The glorious mountains in Tyrol offer numerous activities that will get your heart racing, and at the same time they are perfect for just kicking back. Between the lush green meadows and the rushing waters you can come to terms with nature on a holiday in Tyrol. Take some quiet time for yourself, book a holiday park in Tyrol and listen to nature and absorb the amazing scenery. Cool off after a long summer day in a secluded alpine lake. If you prefer winter, you can dip into the natural hot springs to be found here, a great way to soothe sore muscles after a day of skiing on the Alpine slopes. Activities like rafting and canoeing, biking, adventurous mountain biking are not at all unknown in this region of Austria. Even if you decide to spend some time with loved ones, a family holiday in Tyrol will have you all regroup in a great formation of fun and adventure with various sports in nature. Natural conditions and the facilities work together in Tyrol, in order to create the best of settings when it comes to having an unforgettable time.Variety is never dull
The Maltatal Family Park in Tyrol is a park in the mountains where you can encounter more than 100 animal species. It started once with just donkeys, and nowadays is a great fun source for kids of all ages. You can also check out the surroundings from a horse drawn carriage through the valleys, along the lakes and waterfalls at Seebachtal, the Tauerntal and past the attractions of Mallnitz. The diversity to be found in Tyrol is part of the renowned Austrian charm. Check out a spa resort, submerge yourself in naturally heated water surrounded by amazing mountain views, like the Health Resort of Bad Haering, the Aigner Bath, or the Mehrn Mineral Healing Bath Health & Therapy Center. Find calm and rejuvenation, renew your soul and ignite a spark to the spirit in an Alpine wellness resort. One of the greatest ones would be the Aqua Dome – Tirol Therme Laengenfeld, part water park, part geothermal hot springs. A holiday in Tyrol will also offer facilities for people with physical disabilities, from wheelchair-accessible hiking routes, hand cycling trails, to adaptive snow sports. This way everyone can enjoy the mountains of Tyrol in any season.Spend time among nature
Spend some time among nature in Tyrol, go swimming in the Hallenbad Heiligenblut, enjoy a sauna or other thermal baths. If you are looking for something special you can even go horseback riding in Penk, you can take lessons if you are a novice. In Mölltal there is an outdoor center/national park with numerous possibilities for rafting, canyoning, open canoeing, kayaking, rope courses and mountain biking. When it comes to rivers and lakes, a holiday park in Tyrol will be the perfect starting point for exploring some of the about 10.000 springs and over 600 lakes in the Tyrolean Mountains. Swimming lakes, water falls, even water worlds for the little ones complete what is already a great vacation. There are nature parks and national parks to be explored, unfolding a great variety of activities, as summiting peaks, hiking to high waterfalls and alpine lakes, viewing wildlife. Choose the activity that is best to your liking and take you adventure spirit a step further this year in Tyrol, Austria.