Gasteiner Wasserfall can be easily called the crowning glory of Bad Gastein. The waterfalls thunders down into the valley in the middle of the village in three stages, running past the townhouses which have been built into the steep slope. The resulting unique climate and healing springs have made the city a well-known health resort.
Set in the stunning Gastein Valley, Gasteiner Museum gives us a peek into the history of the spa town. Opened in 1936, this museum is located in Grand Hotel de l'Europe. It offers detailed descriptions of the region’s mineral-rich Gastein springs and waterfalls. They also host weekly walking tours where visitors can explore the hot springs, the waterfalls, the Parish Church of St. Preims and the St. Nicholas Church.
Everyone loves a soak in warm water, and when you combine that with gorgeous views of snow-capped mountains, you get Felsentherme Gastein. Enjoy the views of the Hohe Tauern mountain as you lounge in the outdoor pool, get transported in a tranquil state with the special, indoor heating pool, or take a few laps of the sports pool, there are many exciting options. The spa also offers specialized massages and treatments to really get rid of all ailments and stresses.
Confined by the mountains of the Hohe Tauern range, Obervellach is located on the banks of the Möll River. The cozy town of Obervellach offers many well-marked trails. Set on the mountain slopes, this region is a popular winter holiday destination. Visit the fully-equipped ski arenas in Ankogel and Mölltaler Gletscher and spend the day exploring its snow-covered slopes.
Give your body a rush as you move over the rope and beam structures in this adventure park with multiple rope courses.