Salzburger Land

Holidays in
the Salzburger Land

From the gentle foothills of the Salzburg Alps to the fourth highest mountain in Austria, the Großvenediger, the province of Salzburg offers different but always charming landscapes. In the south and southeast is characterized by the imposing peaks of the Hohe Tauern mountains. This is where your holiday adventure begins right on your doorstep. Whether you come to ski in the “most casual ski area in the Alps” – Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn – or prefer to spend your summer holidays in the mountains: a holiday in Salzburger Land is always an experience. With the skis you explore the huge ski area, in the hiking boots you leave everyday life behind you step by step, while you seek a new adrenaline rush on the mountain bike. Always near you: a property by VAYA- as your personal home base.


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"The Salzburger Land is the heart of the heart of Europe."

Hugo von Hofmannsthal

Between mountains
and lakes

Do you dream of wide slopes, varied ski safaris and culinary experiences even at the ski hut? Then a ski holiday in Salzburger Land is just the right thing for you. The Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn ski area offers you endless fun on the slopes with just one ticket thanks to its merger with the ski area of Zell am See – Kaprun. In Fieberbrunn, freeriders experience the finest powder snow experiences away from the groomed slopes, while cross-country skiing fans appreciate the extensive network of trails and winter hikers discover the quieter side of the snow-covered winter landscape. Thanks to the Kitzsteinhorn glacier ski area, the ski season in Salzburger Land lasts from the end of October to mid-may.

When the snow gives way to the lush green of the alpine meadows, you should lace up your hiking boots. After all, between the Hohe Tauern and the Pinzgau Grass Mountains, more than 7,200 kilometers of marked hiking trails are waiting to be discovered. In addition, the Salzburger Land is considered a paradise for mountain bike enthusiasts. Epic nature trails are available as well as tricky bike parks. If you prefer to swing your clubs and hike on fairways, you can do so in one of 19 golf clubs – 14 of which are partner clubs of Golf Alpine. In addition to the popular Lake Zell, numerous mountain lakes offer you refreshing cooling off in summer.

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Excursion destinations in the Salzburger Land

In Salzburger Land you will find excursion trips for every taste, for young and old. In just two hours by car, you can reach pretty much every point in the state. A visit to Salzburg’s old town and Mozart’s birthplace is just as worthwhile as a drive along the spectacular 48-kilometre-long Grossglockner High Alpine Road. Impressive castles and palaces still bear witness to Salzburg’s former wealth, while the National Park Centre in Mittersill is the ideal starting point for exploring the Hohe Tauern National Park.