Natterer See offers you great facilities, stunning views and an ideal location from which to discover the Tirol. Natterer See really is ideally placed for discovering the mountains of the Tirol on foot, by car or cable-car. Many walking tracks lead directly from the park and take you from one stunning panorama to another.
The owners have gone to great lengths to make it as interesting as possible and everyone is made to feel at home in their immaculately kept park. Its stunning centrepiece is a lovely mountain lake overlooked by the excellent restaurant and terrace.
This is ideal for swimming and features a section reserved for children as well as a popular waterslide and water trampoline. Beyond the park, the Alpine capital city of Innsbruck offers a dynamic mix of culture and history not to be missed.
This 5 star park has something for everyone. The surrounding area does not disappoint either with plenty of local attractions. AlpenZoo is well worth a visit with 140 animal species of the Alps living in natural surroundings. If you take the cable car up to the zoo you will see some amazing views of the Alps and Innsbruck.
Opening Dates: 22/04/2017 - 23/09/2017
Nearest Airport: Innsbruck (INN) - 9km
Recommended Port: Calais - 1071km
Direct Access to Lake: Direct Access
Nearest Town: Natters - 2.5km
Try your hand at water sports on the parc's lake
Take the free bus to the beautiful city of Innsbruck (8km away)
Attractions close to Natterer See
The highest located zoo in Europe (727 metres above sea level). 140 animal species of the Alps live in natural surroundings. Cable car up to the zoo offers excellent views of Innsbruck and the Alps.
Dogs not allowed to be taken into the zoo
Castle Tratzberg (located in Tyrol between Innsbruck and Kufstein) which is over 500 years old
Visit the rich ore bearing silver mine.
The world famous crystal exhibition
Tyrolean Regional Museum
The Tyrolean Regional Heritage Museum in Innsbruck is considered to be the finest heritage museum in Europe. Founded in 1888 it is devoted to the historical region of Tyrol. One of the museum's main attractions is a collection of rooms furnished in Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. The Hofkirche (next door) is the most important monument in the Tyrol. It houses the tomb of Emperor Maximilian I.
Austrian art museum
Gallery of Austrian art history from 1400-1800 and the art salon of Archduke Ferdinand 11