Holidays in St. Anton. Tradition meets urban soul.
St. Anton flanks the Tyrolean side of the Arlberg region, which extends via St. Christoph and Stuben on the Arlberg Pass to Zürs, Lech and Warth-Schröcken in Vorarlberg. A mountain massif unlike any other and an enthralling ménage-à-trois of outdoor enthusiasm, international highlife and traditional down-to-earthness.
You can explore nature from the Sailers on beautiful hiking and walking trails, for example in the picturesque Verwall Valley or in the gushing Rosanna gorge. In contrast, you can breathe a little less mountain air and more alpine lifestyle in the town's pedestrian zone. Sports shops, boutiques, bars, restaurants and visitors from all over the world create an international flair on the promenade.
A part of life in St. Anton
You would not have anticipated it right now. There is a vibrant art and cultural scene in St. Anton and the surrounding area. Exhibitions, concerts, shows and film festivals featuring international audiences are held regularly. Did you know that the highest art and concert hall in the Alps can be found in the neighbouring village of St. Christoph?
Big appetite or bon petit
Tyrolean home cooking or gourmet cuisine. St. Anton's chefs serve up anything to please the palate. Gault-Millau 2020 cites no fewer than eight toque restaurants in St. Anton. Good for those who are hungry: Some outstanding places to stop for refreshments can be found in the immediate vicinity of the Sailer.
Those who want to celebrate their holidays have plenty of opportunities to do so in St. Anton. The place is known for its nightlife venues and lively guests.