Here you can find a summary of regional websites and links for further information.
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The Lungau Card
All guests staying in Haus Bellevue from June to October and December to the first week after Easter will receive an all-inclusive holiday card offering free or discounted admission to numerous excursion destinations, natural wonders, attractions, outdoor activities, museums, wellness centres, swimming pools, mountain lifts and much more throughout the Lungau.
The Salzburgerland Card
The Salzburgerland Card is available to buy online or at any Tourist Office. The card provides the bearer discounted or free access to activities and attractions throughout the whole of Salzburgeland region.
Interactive Map of the Lungau
A new interactive map is currently in production and will be available soon.
There are 15 towns and villages in the Lungau. The above map depicts their relative locations and a quick summary of each location can be found below.
Where a town name has a binocular icon next to it, there is a virtual tour available. Click the icon to view.
Embedded in the heart of the Lungau and encircled by a beautiful mountain backdrop, St Michael is conveniently located for access to all attractions and activities in the valley and is host to year-round events, festivals and celebrations or art and culture.
With a fairytale castle and centuries old market square the town of Mauterndorf has a distinct character. Further features include the highest narrow-gauge railways, the Taurachbahn, the highest airfield in Austria and also access to the Grosseck-Speiereck alpine region.
A beautiful Austrian village close to the Fanningberg ski region, known as being the sunniest place in Austria and host to the popular and diverse Outdoorparc Lungau.
Ideally located for both winter and summer activities with the Niederen Tauern to the north and the gentle Nockberge to the south and Topskiregion Katschberg Aineck on the doortstep. Features include an 18 hole golf course with driving range.
A small and peaceful town filled with restored farms and historical buildings, quaint houses and lovely people. Also known for the Taurachbahn steam train.
A beautiful location offering pleasant seclusion in the midst of nature. Features include the hut village and two impressive Landwier lakes.
A very traditional village, Lessach is known for ist’s family friendly atmosphere and welcoming natives and a popular destination for mushroom picking and for walking.
A laid-back and family friendly area, Tweng offers extensive outdoor opportunities for bikers and hikers and is within easy reach of Obertauern including the Obertauern sports centre and night life attractions.
A lovely small village, easily reached and perhaps most famous for being the home of castle Moosham, the 3rd largest castle in the Salzburg province. Further attractions include an airfield dedicated to remote control airplanes.
In weißpriach there is opportunity for winter and summer activities with beautiful walking routes, winter cross country trails and the breathtaking Longa river to accompany your outing.
A small and beautiful village with some of the most beautiful scenery in the Lungau. Known for the Riedingtal Nature Park and the Prangstangen festival in June, the Zederhaus Valley is a very popular destination for back country skiers with a touring season of more than 6 months.
Located at the southernmost corner of Salzburgerland, Tamsweg is surrounded by beautiful landscape and features the Preber recreational area providing summer and winter sports in a natural mountain setting. An excellent starting point for trekking and biking paths and also home to the famous St Leonhard Pilgrimage church.
Dating back to 1139, Ramingstein was one of the largest mining areas in the Alpine region. A silver mine still operates there as a tourist mine and historical site. The region is also home to the functioning castle of Finstergrün and hosts to numerous cultural events as part of the Raminsgtein Summer Cultural Festival.
Thomatal is an agricultural area located at the bottom of the valley and surrounded by fields and pastures. At a higher eleveation, the Schönfeld summer and winter recreation area is a popular place for cross county skiing and nordic walking and features a children’s only trail, toboggan run and playground.
An extreme mountain landscape surrounds the National Park Community Muhr and offers hundreds of kilometres of hiking and biking trails peppered with alpine huts and featuring five mountain lakes, waterfalls, imposing ridges and natural landmarks. Austria’s second largest river originates here at 1,989km elevation in the middle of the Hohe Tauern National Park and the area is a popular destination for back country skiers and ice climbers.