- Be surrounded by extraordinary landscapes - mountain alms pine forests, glacial mountains, deep gorges, waterfalls and tumbling rivers
- The charming village centre is over flowing with terrace cafés and craft shops - the town has a very sociable atmosphere
- In the heart of the Ziller Valley surrounded by wonderful Tirolean scenery - loads of walking and activities to try
• coach transfer • car hire • private transfer
Innsbruck · 75km · 1 hour 30 minutes
Salzburg · 150km · 3hours
Birmingham, Glasgow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle
Sports and activities
Culture and history
So what's it like?
Mayrhofen, one of Tirol's prettiest and liveliest resorts, is framed by the awe-inspiring scenery of the majestic Zillertaler Alps. Here you'll find easy access to superb activities and walking - join our walking escort for 2 free guided walks per week. The village centre boasts rustic bars and relaxed and inviting pavement cafés line the streets. Summer months bring festivals of folk-singing and dancing, as well as colourful processions and brass-band concerts, keeping the wealth of local traditions alive.
€100 hotel credit
There'll be a credit of €100 waiting for you at the hotel with this offer. Use it in the bar or restaurant and save some cash while you're away.
Relax and discover
Local culture: In the Ziller Valley farming is still important in local life. Festivals such as 'Sonnwendfeuer' (June) and 'Almabtrieb' (Sept/Oct) are still celebrated and 'Dorffest' are usually a great opportunity to see and sample the meats, cheeses and schnapps on offer at a farmer's market.
Adventure sports: The imposing mountains around Mayrhofen are a climbers paradise from beginners to physically demanding overhangs of the extreme cliffs. Try out canyoning, river rafting, and for those of you with a head for heights, swinging from the tree tops at the 'Go Ape' course.
Walking: There are over 200km of walking routes in the Ziller Valley including many in the heart of the stunning 390km² Zillertal Alps Nature Park. For serious hikers, routes in the valley can be as challenging as you'd like. If you want something a bit more easy going try taking one of the summer lifts to give access to the 'panorama trails' at 2000m- great views at a minimum effort.
Evening atmosphere: Enjoy the understated but diverse nightlife with live music from Tirolean folk music to modern acoustic, salsa and rock performances.
Available from £314 (return)
The Zillertal Activcard is available locally and gives you a daily ascent and descent of 1 of the 10 cable cars throughout the valley. Penkenbahn lift open on 24th May 2014 and the Ramsau chairlift on the 29th May 2014. All others open on the 7th June 2014. The card also gives you daily access to 1 of the 6 outdoor swimming pools in the valley, use of the transport services in the valley (steam train excluded), admission to the Konigsleiten Observatory and discounts on many other attractions and pursuits. Approx. €55 adults, €28 children for a 6 day pass, available locally.
Please note: Lift opening dates for summer 2015 have not yet been confirmed.
Discount card offers subject to change based on local tourist board recommendations
The train service runs the length of the Ziller Valley and beyond. There is also an extensive bus service connecting the Ziller Valley and surrounding valleys. There is an efficient circuit of cable cars, gondolas, and chairlifts.
Twin centre suggestion
Why not try a Twin Centre combining 7 days in Mayrhofen, at the Spa Hotel Strass, with its excellent range of facilities, with 7 days in the beautiful resort of Zell am See? A great choice would be the Hotel Fischerwirt.
Transfer to your second centre is usually by coach or minibus and may be via the airport. Call us to book.