Pertisau, Lake Achensee

Pertisau is located on the western shore of lake Achensee and offers a variety of activities, sports, spa and relaxation in a sunny alpine climate. Nothing disturbs this rural idyll. The Achensee region combines tradition and modernity, hospitality and unique nature experiences. Pertisau is one of the best starting points for hikes or cross-country tours in Tirol’s largest nature reserve, the Karwendel Alpine Park. Pertisau is somewhat hidden at the entrance to the Karwendel valleys, but is easily accessible all year .

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By car

  • from Germany
    Autobahn (motorway) Munich-Salzburg, exit Holzkirchen-Achenpass-Maurach at Achensee-Pertisau. Alternatively via Kufstein on the A12 Inntalautobahn direction Innsbruck/ Brenner.
  • from Italy
    Brenner-Innsbruck – exit Wiesing-Maurach-Pertisau
  • from Switzerland
    Arlberg-Innsbruck – exit Wiesing-Maurach-Pertisau

Upon arrival in Pertisau please turn left. After approx. 500 m you will find the driveway to the Wiesenhof (small driveway over the meadow). A parking lot is available in front of the hotel.

By train

The train station Jenbach (between Innsbruck and Kufstein) is within a distance of approx. 8 km of Pertisau. All Eurocity trains stop at Jenbach. Take the bus or a taxi to Pertisau.

FREE TRANSFER FROM JENBACH STATION TO THE HOTEL AND REVERSE FOR ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE – please arrange date and time with our reception!

By plane

The nearest airport is Innsbruck, within a distance of approx. 50 km of Pertisau. But you can also arrive via Munich Airport or Salzburg Airport . Pick-up service can certainly be arranged or you can book directly an airport transfer taxi here.

Regional public transport – bus

The Achensee Tourist Office offers you a special service: with our free guest card you can travel for free in the whole region. From Wiesenhof you can easily reach Maurach, Achenkirch and Steinberg and all the winter sports destinations around the lake. Every hour we offer a bus shuttle to Jenbach train station and there is also a regular bus service up north to Tegernsee.