Scenically located directly at the gateway to the Stanzertal valley and right next to a centuries-old Roman road, the village of Strengen, characterised by archaic wood and stone architecture, is known to please guests with a uniquely romantic charisma and historical charm.
Gateway to the Stanzertal valley
Acquaint yourself with the village and its history by visiting some of the numerous listed buildings such as the pilgrimage chapel Mariahilf from 1957 or St Martin Church from the 14th century. Relaxing walks and dynamic bike tour offer you the opportunity to explore the untouched landscape characterised by flourishing bog meadows. Or embark on a hiking tour up to the Egger Weiher, a natural body of water inviting you to unwind and relax.
Central location rich with Alpine flair
Not only in summer does the village’s central location offer the perfect starting point for attractive day trips, also wintertime visitors benefit from the immediate proximity to the neighbouring skiing areas. No matter if you prefer to elegantly glide down the mountains on your skis or rather struggle uphill as a ski tourer first, the Arlberg region also offers a multitude of exciting winter sport activities away from the slopes. For instance, the 1.2 kilometres long toboggan run in Strengen perfectly satisfies the needs of every tobogganing enthusiast! Let the village unfold its romantic character and spend a most relaxing time right at the very heart of the Stanzertal valley!
Data & facts
- Altitude: 1,029 m
- Population: 1,213 Population
- Location: approx. 15 km from St. Anton am Arlberg