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The hills may well be alive with the sound of music, but the valleys below now ring to the sound of golf. Framed by the spectacular scenery that Julie Andrews made so famous, the broad flat plains twixt the Austria Alps hold some tantalising golfing secrets. The scenery is quite remarkable and you will catch yourself gazing in awe at the jagged granite walls and towering snow clad peaks surrounding you as you stroll the lush green fairways. (Alpine snows take a long time to filter down through the rock, providing a natural reserve of water even in the hottest Summers).
After your game why not immerse yourself in the scenery? The freshwater lakes with their sandy beaches are perfect for a post match warm-down. Or you could take a summer cable-car up into the clear mountain air. Or hit the hotel spa. Or perhaps just pop-in to one of the many Viennese style coffee shops with their rich range of cream cakes...
When it comes to dining, Austrian cuisine holds many a delicate surprise: freshwater fish from the deep clear lakes, all varieties of game, smoked hams and wild forest mushrooms from the hills; plus of course the hearty classics such as noodlesoup and goulash etcetera.
You will also be very pleasantly surprised by the quality of Austrian wines, interesting grape varieties grow here, many unheard of beyond these valleys: well worth sampling!
The quiet calm of Austria and the crystal clear air both relaxes and invigorates. After a hard day’s golfing, a swim, some quality spa-time and a leisurely dinner, the tinkling of distant cow-bells will lull you into profound slumber.
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For utter luxury in the Austrian lakes ask us about the awe inspiring Schloss Fuschl.
"Our recent 6-person holiday in the Sporthotel Alpin was a great success. The hotel, its owners and its staff were efficient, polite and really helpful. The golf was extremely enjoyable and the whole arrangement, from picking up the people-carrier at Salzburg airport to our return there went without a hitch. Many thanks to your organisation."