The restored buildings of a former monastery sit atop waterfalls near the entrance to Saint Beatus Caves. Saint Beatus of Lungern arrived at the hills above Beatenberg, in what is now Switzerland, sometime in the late 1st century AD. It’s said that in the caves behind the waterfall, he defeated the dragon that lived there and set up his hermitage.
The legend of Beatus isn’t clear on his birthplace. He’s either Scottish or Irish, and probably a pastiche of other, more easily documented saints. In any case, Saint Beatus is now the namesake for both the monastery and the caves.