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The Paznaun region

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Home of variety

The Paznaun valley in Tyrol

Ischgl, Galtür, Kappl and See

The varied Paznaun valley is situated in Western Tyrol, at 1,360 metres above sea level and surrounded by impressive mountain peaks. Covering a total distance of 40 kilometres, the high-alpine valley encompasses the four villages of Ischgl, Galtür, Kappl and See. The many restaurants and attractions offered by the four holiday resorts make the region a great choice for active as well as relaxing holidays. With so many culinary delights and activities to choose from, you and your family can embark on a new holiday adventure every day and experience relaxation, action and fun in the unique landscapes of the Paznaun valley.

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Great variety

Internationally renowned lifestyle hotspot and family-friendly holiday resort in the Tyrolean mountains: Ischgl is a village of contrasts. The holiday resort in the Landeck district of Tyrol’s Paznaun valley is situated between the Silvretta and Verwall mountains. Its high-alpine location makes the village a popular all-year destination for sports enthusiasts: In winter, skiers and snowboarders swoosh down 239 kilometres of slopes, while in summer hikers and mountain bikers cruise through the stunning mountain landscape. Ischgl is also popular with foodies thanks to its great variety of fine-dining restaurants and traditional inns.

Ischgl as an event location: good fun & Entertainment

If you like buzzing events, you’re sure to love Ischgl. For instance, you can see international superstars perform in a unique mountain setting at the legendary Top of the Mountain Concerts. In addition to concerts, numerous sports and cultural events take place in Ischgl throughout the year, including the famous MTB event Ischgl Ironbike, the PIUT and the Culinary Paznaun, a foodie hike through the Paznaun valley with lots of delicious treats.

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For nature lovers

Located at the westernmost part of the Paznaun valley, at the foot of the 2,671-metre-high Ballunspitze and surrounded by breathtaking mountains, you can find the municipality of Galtür. The region is a secret tip for families and leisure skiers, with Silvapark ski resort offering slopes for every skill level. What’s more, numerous mountain lodges invite you to stop by for a delightful break. However, Galtür also has plenty to offer away from the slopes and during summer. A climbing and bouldering park, snowcat safaris, cultural highlights at the Alpinarium – in Galtür, you’re spoilt for choice. A highlight for food lovers: Paznaun Alpine cheese, the culinary star of many traditional events.

Allergy-friendly Galtür and its natural benefits

Galtür is the epitome of purity and quality. Because of its high-alpine location and clean mountain air, it was named Tyrol’s first-ever climatic spa. The village provides perfect conditions for allergy sufferers to go mountain biking, hiking or climbing there. Galtür’s drinking water is also known for its excellent quality. As natural mountain spring water, it carries the label “Gütesiegel Trinkwasser” (“drinking water quality seal”) and has an ideal water hardness of only 1.7.

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Families welcome

The picturesque village of Kappl in the Paznaun valley is a great choice for guests looking for an idyllic holiday setting. The small mountain village is situated in the Landeck district and is surrounded by the Silvretta mountain range. Nestled amid the Tyrolean mountains, Kappl boasts a special holiday highlight for families: Sunny Mountain Adventure Park. Young and young-at-heart nature and adventure lovers can experience plenty of fun and games there. Plus, the area is perfect for extended hikes or mountain bike tours. In winter, families love to spend time on the snow-sure slopes of Kappl ski resort in the Paznaun valley. What’s more, numerous traditional events showcasing the region’s many traditions make Kappl a great choice for culture lovers.

Kappl‘s sacral buildings

The name Kappl refers to the exceptionally high number of chapels (in German, “Kapellen”) that are dotted around the Tyrolean holiday resort. With their traditional Alpine charm, they are a distinctive part of the local landscape, and even the village’s coat of arms shows a black and silver chapel on a blue background. Kappl is also known for its many traditional hamlets. The 90 small settlements turn Kappl into a picture-perfect Alpine holiday dream.

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Small & charming

See is the smallest village of the Paznaun valley – and proof of the fact that size doesn’t matter. Located at 1,056 metres above sea level, the village was named after a mountain lake (in German, “See”) that was buried a long time ago by a landslide. A water park built at the original site of the lake is a tribute to the village’s heritage – and the perfect place for families to have fun and splash about.

Small size, big variety

The variety of options to spend your days in the holiday resort of See in the Tyrolean Paznaun valley is mind-blowing: The small, charming village boasts a multitude of sports and activities. Together with the many culinary highlights of the local restaurants, this makes See an extremely popular choice for family holidays. Guests of all ages can explore the Tyrolean Alps in numerous ways – from sporty and challenging to laid-back and relaxed.

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365 days a year

Holiday bliss in the Paznaun valley

Something for everyone

Whether you’re looking for action and adventure or simply long to put up your feet and relax: The Paznaun valley offers countless holiday options for every taste. Throughout the year, the valley and its villages offer perfect conditions for spending unforgettable Alpine getaways there.