The Erste Ferienregion holiday region in the Zillertal valley

Fügen - Kaltenbach

At the entrance to the “world’s most active valley” – the Zillertal Valley – lies a true holiday paradise the “Erste Ferienregion im Zillertal” with its 12 towns. At the widest part of the valley, where the towns are blessed with the longest hours of sunshine, guests can discover innumerable possibilities that go to make summer holidays in the mountains a real pleasure.

Erste Ferienregion im Zillertal 
Hauptstraße 54 
6263 Fügen
Telefon: +43 5288 62262 
Fax: +43 5288 63070


Summer holiday & Alpine sport
This Tyrolean side valley is quickly and easily reached by rail or road and offers over 1000 km of hiking trails and 850 km of cycling and mountain bike routes.

Hiking expeditions in the Zillertal Alps are a real treat for the body, mind and soul.

The amazing hiking paradise around Mt. Spieljoch in Fügen can be reached comfortably by cable car. Once they reach to top, guests can marvel at the breathtaking panorama looking out over the Zillertal valley.

Visitors can also be accompanied on their tours by experienced mountain and hiking tour guides on request.

In addition to the diverse range of hiking offers, the Erste Ferienregion holiday region also offers outdoor bathing facilities and bathing lakes, beach volleyball courts, a golf course, climbing thrills in the Aschau climbing gym or at the spectacular adventure park “Abenteuer- Erlebnispark Zillertal“ in Kaltenbach, featuring a natural high rope course and fixed rope route, paragliding and rafting.

Living customs & tradition
Customs & tradition, catering and festivities are the lifeblood of great summer holidays in the Zillertal valley. In the Erste Ferienregion holiday region in the Zillertal valley, living customs and tradition is an ever-present feature that can be experienced at the seasonal transhumance events, at the open-air concerts performed by local bands or at the numerous festivals.

There are also lots of places of interest in the region, such as the Heimatmuseum (Museum of Local History), Sennerei (Alpine Dairy), Speckstube (where Tyrolean bacon is produced), FeuerWerk (World of Wood Experience), Schaubergwerk (Showmine), or the famous road known as the Zillertaler Höhenstraße and lots more.

Treat YOURSELF to the best! - Erlebnistherme Zillertal thermal spa in Fügen
Fun, action and adventure! The Erlebnistherme Zillertal thermal spa appeals to guests of all ages! A spectacular adventure slide and tyre slide, a bubbling grotto with waterfall, a wave pool and a large infants’ area ensure hours of fun and leisure for the whole family. The saltwater pool with its sliding roof for great panoramic views and the bio stone pine sauna (bathing wear mandatory) go to create a pleasantly relaxing atmosphere.

 The wellness spa and sauna area is designed as a retreat from everyday activities. Atmospheric light effects, soothing sounds and stimulating fragrances are used to invigorate the body and soul.

Golfing in the Zillertal Valley
The Golf Course Zillertal Uderns for professionals and novices. Experience our 18-hole championship course featuring a generously proportioned practice range with a total of 35 teeing grounds, 18 of which are roofed over, a chipping green, pitching green and putting greens. Top elegance and exclusivity characterise the unique image of the golf resort along with its magnificent view of the Zillertal Mountains. The challenging, beautifully landscaped 18-hole, par 71 golf course features an undulating landscape with fruit groves, picturesque ponds, numerous bunkers, perfectly kept fairways and rough greens. Sensational fairways and perfect course conditions ensure a combination of diversified golfing and an amazing experience of nature. The PGA Golf School, the Club House and the Pro Shop in the adjacent 4-Star Superior Hotel, which features a unique indoor golf facility, round off the offer perfectly!

At an altitude of 550 m above sea level, this is the lowest situated golf resort in Tyrol and offers the pure pleasure of golfing in Alpine surrounds.

from Munich:  autobahn Munich-Salzburg till the Inntal-Dreieck intersection, autobahn A 93/A 12 (Inntalautobahn) toward Innsbruck, exit Wiesing-Zillertal, Fügen (approx. 130 km) or toll-free via Tegernsee, Achenpass, or Bad Tölz toward Achensee and then on to Zillertal (approx. 120 km). Innsbruck is only 50 km away.