Holidays in Tyrol
Holiday Homes & Holiday Apartments in Tyrol
Holidays for mountain fans
Imposing glaciers, picturesque side valleys and crystal-clear mountain lakes – a holiday in Tyrol is rich in experiences and natural jewels. Get to know the west of Austria better and rent a holiday home, chalet or holiday apartment at ALPS RESORTS.
Holidays in Tyrol: unique & multifaceted
Tyrol is truly unique. With its many dialects and folk traditions, the third-largest province in Austria has so much to offer, not only culturally. Its landscapes, too, are valued by guests from around the world. The countless peaks, lush green meadows and rustic mountain huts bring joy to the hearts of nature lovers and active holidaymakers alike. The moderate climate makes it possible to spend close-to-nature mountain holidays in Tyrol year-round. Whether sun-skiing in springtime, hiking in summer, cycling in autumn or cross-country skiing in winter – set out from your holiday home or holiday apartment on a journey of discovery.
Active holidays in Tyrol
- Highest mountain: Grossglockner (elev. 3,798 m)
- Ski pistes: over 3,400 km
- Cross-country ski trails: around 4,000 km
- Hiking paths: over 24,000 km
- Bike paths: over 920 km
- Swimming lakes: 35
Holiday Homes & Chalets in Tyrol
Our holiday homes and chalets are the ideal base for summer or winter sporting activities. Our Alpenchalets Biberwier Zugspitze are hugely popular due to their top location right by the valley station for the Marienbergbahn ski area. Boasting a private wellness area with view of the Zugspitz massif, you will be able to unwind during your holidays to your heart’s content. The Dorfresort Kitzbühel in Reith by Kitzbühel also offers cosy and modern accommodation with access to the wellness area. Likewise, an absolute gem: the Bergeralm Chalets in Wipptal. Thanks to the sunny mountainside setting, you will be able to enjoy particularly long days spent inside the Bergeralm Ski & Recreation Arena. Even greater wellbeing is assured courtesy of the Finnish sauna which you will have in your holiday home.
Holiday Apartments in Tyrol
The new Chalet 149 Westendorf in Brixental also leaves no holiday wishes unfulfilled. The resort's exclusive holiday apartments and penthouse suites are located on a sunny high plateau, only a three-minute walk from the Alpenrosenbahn valley station and 15 kilometres from Kitzbühel. Optionally, the flats can be booked with an infrared cabin. At the Zillertal Suites Fügen, luxurious holiday apartments await you in a sunny location, only 850 m from the Spieljochbahn valley station. In addition to the high-quality interior, the wellness area with pool and saunas is a real highlight of the resort.
Delectable Tyrolean foods at your holiday home
The Alpine region is famous for its culinary specialties and palate-pleasing treats. Conveniently, all of our holiday homes, chalets and holiday apartments in Tyrol include a fully equipped kitchen. Perfect, in other words, for cooking up an array of regional dishes. For example, how about some Tiroler Gröstl, Kaspressknödel or Schlutzkrapfen? Don’t despair if the occasional dish doesn’t succeed on the first attempt – the next Tyrolean eatery won’t be far away. Incidentally, while you are out exploring, mountain huts are a great way to recharge your batteries and sample the regional fare at the same time. Add a refreshing glass of elderberry juice or a few hearty gulps of buttermilk, and you will be completely reenergized and ready to continue your hike before you know it.
Fascinating sightseeing destinations in Tyrol
The numerous excursion destinations and sightseeing attractions of Tyrol guarantee constant variety. In the provincial capital Innsbruck, for example, you will encounter urban flair and historical charm. The Golden Roof, the Hofburg, Schloss Ambras, the Alpen Zoo and the Bergisel ski jump are amongst the city’s most popular tourist magnets. Not far from there, we discover Hall in Tirol, whose medieval town center is one of the greatest in Austria. You can also walk in the footsteps of the lords and ladies of yore at Schloss Tratzberg, Kufstein Fortress and the Ehrenberg castle fortifications. The last of these is also well worth a visit because of the Highline179, the world’s longest suspension footbridge. Schwaz silver mine will take you underground, whereas Hexenwasser Söll will lead you up into the hills. An excursion to Swarovski Crystal World is likewise exceptionally rewarding.
Annual Events in Tyrol
Whether sport, music, art or culture – Tyrol has numerous events to offer throughout the year. The legendary Hahnenkamm ski race in Kitzbühel and the Nordic Combined Triple in Seefeld are some of the region’s most famous sporting events. At the Ebbser Koasamarsch (trail running, hiking), the 52 kilometers-long Karwendelmarsch (long-distance hiking) as well as the International Tiroler Koasalauf (cross-country skiing), you are encouraged to cheer on the racers as well as participate yourself. Other event highlights include the Gauder Fest in Zillertal (biggest folk-costume festival in all of Austria), the music festival “Kufstein unlimited” and the Tyrol Festival in Erl.
Our holiday homes & holiday apartments in Tyrol
From the following ALPS RESORTS, choose the perfect holiday home for your timeout in Tyrol.