The province of Salzburg: many know it, and most love it and enthuse wildly about its art, culture, nature, and mountains. But are you aware of how many different recreational possibilities there are in the region around Bad Vigaun? Do you have any idea what there is to experience, see, and enjoy?
A summary of the best sights and attractions
On our “sights and attractions” page, we give you an overview and some tips; it’s not easy to filter out the best things from the wide variety on offer.
Our local mountain, an eye-catcher, and centre of the region. Whatever you like to call it, the Schlenken simply belongs to Bad Vigaun. It is our local mountain and we love it. In order for you to fall in love with it too, you should walk on it, bike on it, or simply view it from close quarters. You won’t regret it.
The name Bad Vigaun (“Bad” means “spa”) has a reason, and this reason lies 1300 m underground. From that depth for many thousands of years the St. Barbara spring has brought water to the surface, providing the basis for the Bad Vigaun spa baths. The healing, 34°C water is healthy, soothing, and has healing properties. Discover these for yourself.
WATER: A very special lifeline, and this is certainly the case with the “Taugl". This crystal-clear brook runs between Kuchl and Bad Vigaun through divine nature, cutting gorges as it develops into a river. In doing so, it has created a remarkable natural landscape; a landscape not to be missed.
Natural monuments, untouched nature, fun, action, and rest: those who choose the Tennengau region around Bad Vigaun for their holidays will surely not get bored. Set out and discover the rich variety on offer in our holiday region, explore the art and culture, the beautiful scenery, or get active in the mountains.
A unique mixture; there is scarcely another province like Salzburg that is so rich in variety when it comes to art, culture, nature, and activities. Do you find this hard to believe? If so, come and discover it for yourself and visit the most beautiful sights and attractions between the Mozart city of Salzburg and the Hohe Tauern mountains.