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?!
The world-famous state capital Salzburg polarises with big names, fantastic events and a UNESCO World Heritage cultural site.
Tennengau is the opposite of exciting city life and boasts customs, culture and a wealth of activities. The Salzachtal Valley and the Lammertal Valley in Tennengau are located in the heart of the Dachstein Mountains, which are well known to hikers, mountain bikers and all winter sport fans. The splendour and history of fortresses and castles like Hohenwerfen Castle, museums like the Salzburg Open-Air Museum or the World of Ice Giants fascinate children as well as adults.
With this action-packed programme one shouldn’t forget the relaxation and slow-down effect of an Almliesl holiday. The Krispl-Gaissau holiday region is an insider tip in the heart of SalzburgerLand and is only 25 kilometres away from the City of Mozart. Almliesl guests enjoy here a holiday surrounded by beautiful green alpine pastures, vast panoramas and the top ski resort Gaissau-Hintersee ski swing.
The Abentau family region in Dachstein West in the Lammertal Valley is a must. Customs and culinary delights are of great importance here in any season. Award-winning Salzburg specialities convince at inns and during celebrations. Alpine Summer, Farmers‘ Autumn and Advent markets keep old customs alive and provide great holiday fun. The Dachstein West winter sports paradise, the Karkogel and the Postalm present over 140 kilometres of pistes.
A perfect first-row seat offers also the landscape in and around Annaberg-Lungötz. The mountains seem especially close here. Dachstein, Gosau Ridge, Bischofsmütze and the Tennen Mountains are your constant companion when out and about in this region. An alternative to the piste when skiing in the Dachstein West ski region is the panorama on 130 kilometres of cross-country ski tracks. The Tennengau mountain world can also be explored on extensive hiking tours.