Zell am See is a traditional and picturesque town located on the Zeller See at an altitude of 757 metres. It has been a popular holiday destination from time immemorial and, since 1961, has also been an (outdoor) health resort. Stay in a ski chalet in Zell am See and enjoy all the charm, après-ski fun, picturesque shopping streets (there is also a popular and delightful Christmas market on the town square around Christmastime), restaurants, pubs and nightlife. You can choose from more than 100 restaurants and more than 30 pubs, bars and clubs. Looking for relaxation for both body and mind? The Swimming and Leisure Centre in Zell am See has everything under one roof: indoor swimming pool, sauna, baby and children's sauna, Aqua-fit, skating rink and skittle alley. Some of the hotels also have a wellness centre. Alternatively, you can visit Kaprun, where a brand-new wellness centre opened in November 2010, the Tauern Spa Kaprun-Zell am See. Here you can enjoy a Water World, Sauna World, Children’s Spa and various beauty treatments and massages. After a day or evening of wellness activities, you’re sure to sleep like a baby in the comfort of your own chalet in Zell am See! The frozen Zeller See (4.5 km2) is perfect for skating fun, from ice skating and curling to ice hockey and kite surfing - and all of it in a beautiful natural setting! If the lake is not frozen enough due to high outdoor temperatures, you can always go skating at the indoor skating rink. Enjoy a wide range of wintertime activities while staying at a chalet or apartment in Zell am See!
Make your stay in Zell am See a comfortable one by staying at one of our numerous accommodations. Belvilla gives you the choice between luxury modern apartments, simple but quality holiday homes and detached holiday homes in Zell am See. For those spending their winter holiday with a group of friends or family, we also offer a detached 20-person group home and a luxury 14-person ski chalet with billiard table and sauna! Once you settle in, the winter sports fun can begin!
Zell am See and Kaprun both fall under the Europe Sports Region (Kitzsteinhorn, Maiskogel and Schmittenhöhe), together offering 138 kilometres of slopes. But you’ll find plenty to see and do in Zell am See and the Schmittenhöhe area (altitudes up to 2,000 m). Here you will find a varied skiing region, with 77 km of slopes (25 km of blue, 27 km of red and 25 km of black category), a fun park (Rome Park Schmitten) and a 2 km ‘high-altitude’ track. For the kids, there is a Kinderland and day care centre, and both young and old are sure to enjoy the (illuminated) toboggan run. The beautiful landscape surrounding Zell am See and Kaprun is also perfect for going on winter walks. Feel like something different? How about a horseback ride, horse-sleigh tour, snowshoe tour or even paragliding? And don’t forget the Kunst am Berg. The Schmitten houses the largest art exhibition area in Europe, with 23 wooden works of art on display in the snow. In other words, there is plenty to see and do while on a winter sports holiday here! So find and book your holiday home in Zell am See today!