Fresh mountain air, beautiful landscapes, beautiful views and German conviviality? Discover the diverse mountain landscape of southern Germany from one of our holiday homes in the Bavarian Alps, also known as the German Alps. This region, which borders the Austrian Alps, is a wonderful holiday region. Rent a holiday home in the Bavarian Alps for a holiday in the heart of nature, tranquillity and culture.
From a comfortable holiday home, you can enjoy green alpine meadows, crystal clear mountain lakes, rolling hills, rustic farming villages and interesting cities. Spend a holiday in one of our holiday homes in the Bavarian Alps and get to know famous holiday regions such as Allgäu, Garmisch-Partenkirchen (and the Zugspitze), the Chiemgau, and the Berchtesgadener Land, located in the southeastern corner of Bavaria. In the Berchtesgadener Land, you will find the holiday resorts Berchtesgaden, Schönau am Königssee and Bad Reichenhall. The Berchtesgadener Land National Park is also worth a visit when staying in a holiday home in the Bavarian Alps. This park includes the beautiful Königsmeer, the most beautiful lake in Germany, with its landscape reminiscent of the Norwegian fjords.
A holiday home in the German Alps is the ideal starting point for a sporting holiday. You can practice various water sports on the mountain lakes (like the Chiemsee and Köningssee). The nature reserves and national parks are ideal for a variety of sporting and recreational activities such as Nordic walking, horseback riding, paragliding, golf, mountain biking, cycling, climbing and hiking. A network of signposted walking and hiking trails leads through nature, past villages and castles. At some of our holiday homes in the Bavarian Alps, you can even start your hike from the front door!
From a holiday home in the Bavarian Alps you can discover various tourist routes. The Romantic Route ends in the Bavarian Alps, in the town of Füssen, and includes fairytale castle Sloß Neuschwanstein and the beautiful Schwangau, the village of royal castles! One of the oldest routes in Germany is the Alpine route. This 450 km long route stretches from Lindau (on Lake Constance) to Berchtesgaden, and surprises the holidaymaker with changing landscapes; green alpine meadows, forests, rolling hills and steep peaks, with romantic valleys and glistening lakes in between. Discover the beautiful landscapes from a holiday home in the Bavarian Alps, and go exploring!