- Neighbouring villages
- Southern holiday villages
- Western holiday villages
- Kühtai - Sellraintal
- Sonnenplateau Mieming & Tirol Mitte
Experience the holiday villages in the west
Holidays for the whole family. Even children can experience easy-going holidays in the villages west of Innsbruck. Here, athletes, ramblers and fans of the open air can enjoy many activities in both summer and winter. Activities perfectly tailored to the needs of every family. Highlights are the children's entertainment at Natterer See, the adventure park and alpine go-karts in Mutterer Almpark, and the climbing park and leisure centre in Axams, while in winter, the pistes, funparks and alpine huts at the ski areas of Axamer Lizum and Mutterer Alm will keep everyone busy.
Family holidays in summer
Natterer See shines in the afternoon sun, the Kalkögel rise jaggedly towards the blue sky. The landscape in the western holiday villages offers many beautiful places.
Hiking, mountain bike tours and a jump into the cool waters will provide a relaxing holiday. Thanks to the children's entertainment programme with water games, parties, creative workshops and a puppet show, there is plenty of opportunity for parents to relax. If you want more excitement, try the alpine go-karts at the Mutterer Almpark, especially popular with families. Visit tree houses and jump into the reservoir to cool down after a family hike. And there is much more to do: open-air concerts, mini-golf, and enjoy the taste of the bread, freshly-baked before your eyes for the perfect Tyrolean evening.
Entertainment and fine food
There is always something happening in the western holiday villages, whether it be a horse festival, an open-air concert or brass music. There are many events offering a great programme during your stay. Tyrolean evenings bring you closer to our traditions.
Winter fun in the western holiday villages
The Axamer Lizum and Mutterer Alm ski areas offer pistes for every level of skier, and the top-class funpark is extremely popular with snowboarders. The ski areas are ideal for first-time skiers, but also offer more challenging conditions for those who wish to test themselves, while numerous toboggan runs provide fun away from the piste. And don't forget to enjoy the nature with a winter hike, or learn the old Tyrolean tradition of alpine curling. End the day with hearty Tyrolean cuisine at one of the alpine huts or inns.