Between huge mountains, you can enjoy the swim in lakes of turquoise blue, as the Achensee, the largest in Tyrol. The mild climate of Innsbruck allows you to take a dip in its lakes. One of the major natural attractions in the summer season is the Schwarzsee, also known as the Lake in the dark waters. The landscape of the Austrian Tyrol, in the heart of the Alps, often evoke us winter and mountain sports. But every topic has its reverse, and of this region of Austria, which forms the border with Germany, Italy and Switzerland, is that of a summer in nature, with sunbathing and in the waters of their beautiful alpine lakes. The starting point to begin a trip to the region may be Kitzbuhel.
The villa shows a perfect symbiosis between lifestyle, sports and gastronomic offer impregnated with michelin stars. Situated between two mountain lines, Horn and Hahnenkamm, his main offer is winter thanks to the first descent track opened in Austria (1928), but is also offered as a City to be enjoyed in the summer season. One of the major natural attractions in the summer season is the Schwarzsee, also known as the Lake in the dark waters. the mountain environment, presided over by the impressive Wilder Kaiser and its procession of sharp peaks that can be seen on the horizon, and charming hotels installed on the shores of the lake invite you to relax. And when the sun comes out its visitors lie down in the giant hammocks of wood installed on the grass to take advantage until the last Ray in the company of a good book. Its old town is also very attractive. The city seems a pastel multicolour with a pair of candles, two medieval temples: the Church of St. Andrew, the most important of the region, and the Church of women, very popular also for being the favorite to celebrate marriage links. Achensee, the largest lake in Tyrol on the way to Innsbruck, to little more than forty kilometers before arriving at the capital of the Alps, agrees to take a detour in Jenbach to Achensee Lake largest in Tyrol.