General informationEmbedded in the picturesque landscape of the Alps, at the gates
of Salzburg, the city of Mozart, lies one of the gems of the province
of Salzburg; the market town of Golling. Unspoilt natural surroundings, a rich diversity of cultural inspiration, exciting leisure programmes, a wide range of sporting activities and top class restaurants provide something for those seeking to unwind and soak in some culture!
St. Johann im Pongau is a community in the south of Salzburg province. It is the capital of the county of Pongau and well-known in Austria as a place ideal for hiking or skiing holidays. St. Johann is situated in the Salzachtal, the main valley of Salzburg, which makes it easily accessible - a clear selling point for the local tourism mafia, which needs to exploit this fact to compensate for not overly well-developed tourism facilities.
Filzmoos is n the heart of the Salzburger Land, right in the centre of the largest ski area in Austria. Surrounded by fairy-tale winter landscapes, you'll have an incredible view of the trademark of Filzmoos, the Bischofsmütze. The highest and most spectacular mountain in Gosaukamm is particularly popular amongst climbers. The resort has a great infrastructure and offers a diverse leisure programme in addition to the pistes: whether curling, snow-tubing, snow-bike riding, or tobogganing, there's something for everyone. Especially families value the quiet resort with it's manageable ski area, where you will seldom find queues at the lifts.
At an altitude of 920 m in the heart of Salzburger Land, lies Flachau, where the pistes are already drenched in sun in the early morning hours. The home of world champions Hermann Maier (skiing) and Manuela Riegler (snowboarding) is not just the venue for the alpine ski world cup, but a great destination for those active during the day and night too! The resort offers a comprehensive tourism infrastructure and the "Gemütlichkeit" of a typical mountain village. During the day you can kill time shopping, sunbathing on the sun terraces or by taking part in any of the countless sports activities such as tennis or tobogganing. Evenings you can head off to the clubs, bars and numerous ski lodges for a good time until the wee hours. "Snow Space Flachau" was even chosen as the world's most innovative winter tourism concepts!
Abtenau is the tranquil, chief city of Lammertals in Salzburger Land and lies at an altitude of 712 m, approx. 60 km south of Salzburg. In summer as well as winter Abtenau has a small village, cosy feeling, which is especially welcomed by families. This is also home to two-time champion and World Cup overall winner Alexandra Meissnitzer and the world champion David Zwilling. The illuminating winter toboggan run offers 3.2 km of tobogganing enjoyment. Also worth a visit is the ice skating rink at the sports centre in Abtenau.
Salzburg (population 150,000 in 2006) is the fourth largest city in Austria, the capital of the federal state of Salzburg.
Old Town (Altstadt) in Salzburg, the famous baroque architecture in the world, has one of the best centers in the world kept germanica. Current Baroque town dating from the seventeenth century, when the archbishops Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau, Markus von Hohenems and Paris Sittikus Lodron ahitectura they are implementing the concept of Wolf Dietrich.
Outside the old, renovated sensitive today, the city of Salzburg offers a modern part.
General informationAt an altitude of 856 m and with 4900 inhabitants, Radstadt is located in the heart of the 'Sportwelt Amadé' region.
A particular attraction here is the 'Knödel' (dumpling) festival, held on the 'Schernberg' street in the centre of Radstadt, already for the 19th time. During the festival, the hosts of the street lay out a 200 m long table on which they offer different varieties of 'knödel' with the following flavours: Speck (bacon), Selchfleisch (smoked meat), Leber (liver), Zwetschke (plum), Marille (apricot), Germ (yeast), and even ice cream and marzipan knödel! Alongside these delicacies, there are 3 stages with a colourful musical program with drinking, folk music and jazz - and entrance is free! Things heat up in the early evening when the 'Knödelfest goes pop' - with a guest appearance from top bands.
General informationThe Obertauern/Untertauern region lies 1750 m above sea level and has 503 inhabitants.
In the region's countryside, you can see unique rock formations, wonderful forests and the only known breeding place of the blue robin.
Ski resort St. Michael in Lungau is one of the smaller resorts in Austria and has direct access to 80km of ski slopes, served by 15 cableways. Cable cars can carry up to 19,000 people per hour. At an altitude of 2.000m, the snow is generally assured throughout the season.
General informationWerfenweng with its 820 inhabitants lies 900 m above sea level at the south side of the Tennengebirge.
General information856 m above sea level
Location: in the mountains, near a ski area
Zauchensee is a district of the Austrian city of Altenmarkt im Pongau, located in the state of Salzburg. Zauchensee is known for its ski resort and as a location for the World Ski Cup.
General informationFuschl am See, with 1323 inhabitants, is a pretty village in the 'Salzburger Land' region, and lies 670 m above sea level, directly on the coast of the Fuschl lake. The Fuschl lake is certainly one of the nicest lakes in the 'Salzkammergut' area and due to its location close to Salzburg, Fuschl is an ideal starting point for excursions to 'Mozart's city'.
Goldegg in summerGoldegg offers you unforgettable holidays! All is here, all is near: 18-hole-golf-court, moor-lake 'Goldegger lake' for swimming and fishing, 'Böndlsee' for swimming, 2 tennis-courts, indoor-tennis-court, children-playgrounds, children-program from june to september, aprox. 100 km hiking-routes (at the 'Salzburger Sonnenterrasse'), hiking-tours by the hiking-bus, mountain-bike-routs, mountain-bike rent, cure-are at the hotel 'Zur Post', castle Goldegg with ist concerts and extensions.
Altenmarkt is situated amongst picturesque surroundings in the Salzburger Sportwelt, at an altitude of 842 m. Several churches and chapels enhance the resort's impressive scenery. Many times Altenmarkt was a host to various winter sports events such as e.g. the Freestyle World Cup and World Cup events in downhill skiing. You can access the divine via the interconnected ski area Radstadt-Altenmarkt.
After an eventful day on the piste in a magnificent ski area, you can take part in a mix of leisure activities. Keen shoppers will have a blast as there are many shops and boutiques here, due to the good infrastructure. Sports fans can test out the toboggan runs in the surrounding area or be wowed by the idyllic landscape whilst taking a long walk. Those looking for a quieter time can round off the day in a cosy mountain lodge.
The romantically situated mountain village of Königsleiten is not a part of Tirol, as Gerlos and Zell are, but rather a part of Salzburger Land. At 1,600 m, Königsleiten is the highest village in the Ziller Valley Arena, and provides especially quick entrance to the ski area. Fun pistes, après ski and cosy mountain lodges make this village especially appealing. Those simply seeking a bit of relaxation will not feel left out. Because whether partying in one of the bars or indulging in the culinary pleasures of the many restaurants, or relaxing in the spa’s indoor pool, the available leisure activities are diverse and fun with something for everyone!
The very original mountain village Mühlbach am Hochkönig is situated on 860 m in the heart of the Salzburger Land. Enjoy a wonderful holiday and collect new strength for your every day life at the foot of Hochkönig. A total of 120 km of broad and perfectly prepared pistes as well as a broad offer of leisure time activities aside from the pistes make Mühlbach an incredily multi-faceted holiday region.
Two cultural highlights are the Buwi-Bradl-memorial, reminicent of the Mühlbach ski jumper Joseph Brandl who was the first person to fly over 100 m, and the "Florale Bergschuh" (floral sculpture in the form of a mountain boot) on an altitude of 1,400 m at Dientner Sattel, which is known as the biggest in all of Europe.
Wagrain is located in the heart of the Salzburger Land, at an altitude of 850 m. Even though it's a relatively large and lively resort, it has still maintained a "gemütlich", village feel. Due to its situation at the Flachau/Wagrain ski link, there is a perfect connection to the ski area! Alongside its notable apres ski offering, there are numerous facilities and events for families and children, e.g. the "Wasserwelt Amadé" pool complex. Furthermore, the resort has great ski schools, Internet café, restaurants, sports stores and diverse sports and leisure facilities. Days full of activity are guaranteed in Wagrain - just go on holiday!
General informationStrobl, at an altitude of 542 m, with its 3200 inhabitants lies on the east coast of Lake Wolfgang, and is also close to a skiing area. Nestled in the Lake Wolfgang valley, the area exudes tranquility and cosiness. Strobl is also an ideal starting point for excursions into the Salzkammergut region. You will be amazed by the inspiring Postalm, Zwölferhorn, Schafberg, and Katrinalm mountains.
General InformationAnnaberg is located on 777m above sealevel and has 2500 inhabitants. It offers sports and recreation in a beautiful alpine environment. The charming and picturesque village welcomes families. Situated near Salzburg and the Salzkammergut it is an ideal point of departure for various excursions.
Katschberg ski resort is situated on the border provinces and Sazburg Karnten between two mountains: Katschberg with an elevation of 2,020 m and an altitude of 2,220 Aineck m. Katschberg is a well developed tourist center and very popular due to the 66 km of slopes excellent and very well maintained.
Hof in summerAll is near, all is here! Taking the sun and swimming in the beautiful lakes of the Salzkammergut, sport on and in the water, golf, hiking-tours and only 13 km away from the famous Mozartstadt Salzburg.
Dorfgastein is a town in the district of St. Johann im Pongau in the state of Salzburg, Austria. Dorfgastein resort is part of the Gastein ski area and has access to 38 individual pistes.
General informationSt. Gilgen, at an altitude of 542 m and with 3706 inhabitants, is situated in the mountains by a lake.
Discover yourself - sport, nature, culture - the variety by Lake St. Wolfgang will make the hearts of all holidaymakers beat a little bit faster.
General informationAt 1014 m above sea level and with 739 inhabitants, Kleinarl is situated in the mountains by a river and a skiing area. The picturesque village - in the middle of the Salzburger mountain region - is an inviting area to walk and to stay.
In Kleinarl, walking, horse-riding, biking and mountain climbing - on the edge of the 'Hohe Tauern' national park - are all possible, as well as loads of fun for the children, and all this can be enjoyed amidst tranquil surroundings. Despite its high-altitude location, Kleinarl is only a few minutes from the motorway, 70 km south of Salzburg.
Kleinarl offers everything to its guests, - whether young or old, families or singles, - in addition to walks and mountain tours there is a great number of other possibilities, so you can arrange your holiday exactly as the mood takes you.
Anif in summerClean water and lakes in drinking quality are waiting for you. Hiking, swimming, biking, etc. will be offered in Anif. Make a walk through the castle and the old town of Salzburg and enjoy also the cultural entertainment.
Abersee is a name given to the a western end of the Wolfgangsee, a lake in Austria that lies mostly within the state of Salzburg and which is one of the best known lakes in the Salzkammergut resort region. The name ia also associated with the south-western part of the municipality of St. Gilgen.
Lammer Valley and its side valleys, is, next to Salzburg-Hallein basin, one of the two main towns Tennengau (Hallein district) in the province of Salzburg. It lies between the Tennen Mountains, Dachstein massif and Osterhorngruppe.
The municipality is located between the city of Salzburg in the east and the Austrian border with Germany in the west. It was established in 1948 by the merger of Wals and Siezenheim, after parts of its territories had been incorporated into the Salzburg city limits.
The cosy resort Werfen is at an altitude of 540 m. With its cafés and rustic bars, the atmosphere is delightful. A visit to the fortress Hohenwerden, situated atop a 113 m high outcrop and providing splendid views of the surrounding mountain landscape is a must. Another highlight is the Giant Ice World Werfen - the largest ice cave in the world, and a unique natural display of ice and rock. Set apart from the hustle and bustle, you can leave all your troubles behind and fully relax. On a pleasant stroll or perhaps a horse-drawn sleigh ride, forget about the stress of every-day life and enjoy your winter holiday to the fullest. The ''Mozart City'' of Salzburg, just 40 km away, makes a great day-trip where you can stroll through the beautiful city.
General informationFostau is a so called 'high valley' - located 930 m above sea level in the region 'Ski Amadé'. A small town between the cities Radstadt and Schladming. Escape from dullness - and expire varieties of landscape and the hospitality of local people. Winter and summer offer plenty ways of leisure feeling. Choose from a wide range of sports and activities.
Right in the heart of the Salzburger Pongau, located between Bischofshofen and Radstadt, lies the charming village of Hüttau-Niedernfritz, with appox. 1,600 inhabitants. The cosy pensions and quaint hotels, as well as a the traditional inns, welcome all winter guests who come here for a winter holiday experience. The wonderful mountain panorama and the quiet, yet central location of the resort area a perfect basis for any type of holiday. Further, it is perfectly connected to the general infrastructure and therefore is an ideal access point to explore the Salzburger Land for all Alpine winter sports fans, as well as winter hikers. Famous tourist attractions, such as the "Eisriesenwelt" ice cave, the Salzkammergut, the Lichtensteinklamm gorge or the beautiful home town of Mozart - Salzburg - are easily accessible from Hüttau. This romantic location at 709 m altitude is each approx. 20 minutes by car from the local capital St. Johann im Pongau and from the great family ski area Werfenweng. The great Salzburger Sportwelt is even only 15 minutes drive away, via the Tauernautobahn. Approx. 240 km of piste await you there and leave no wishes unfulfilled.