Castle Wolkenstein. The castle once belonged to the Tyrolean noble family of the Wolkensteins and was built in the 13th century. It once served as a summer and hunting residence for the family of the famous medieval poet Oswald von Wolkenstein. Today only the south wall and the atrium are preserved.