The Villages Surrounding the City of Salzburg

A Vacation Paradise Adjacent to the Mozart City

Anthering - A Village near Salzburg that is Surrounded by Nature

Anthering - A Village near Salzburg that is Surrounded by Nature

Anthering is ideally located in the foothills of the Haunsberg Mountain just seven kilometers from the Festival City of Salzburg.

Sport and Leisure
Hiking paths run through the local nature preserve, along the meadows of the Salzach River and up the Haunsberg Mountain. Guests will find hiking trails for suited for families, as well as the Tauern and Mozart Trails which pass through the village on its way to the Lake District. Visitors will enjoy the beautiful herb gardens, tennis courts, a playground, beach volleyball courts, a heated open-air swimming pool, as well as numerous running and Nordic-walking trails in and around Anthering. Horse-drawn coach rides are also available. Additionally, the near-by Salzburg Lake Region offers guests a variety of water sports from which to choose.

Culture and Tradition
The Festival City of Salzburg features numerous cultural offerings, including many traditional folk festivals that take place throughout the year.

Gastronomy
Country inns, wine taverns, beer pubs, elegant restaurants, cafes and pubs.

Accommodations
Romantic vacations on a farm, cozy private rooms, comfortable apartments, exceptional 3- and 4- star bed and breakfast inns, and 4-star hotels.

Tourismusverband Anthering
A-5102 Anthering

+43 6223 2279
+43 6223 2135
office@anthering-info.at
www.anthering-info.at

Bergheim – The Village near Salzburg

Bergheim – The Village near Salzburg

Bergheim is located only three kilometers from the gates of the Mozart City. Visitors are pleasantly surprised by this health, leisure, and excursion resort that offers wonderful natural vistas and magnificent scenery.

Attractions
The pilgrimage church of Maria Plain was built between 1671-74 and contains the famous sacred painting of the Holy Mother Mary (Maria Trost). Additional tourist sites include: the pilgrimage trail on the Kavalier Mountain, the parish church of St. George and the Voggenberg nature reserve, home to the Salzburg Observatory

Sport and Leisure
Bergheim offers top-quality biking trails, ten hiking, running and Nordic walking paths, an open air swimming pool and the Bergxi wellness complex. Also available are a skating rink, tennis and squash courts and the Vitarium Spa in the Hotel Gmachl, as well as nine golf courses in the immediate vicinity.

Fairs
The Brandboxx Salzburg/Bergheim (Fashion and Event Center) is the focal point of the fashion sector and is a modern and much sought after event location.

Accommodations
Everything from private rooms and cozy inns to the best-equipped wellness hotel.

Tourismusverband Bergheim
A-5101 Bergheim

+43 662 454505
+43 662 454505-75
info@bergheim-tourismus.at
www.bergheim-tourismus.at

Elixhausen - Tradition and Hospitality

Elixhausen - Tradition and Hospitality

Enjoy a few days of pure enjoyment just three kilometers north of Salzburg in the idyllic village of Elixhausen. Just beyond the gates of Salzburg in the adjoining lake region, guests can enjoy the beautiful Panorama Spa with its stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

Culture and Tradition
On festival days such as Corpus Christ or Thanksgiving, visitors are invited to admire the magnificent garments worn by of one of the oldest “golden Bonnet” groups in Salzburg. In addition to the events found in the Mozart City and at the KUFELIX Center, visitors to Elixhausen can enjoy traditional festivals such as the Maypole Festival, the local parish fair and the Harvest Festival.

Sport and Leisure
Enjoy a wellness vacation, a day-spa, yoga classes, marked Nordic walking, running and biking trails, as well as tennis, golf, free swimming with the local Seeland Card, as well as cross country skiing in the winter. Racing bikes, trekking bikes and E-bikes are available for rent.

Gastronomy
On the Via Culinaria guests can enjoy the award-winning gourmet restaurant GMACHL with its Austrian cuisine, as well as a country butch shop that produces its own sausage and meats.

Accommodations
Guests can chose from a 4-star superior, romantic wellness hotel to private rooms in a farmhouse.

Tourismusverband Elixhausen
Schulweg 9
A-5161 Elixhausen

+43 662 480212
+43 662 480212-72
romantikhotel@gmachl.com
www.elixhausen.at

Elsbethen – Water and Mountains

Elsbethen – Water and Mountains

Just south of the city of Salzburg is the small village of Elsbethen. Located at the foot of the gentle-sloping Gaisberg Mountain, Elsbethen is the idyllic spot to experience nature and culture in unforgettable ways.

Culture and Tradition
The Elsbethen town museum is a place where tradition lives. The museum features an authentic schnapps distillery, a backing oven, a wood turnery, a complete laundry washing station and numerous devices. Handicraft demonstrations are also a part of the museum’s program. Each year the museum hosts an Oktoberfest on the first Sunday in October. Elsbethen also offers marked hiking trails suitable for Nordic walking, biking along the Tauernweg Trail and hiking through the Glasenbach and the Trocken Gorges.

Gastronomy
Seven traditional Austrian inns, an Italian/Mexican restaurant, a pizzeria, pub, bistro and cafe.

Accommodations
Country inns located in the valley and on the mountain, as well as vacation rentals.

Tourismusverband Elsbethen
Vorderfager 6a
A-5061 Elsbethen

+43 662 629165
+43 662 621733
info@elsbethen.net
www.elsbethen.info

Eugendorf - The Gateway to Salzburg

Eugendorf - The Gateway to Salzburg

Eugendorf is located directly next to the highway exit Wallersee-Eugendorf and is an ideal starting point for excursions and day-trips to the nearby Salzburg Lake District.

Sport and Leisure
Eugendorf boasts 15 golf courses in the immediate vicinity, as well as bike tours for families and street racers. Additionally, guests will find hiking and running paths, horseback riding, several lakes suited for bathing, bowling alleys, cross country ski trails and the Eugendorf ski lift. Easy access to various ski regions and to several thermal and wellness oases make Eugendorf perfect for those seeking an active vacation.

Culture
Eugendorf is perfect for enjoying the culture and attractions of the Mozart City and the magnificent Lake District.

Gastronomy
Eugendorf’s nine innkeepers have created the Kulinarium Eugendorf program designed to provide guests with an unforgettable culinary experience.

Accommodations
Eugendorf offers all varieties of accommodations from seminar-, golf-, biking- and wellness hotels, to cozy private rooms.

Tourismusverband Eugendorf
Salzburgerstrasse 7
A-5301 Eugendorf

+43 6225 8424
+43 6225 7773
info@eugendorf.com 
www.eugendorf.com

Großgmain – Pure Nature & Culture

Großgmain – Pure Nature & Culture

Located in the heart of the Vacation Triangle (Salzburg – Bad Reichenhall – Berchtesgaden), Großgmain is close to city of Salzburg and directly on the border with Bavaria.

Culture and Tradition
One of the oldest pilgrimage churches along the St. Jakobsweg Trail is the pilgrimage church of the Virgin Mary in Großgmain. Großgmain is also home to the Salzburg Open Air Museum with its 100 original historic constructions related to agriculture, handicrafts, textiles and industry. The Plainburg fortress, the ancestral home of the Margraves of Plain and symbol of the village, is one of the oldest fortress ruins in Austria. From its ruins, visitors can enjoy a stunning view of Großgmain and of the surrounding mountains.

Sport and Leisure
Come and experience Großgmain for yourself! Enjoy the natural beauty in and around Großgmain which is ideal for hiking, Nordic walking or biking. The area around the Untersberg Mountain was the first region to be declared a nature reserve. Visitors are invited to have a little fun along the Forest-Quiz Trail!

Gastronomy
Enjoy the rich variety of Austrian cuisine, including both hot and cold dishes, outstanding wines, light snacks and legendary desserts. Großgmain’s chefs cordially invite you to take a culinary tour of their beautiful village.

Accommodations
Großgmain offers every category of accommodations from cozy rooms in a farmhouse to meticulously maintained 3-star hotels.

Tourismusverband Großgmain
Salzburger Straße 250
A-5084 Großgmain

+43 6247 8278
+43 6247 8278-4
mail@grossgmain.info
www.grossgmain.info

Grödig – At the Foot of the Untersberg Mountain

Grödig – At the Foot of the Untersberg Mountain

Grödig is well-known for tradition and hospitality! Located just eight kilometers from the center of Salzburg and 14 kilometers from Berchtesgaden, Grödig is easily reached from the Salzburg-Süd highway exit.

Sport and Leisure
Visitors can reach the summit of the Untersberg (1,850 meters) by foot in three to four hours, or by cable car if they wish. From atop the mountain, guests can enjoy the magnificent panorama, the mountain-top hiking trails and the Alpine shelter huts which serve food. From the summit visitors can also reach a series of ice caves in about two hours. Grödig has over 30 kilometers of marked paths for hiking and biking, local bike rental, Nordic walking trails (flat and with an incline) and guided tours. Additionally, visitors can visit the shooting range in nearby Halle, attempt the large tree-top rope course or take in 9-holes at the golf course in Rif. Other options include a swim in Lake Anif, a visit to the Radio Museum in Grödig or to the Untersberg Museum in Fürstenbrunn with its marble mill. During the winter, guests can the ski the many trails on the Untersberg. The Christmas Market in St. Leonhard with its many scheduled every weekend during the Advent season is also very popular.

Gastronomy
Grödig’s chefs are well-known for their regional and diverse offerings. Culinary venues in Grödig range from cozy inns to specialty restaurants and cafes.

Accommodations
Grödig offers accommodations ranging from 4-star-hotels, bed and breakfast inns and small hotels, to farmhouses and private rooms.

Tourismusverband Grödig
A-5083 Grödig

+43 6246 73570
+43 6246 74795
info@groedig.net
www.groedig.net

Hallwang – Between the City of Salzburg and the Lake District

Hallwang – Between the City of Salzburg and the Lake District

Located only five kilometers from Salzburg, the small village of Hallwang is known for its rural charm and for the many choices it offers guests.

Culture and Tradition
Guests are drawn to Hallwang because of its proximity to the Festival City of Salzburg and because of Hallwang’s many seasonal festivals like the traditional Waldfest, or Forrest Festival.

Sport and Leisure
Visitors can enjoy biking along the Ischlerbahnstrasse Trail, hiking on the Dax Lueg or along the Fischach River.

Gastronomy
Hallwang offers an assortment of restaurants ranging from typical village locales to outdoor restaurants and first-class inns, each offering regional products. Hallwang also has cafes, a pizzeria, a wine tavern, trendy night spots and a Biergarten.

Accommodations
Accommodations are available in every category from rooms in a farmhouse to multi-star hotels.

Gemeindeamt Hallwang
A-5300 Hallwang

+43 662 661962
+43 662 661962-16
office@hallwang.salzburg.at
www.hallwang.salzburg.at

Wals-Siezenheim – Where Salzburg Feels at Home

Wals-Siezenheim – Where Salzburg Feels at Home

Wals-Siezenheim is located about six kilometers west of Salzburg – the Mozart City, and can be reached from the Salzburg-West/Wals-Lofer and Kleßheim highway exits.

Tourist Attractions
The Kleßheim Palace was built in the baroque- style between 1700 and 1709 by Fischer von Erlach. Today it houses a casino. Other local sites well worth a visit include the legendary Walserfeld pear tree and the memorial commemorating the 1800 Battle of Walserfeld.

Sport and Leisure
Wals-Siezenheim offers guests marked hiking trails along the Saalach River and the Goiser Marsh. Also located in Wals-Siezenheim are a variety of trails along the base of the fabled Untersberg Mountain, the Tauern Bike Trail, the Bachschmied Museum and Culture Center, and the Salzburg Designer Outlet with approximately 100 shops featuring more than 100 designer labels.

Gastronomy
Local dining choices include: inns featuring local cuisine; Italian, Chinese, Mexican and Japanese restaurants; coffee houses; wine taverns; bars; dance clubs; a casino in the Kleßheim Palace, the Entertainment Center and the Cineplexx movie theaters.

Accommodations
Range from 4-star hotels to vacation rentals in farmhouses.

Tourismusverein Wals-Siezenheim
A-5071 Wals-Siezenheim

+43 662 851067
+43 662 854747
info@wals-siezenheim.com 
www.wals-siezenheim.com