Vacation in an apartment in tyrol, tui villas

Choose your personal holiday home from 3315 accommodations

Holiday homes with the TUI Smile

At TUI Villas you will find a large selection of holiday homes and apartments across Europe and beyond. We are the organizer of all accommodations marked with the TUI Smile and you benefit from many advantages:

  • Can be booked directly without waiting for confirmation
  • Regular quality control by product managers
  • Local contact person

A thousand other accommodations

In addition to our own holiday homes and apartments, we also offer accommodation in mediation for third-party providers.

These are reliable private hosts, local agencies and specialists as well as well-known tour operators. You can see who is the provider of an accommodation in the property description.

Apartment, small floor

  • Object no .: 1310337
  • Kleinboden, Zillertal, Austria
  • Max. 8 people, including 1 child allowed
  • 95 sqm
  • 3 separate bedrooms

Apartment, Westendorf

  • Object no .: 407279
  • Westendorf, Tyrol, Austria
  • Max. 5 people
  • 60 sqm
  • 2 separate bedrooms

Apartment, Prutz

  • Object no .: 1600152
  • Prutz, Tyrol, Austria
  • Max. 4 people
  • 55 sqm
  • 1 separate bedroom

Apartment, Fügen

  • Object no .: 788580
  • Fügen, Zillertal, Austria
  • Max. 6 persons
  • 70 sqm
  • 2 separate bedrooms

Apartment, Brixen im Thale

  • Object no .: 1185841
  • Brixen im Thale, Tyrol, Austria
  • Max. 10 people
  • 100 sqm
  • 3 separate bedrooms

Apartment, Sölden

  • Object no .: 1321702
  • Solden, Austrian Alps, Austria
  • Max. 4 people
  • 75 sqm
  • 2 separate bedrooms

Apartment, Zell am Ziller

  • Object no .: 57986
  • Zell am Ziller, Zillertal, Austria
  • Max. 8 people
  • 70 sqm
  • 2 separate bedrooms

Apartment, Längenfeld

  • Object no .: 1556182
  • Längenfeld, Austrian Alps, Austria
  • Max. 8 people
  • 70 sqm
  • 3 separate bedrooms

Apartment, Steinach am Brenner

  • Object no .: 1564225
  • Steinach am Brenner, Tyrol, Austria
  • Max. 8 people
  • 120 sqm
  • 4 separate bedrooms

Holiday house, Sankt Jakob in Haus

  • Object no .: 613184
  • Sankt Jakob in Haus, Tyrol, Austria
  • Max. 10 people
  • 180 sqm
  • 4 separate bedrooms

Alpine hospitality in a holiday apartment in Tyrol

Spend the best time of the year in a holiday apartment in Tyrol, you can look forward to Alpine hospitality and diverse excursion destinations. In the west of Austria, you can look forward to relaxed vacation days between big city flair in pulsating metropolises and a wildly romantic natural landscape. Rugged peaks and blooming alpine meadows shape the landscape in Tyrol. Clear waters glistening in the sun invite you to refreshing bathing fun in the mountain summer. A visit to the thermal baths promises wellness and well-being all year round. And in the cold season, snow-sure winter sports dorados lure you with active relaxation in the snow.

Explore the highlights of the Tyrol holiday region

Regardless of whether you are planning an eventful short trip or an extended vacation: In the attractive offers from TUI Villas you will surely find a comfortable holiday apartment in Tyrol where you feel right at home. Spend your next dream vacation between snow-capped mountain peaks and historical sights in lively cities.

Vacation days on the pulse of nature

Between the hiking paradise of the Kitzbüheler Alpen, the snow-capped summit of the Großglockner and colorfully flowering alpine pastures, hiking enthusiasts can explore the 1,000 km wide network of trails around your holiday apartment in Tyrol. For example, explorers can enjoy the Tyrolean hiking summer in the Tannheim Valley. Highlights of the most beautiful high valley in Europe include the clear Vilsalpsee in the heart of a nature reserve as well as the exciting Heimatmuseum Tannheim. Continue with the Rofanseilbahn uphill, the Rofan high-altitude circular trail magnificent views over the Rofan and the Karwendel mountains. While cows graze here in summer, ptarmigan can be discovered in the cold season. In the Alpenzoo Innsbruck you can see the local fauna in naturnah designed enclosures: watch the hazel grouse, bearded vulture, grass snake and marmots.

Great destinations for young and old

The Sillian high ropes course is a popular destination for those who love thrills and adventure. Well secured, you can overcome rope bridges that fluctuate at dizzy heights. Also in Wildlife park Assling East Tyrol is lively: wild cats and birds of prey, mouflons, ibex and bison live here. Some of the animals can even be fed and petted. On the neighboring summer toboggan run, parents and children whiz down the valley laughing. in the Castle Museum Landeck In western Tyrol, those interested in culture get exciting insights into everyday life in times long past. In addition, the medieval Landeck Castle is a regular venue for atmospheric music and cultural events. More than 150 varied themed trails in Tyrol offer you the opportunity to combine natural and cultural enjoyment in a harmonious way, for example on the almost 5km long one Father our way in the Tannheimer Tal.

Magical winter time: Welcome to your holiday home in Tyrol

A holiday apartment in Tyrol is an ideal starting point for exciting winter sports adventures in the cold season. More than 120 ski paradises offer the best conditions for beginners, families and professionals. Whether in the Ski Juwel Alpbachtal or on the Zahmer Kaiser: Look forward to perfectly groomed slopes and rapid toboggan slopes. The winter sports area Hintertux Glacier in the sun-drenched south of Tyrol stretches up to 3,250m. In the Sölden ski area, the youngest learn to ski in a playful way under the guidance of competent instructors. The largest night skiing area and well signposted adventure hiking trails in Ellmaus SkiWelt allow you unforgettable hours. The ski area is just outside the gates of the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck-Nordkette with a total of 13 kilometers of slopes and the largest igloo event arena in the Alps.

The holiday resorts in Tyrol are so diverse

If you dream of a relaxing holiday in the midst of an impressive natural landscape, you will spend an unforgettable stay in Tyrol. While you can visit historical sights in the lively cities of Innsbruck, Kitzbühel, Kufstein or Reutte, unique nature experiences await you in the rural holiday regions. In addition to the hiking fun to the 380m high Krimml waterfalls Expect exciting rafting adventures in the wild rapids of the Ziller in the picturesque Zillertal. In the, since the discovery of the old glacier mummy, the almost world-famous Ötztal invites you Ötzidorf to visit. Primeval animals and the stone and fire festival are among the highlights of this archaeological open-air park. The Swimming lake water park in See in the Paznaun Valley offers cooling on warm summer days. In the bathing landscape and the sauna world Aqua Dome Therme in Längenfeld you can relax all year round after an eventful day of vacation.

Your travel weather: summer sun and winter magic

The temperate climate of Tyrol is not least subject to the different altitudes and landscapes due to several, namely continental, Mediterranean and Atlantic influences. While already in the valleys March the first signs of spring show that active holidaymakers continue to practice winter sports at high altitudes until May. The individual seasons are usually clearly defined: Look forward to wet summers, dry autumn days and snowy winters. In July and August, the thermometer shows peak values ​​of up to 25 degrees Celsius, for example in Innsbruck or in the Zillertal. In the cold season, especially in December, January and February, Ms. Holle in Tyrol is busy: Now the time has come for romantic torchlight hikes, a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snow-covered landscape and exciting winter sports experiences. Tip: Don’t forget gloves and hat, because the temperatures sometimes drop well below freezing.

How to get to your holiday home in Tyrol

In the past, the Tyrolean mountains were only passable with exhausting effort – today, however, the journey to the different holiday regions is very straightforward, regardless of whether you travel by plane, train or individually own Vehicle are traveling. The magnificent views of the surrounding mountains already increase the anticipation for a vacation full of relaxation and adventure. With the vignette on the motorway, for example the Inntal Autobahn A12 or toll-free on various federal highways, you can comfortably travel by car to your holiday happiness. Good to know: All important traffic routes are cleared of snow in winter. Anyone arriving by plane ends up in Innsbruck-Kranebitten. Innsbruck, located in the heart of Tyrol, is an important transport hub. From here, you can continue by car or train to your holiday apartment in Tyrol.

Hots tastes good? – Explore the special features of Tyrolean cuisine

Weggn with goggles, so bread with eggs, Kaasspatzln with crispy roasted onions and the lean raw cheese Graukaas: that’s Tyrolean cuisine. Also the bread dumplings fried in the cast iron pan Kaaspressknedl, served with sauerkraut, onions and cheese are an integral part of Tyrolean cuisine. Whether in the toque restaurant or at the dumpling festival: the traditional dishes are down-to-earth and hearty. Even sweet schnapps can look forward to numerous delicacies and tempting pastries. One tastes great during the hiking break on the rustic alpine pasture Tyrolean Marend simply delicious: the Brettljause consists of spicy smoked sausage, cheese, horseradish and oven-warm bread. After your meal you will be happy in Tirol Selberbrennta, a homemade schnapps or a Verlängata, served a cup of coffee.


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