The Tyrolean mountain village of St Anton am Arlberg, which has 2,680 inhabitants, meets the highest modern standards and yet still retains much of its originality and traditional charm, as do the neighbouring villages of Pettneu, Flirsch and Strengen. Holidaymakers in St Anton am Arlberg treasure the Alpine cosiness to be found at 1,300 metres as well as the village’s hospitality and international feel. St Anton am Arlberg is traditional and modern at the same time; it combines mountain scenery with the amenities of a world-standard holiday resort and delivers ideal conditions for a deluxe winter vacation. From December to the end of April, 84 ski lifts in the Arlberg area allow access to 280 kilometres of marked ski runs and 180 kilometres of off-piste skiing as well as a Funpark. Downhill skiiers come into their own and cross-country skiers are lured by a loipe network of approximately 40 kilometres. Toboggan runs and ice rinks for skating and curling provide additional sporting alternatives. The multi-functional Arl.rock sports centre makes numerous indoor activities and ball games possible, as well as climbing. Rather more comfortable is a romantic ride in a horse-drawn sleigh through the fairytale snow-covered mountain world. From morning until evening the Arlberg well.com wellness centre in St Anton am Arlberg and the Wellnesspark Arlberg Stanzertal in Pettneu invite you to enjoy relaxing in their lavish facilities. A holiday in St Anton am Arlberg is very special, not least because of the unique combination of almost boundless skiing and après-ski pleasures, alongside a variety of gastronomic choices from Tyrolean delicacies to distinguished international cuisine.
Tourismusverband, Dorfstrasse 8, 6580 St Anton am Arlberg, +43 (0)5446 22690