Lake Hallstatt is the ideal travel destination with a motorhome, caravan or tent. Here you will find the most beautiful campgrounds in the UNESCO World Heritage region of Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut for an unforgettable holiday in Austria. With views of the unique alpine panorama of Hallstatt and Obertraun, the local campsites offer an attractive location that invites you to all sorts of nature activities whilst being a convenient starting point for visiting the many tourist attractions.
5000m², peaceful location at forest edge, 100m from the public bathing beach and the children's playground; 800 m to village-center and only 350 m to saltmine-funicular, boatstation, supermarket, tennis, diving-school and bus-stop.
Dear hikers! The 'Gosauzwang', the bridge over the Gosaubach, is closed due to renovation work. Therefore, hikers must leave the Salzkammergut Soleweg before the steel bridge, walk a short distance downhill along the main road (B166) in the direction of Bad Goisern and then, after the bend by the lay-by take the narrow path on the left side back onto the popular hiking route. More information is also available from the Hallstatt tourist office: +43 (0) 8134 8208th
A holiday, in the UNESCO World Heritage region of Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut, is now twice as rewarding: Enjoy unforgettable experiences and save at the same time! How does this work, you ask? With the Salzkammergut Adventure Card or the Salzkammergut Winter Card. - Depending on the season! These cards are free, when staying for three nights or more and are available from numerous accommodation establishments as well as in the four tourist offices of the Dachstein Salzkammergut holiday region. This will turn your summer holiday in Bad Goisern, Gosau, Hallstatt and Obertraun, into an unforgettable experience! Here is an overview of the attractions and leisure activities where you will receive a discount with the Salzkammergut Adventure Card or the Salzkammergut Winter Card! We wish you relaxing holidays between mountains & lakes within the World Heritage.