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East Tyrol

Holiday in East Tyrol

Looking for a holiday home in East Tyrol for the summer? Surrounded by clear mountain lakes, high peaks, spectacular views and sunny green alpine meadows? From our comfortable holiday homes in East Tyrol, you are sure to enjoy the impressive mountain landscapes, the delicious food, and a wide range of sports and leisure activities! The East Tyrol region is separated from Salzburgerland by the Tauern mountains in the north, and the Dolomites in the south of Italy. In the summer months, but also in spring and autumn, this is a beautiful holiday area where you can fully enjoy nature. There is also a lot to do with children in this beautiful part of Austria. Dive into our offer, find your ideal holiday home in East Tyrol, and let the holiday fun begin!

Enough to do from your holiday home in East Tyrol

During your holiday in East Tyrol, you will not be bored for a moment!The capital is Lienz, a charming town with an Italian atmosphere. This atmosphere is not only reflected in the architecture, but also in the cultural and gastronomic field. The many hours of sunshine also give you that Mediterranean feeling. If you want to explore the area, you can cycle along the well-maintained cycle paths, such as the Drauradweg, the Iseltalradweg, or the Glocknerradweg. The real adventurers can make use of the 600 km. of mountain bike trails, through the beautiful mountains. Hikers and mountaineers can also have fun in the vicinity of Lienz. Would you rather take it easy? Shopping and a city walk are also highly recommended.There is a golf course nearby, and south of Lienz you can swim and relax at the Tristachersee. Book your holiday home in East Tyrol now, and enjoy the many possibilities during your holiday!

Visit the Hohe Tauern National Park during your holiday in East Tyrol

Your holiday home in East Tyrol is an ideal starting point to explore the area. The Hohe Tauern National Park, the largest national park in Central Europe (1836 km²), is highly recommended. The park is located in 3 regions: Carinthia, Salzburgerland and East Tyrol, and you will find a spectacular landscape with mountain lakes, waterfalls, a glacier and unique flora and fauna. It is a true summer paradise with many leisure opportunities, such as mountain biking, swimming, fishing, horseback riding, abseiling, climbing, rafting, paragliding, canyoning, and of course an extensive network of hiking trails. Visit the national park from your own holiday home in East Tyrol.

Cycling and hiking in East Tyrol

East Tyrol is the ideal region for an action filled holiday! There's too much to mention here.National Park Hohe Tauern is a must for action-seekers. But you can also cycle along the rivers Drau and Isel!To the south lies the spectacular Drauradweg, a 366-kilometre route that runs partly through East Tyrol along the River Drau and the town of Lienz. On the way, you can stop at villages, a swimming lake or one of the many sights. From Toblach to Völkermarkt, the route is also suitable for children because of the more level parts and quiet roads. Another family-friendly route (light) is the one between Lienz and Katrei, in the Isle Valley. East Tyrol is also a real hiking paradise. For example in the Deffreggendal, Virgendal, Villgratendal, or Hochpusterdal! Experience a sports-filled holiday from a wooden mountain chalet or comfortable holiday home in East Tyrol!

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Holiday in East Tyrol - FAQs

What are the most important places to visit in East Tyrol?

Some of the most important places to visit in East Tyrol are The ruins of Aguntum, Swarovski Crystal Worlds, Assling Deer Park, and Bruck Castle.

Any activity that I must include during my stay in East Tyrol?

Some of the must-do activities in East Tyrol are :

  • Visiting Plush Gardens
  • Exploring Historic Forts
  • Historical City Tour
  • Visiting Parks and Castles
What are the recommended dishes in East Tyrol?

Some of the recommended dishes in East Tyrol are Kasspatzln,Tiroler Grostel, Speckknodel, Zillertaler Krapfen, Hirschfleisch, Marend

When is the ideal time to visit East Tyrol?

The months from April to May and September to October are the best to visit East Tyrol.


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