Experience people and nature
An insider tip
Active leisure activities on holiday
The Chiemgau Alps extend as far as Tyrol and their peaks are ideal for walking and enjoying the views. A number of footpaths are waiting to be explored. The highest point, the Sonntagshorn, is 1.961 m high.
Take a mountain bike up to the small chalets and return late afternoon. The shores of the nearby lakes are always ideal for a nice little ride.
The Bavarian mountains are famous for their excellent winter sports conditions. Here you will find superbly-prepared cross-country ski trails, snowshoe treks and ski areas.
Mountaineering and rock climbing are among the most popular activities in the region. Hochgern, Kampenwand, Hochfelln and Hochplatte are typical destinations for mountain climbers.
Unique locations and unspoiled views
Chiemsee is the second-largest Bavarian lake and is famous for its natural beauty and wildlife. It was designated as a nature conservation area back in 1923. It is around 50 metres deep and offers an incomparable panoramic view.
The Königssee lake is part of the Berchtesgaden Alps. The name "Königssee" refers to the fairy-tale king Ludwig II from Bavaria who built the subsequent Neuschwanstein Castle near to the lake in 1869, where he died in 1886.
The Kampenwand is a wonderful place for a day trip. Situated near to Aschau, it has a funicular railway that carries passengers throughout the year. There are also a number of opportunities for walking, climbing and mountain biking.
The Waginger See in Rupertiwinkel is one of the warmest bathing lakes in Upper Bavaria. It forms a unit with the Tachinger See and together they cover an area of 8.97 km². It is well-known for its wonderful bathing areas, campsites and the health resort along the south bank
Traditions and attractions
Berchtesgaden beneath the “King” Watzmann is well-known for its quiet alleyways and historic farms and town houses. The town has a permanent place in the history books as it was the summer residence of the Prince Abbot of Berchtesgaden.
The baroque castle was the summer residence of the Bavarian ruler. Designed in 1843 by Georg von Dollmann, it was completed for King Maximilian I Joseph in 1847. Its location on an island on Lake Chiemsee is breath-taking.
Salzburg is the fourth-largest city in Austria and is located near to some of the leading alpine ski areas in Europe such as Flachauwinkl, Fieberbrunn, Kaprun and Saalbach Hinterglemm. A number of attractions draw visitors from all over the world to Mozart’s city.
Munich is the capital city of Bavaria and Germany’s third-largest city. It is an important international centre for business and culture and the home of the world-famous Oktoberfest. You can reach Munich in just an hour from the hotel.