Holidays in St. Anton. Tradition meets urban soul.

St. Anton flanks the Tyrolean side of the Arlberg massif, which stretches from St. Christoph and Stuben on the Arlberg Pass to Zürs, Lech and Warth-Schröcken in Vorarlberg. A mountain area like no other and an intoxicating ménage-à-trois of outdoor enthusiasm, international highlife and traditional down-to-earthness.

Daylight delights

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.

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A part of life in St. Anton


Bad weather and the urge

to move?

Perfect scenario for a detour to the arl.rock with indoor climbing area, trampoline hall, tennis, squash and bowling alley.





One room, one team – only one way out. Ready for the challenge in the Arlberg Escape Room in the Murrmel Bar in the centre of St. Anton.





There is a vibrant art and culture scene in St. Anton and the surrounding area. Exhibitions, concerts, shows and film festivals with international audiences take place regularly. You have already heard that the highest art and concert hall in the Alps is located in the neighbouring village of St. Christoph.



Big appetite or bon petit


Tyrolean home cooking or gourmet cuisine. St. Anton's chefs serve up whatever delights the palate. Gault-Millau lists no less than eight gourmet restaurants. Some excellent places to stop for a bite to eat are in the immediate vicinity of the Sailer.


St. Anton's


Those who want to celebrate their holiday will find plenty of opportunities in St. Anton. The place is known for its nightlife venues and a boisterous, stylish crowd.