Luff ( [ lu ː vən ]? / I, and German until 1943 officially Luvis ) was until December 31, 2013, municipality in the district Ilanz in the district Surselva the canton of Graubünden in Switzerland. On 1 January 2014 merged with luffing the former municipalities Castrisch, Duvin, Ilanz, Ladir, Pigniu, Pitasch, Riein, Rueun, Ruschein, Schnaus, Sevgein, Siat the new community Ilanz / Glion.

Coat of arms

The Bible from the church seal commemorates the crossing of the church to the Protestant faith.


The municipality is located on the northeastern slope of the Piz Mundaun 2 km southwest of Ilanz. Of the total municipal area of ​​683 ha 345 ha is arable. More 293 hectares are covered by forest and woodland; 31 ha settlement area and the remaining 14 ha of unproductive area. Luff bordered to December 31, 2013 Ilanz, Sevgein, Cumbel, Morissen and Mundaun.

A few hundred meters before the Porclas Cumbel stands above the road at the municipal and county borders a 160 centimeter high landmark from 1715 on the Lugnez side of the holy Mauritius is shown and the inscription. JOHAN HEINRICH OF MONT PRESENT LANDTAMEN IN LONG POWER HAS THIS MARGSTEIN READ MAKE OUT oF A MOOSE BEF WOLWISEN RATHS DESSELBSTEN 1715. Downhill wears the stone Ilanzer the coat of arms. As Landammann the Gruob Piter Antoni Castell St. Nazaro is called.

Below luff is the ruins of the castle Castelberg.


Of the 204 residents of 201 Swiss nationals were ( end of 2004). The majority of the population speaks Sursilvan and is reformed.


Monumental is the Protestant church. On the Luvener municipality is the highest spruce Switzerland, the Panera.