Where could it be more beautiful than in the Almliesl regions?

What comes immediately to your mind when you think of your holiday in the mountains?

Of course: vast fields, fragrant alpine meadows, babbling mountain brooks - the ringing of the cows‘ bells, the humming of the bees or the ice-cold water on the skin after a bold dive into the refreshing waters of the crystal-clear mountain lakes. In winter, you immediately think of a crackling fireplace in a quaint living room or the crunching of the snow beneath the skis when you return from your sunrise tour via the freshly groomed piste directly to the door of your hut where freshly brewed breakfast coffee is already waiting for you. The Almliesl regions, from the SalzburgerLand to Tyrol, Carinthia, Styria, East Tyrol and South Tyrol, all feature paradisaical characteristics - each with its very own special holiday highlights. From Austria’s highest mountain, historic towns, castles and fortresses to fantastic landscapes and unique panoramas - your Almliesl holiday comes with the perfect holiday accommodation in the most beautiful regions of the Alps.

Regions in Austria and Italy

Carinthia

Österreich

Mountains everywhere; from mighty three thousand metres high mountains to the gentle Nocken with summits from where you can enjoy the view. This is Carinthia, Austria’s most southern federal state. Inviting to refreshment after a summit victory, here you find the most swimming and mountain lakes in Austria.

Skiing and hiking are the main activities in the mountains here. The valley is dominated by water - thermal spas, aqua fun and wellness are on the agenda.

Lavanttal

Österreich

The Lavanttal Valley in the east of Carinthia is especially attractive. The alpine pastures turn into bright red carpets when the alpine roses blossom and the fragrance of thousands of fruit trees invite to stop and stay a while.

The Lieser and Maltatal Valley is Carinthia’s family valley. Why? Because fun, games and adventures in nature are at centre stage here and the kids call the shots.

With 1.856 square kilometres, this is the largest national park in the Alps, boasting a unique and authentic natural and cultural landscape.

Nockberge

Österreich

Holidaying like Heidi on the Alm. The region around the “Nock‘n“ formations is the perfect holiday destination for families and everyone who prefers a ”gentle“ ascent.

Salzburg

Österreich

The heart of Austria is dominated by the Grossglockner, Austria’s highest mountain, and by over 600 crystal-clear lakes. The Salzburger Land awaits with a with range of leisure and sports activities, a fascinating mountain world and snow-reliable ski resorts.

The villages of Lofer, Unken, St. Martin and Weißbach in the Salzburg Saalachtal Valley, in the heart of the Pinzgau, are surrounded by ravines, gorges and roaring water.

Gastein

Österreich

The Gasteinertal Valley stands for sport, rest and relaxation all year round. However, the connection directly from the piste into the thermal spa is something very special.

Großarl

Österreich

Mountain holidays in the Großarltal Valley. Whether spring awakening, alpine pasture summer, farmers‘ autumn or fairy tale skiing holiday - the “Valley of the Alpine Pastures“ invites 365 days a year.

Hochkönig

Österreich

Hochkönig region - reside like a mountain king, overseeing everything between the majestic peaks of the Hochkönig Massif. The villages of Maria Alm, Dienten and Mühlbach are located here.

With 1.856 square kilometres, this is the largest national park in the Alps, boasting a unique and authentic natural and cultural landscape.

Everyone knows the giants of the “coolest“ region in the Alps: Saalbach, Hinterglemm and Leogang - best friends in summer and winter and connected by the lift facilities which dominate the Pinzgau.

The UNESCO-awarded Lungau, Austria’s sunniest holiday region, guarantees its guests a holiday of special value, experiences and adventures.

7 holiday destinations are part of the Salzburger Sportwelt. They are characterised by a fantastic mountain landscape between Dachstein and Tauern and are known as real Nature and Activity Eldorado.

The diversity of the holiday destinations in Tennengau is incomparable! From historic Celtic culture, salt mines to the child prodigy Mozart, celebrated customs; and all that in the middle of the impressive Dachstein mountain world. What more do you want?!

Mountains - Glacier - Lake, and this 365 days a year. Wonderful towns, idyllic villages and many sights and attractions. This is how the Zell am See region describes itself in a nutshell.

Styria

Österreich

“Fresh, juicy, Styrian“ is the famous advertising slogan which describes Styria in a nutshell. Famous for its high-quality pumpkin seed oil, apples and Austrian wine, the land is just as fascinating and sophisticated.

A “green“ thread meanders through the quaint Murtal Valley - the river Mur. From the gentle lake valleys and the Seckau Alps to the rugged peaks of the Tauern, holidaymakers can expect a wide range of experiences here.

Tyrol

Österreich

Authentic, traditional, solid, majestic and nature are the first keywords that come to mind when you think of Tyrol. But there is more to Tyrol! World-famous for sports and high society, yeti and Ötzi, delight and activity are at centre stage here. Apart from the hustle and bustle and old town flair, Tyrol’s mountain world is open in summer and winter for everyone who wants to reach dizzy heights.

The villages of Lofer, Unken, St. Martin and Weißbach in the Salzburg Saalachtal Valley, in the heart of the Pinzgau, are surrounded by ravines, gorges and roaring water.

Kaiserwinkl

Österreich

Easily and quickly reached because the border to Bavaria is only a few kilometres away. Summer or winter holidays in one of Tyrol’s most beautiful regions.

The Kitzbühel Alps stretch from the Zillertal Valley in the west to Lake Zell in the east. The holiday region includes around 20 charming and well-known destinations like Kitzbühel, Brixen, Westendorf, St. Johann in Tirol or Wörgl.

With 1.856 square kilometres, this is the largest national park in the Alps, boasting a unique and authentic natural and cultural landscape.

In the heart of Tyrol, located on a plateau, is Olympiaregion Seefeld. As member of  “Best of the Alps“ association, this region offers holidays of the highest standards.

Everyone knows the giants of the “coolest“ region in the Alps: Saalbach, Hinterglemm and Leogang - best friends in summer and winter and connected by the lift facilities which dominate the Pinzgau.

South Tyrol is special. A melting pot of cultures and contrasts. Germans, Italians and Ladinians live side by side and together here. The landscape with Mediterranean influences contributes to the “La Dolce Vita“ lifestyle. Distinctive Alps, the massive Dolomites between lakes, orchards and vineyards. A Mecca between limestone giants and alpine pastures especially for mountain sport fans.

Eisacktal

Italien

The Eisack Valley is one of the main valleys in South Tyrol. Mediterranean and Nordic cultural influences have come together here for thousands of years.

Pustertal

Italien

Situated in the east of South Tyrol, the Pustertal Valley stretches along the river Rienz from the east to the west between Brixen and Lienz. Most of the valley is in South Tyrol, but a smaller section is in Austria’s East Tyrol.

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