Real estate in Wals-Siezenheim

Wals-Siezenheim - the largest village in Austria

Wals-Siezenheim is the most rural community bordering the city of Salzburg. Nowhere does one live closer to the city and yet in the midst of fruit and vegetable fields. Wals-Siezenheim is a municipality in the district of Salzburg-Umgebung and also bears the title of "Austria's largest village", as it is the most populous municipality in Austria that has not been elevated to a market town or city municipality. The municipality is beautifully situated in the Flachgau region of the state of Salzburg and is located to the west of the state capital Salzburg. Almost the entire municipal area can be counted to the urban area of Salzburg, but incorporations have not been implemented until now.

The municipal area comprises a total of 10 small villages, some with charming village centers, such as Gois, Himmelreich, Käferheim, Kleßheim, Schwarzenbergkaserne, Siezenheim, Viehausen, Wals, Walserberg and Walserfeld.

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This is Wals-Siezenheim.

Wals-Siezenheim is located in the countryside, it doesn't get any greener than this, and is Salzburg's "first" local supplier of fresh fruit and vegetables. In Wals and the surrounding area, there are more fruit and vegetable farmers than anywhere else in and around Salzburg. This is because the Salzburg Basin is one of the most fertile areas in the country. Agriculture has been practiced here since the Bronze Age. And, living in Wals-Siezenheim, you can choose which farmer you want to get your next vitamins from. Many Wals farmers have their own small farm store and sell their fresh "vitamin boosters" from the farm. To name just a few, fruit and vegetables are available directly from the field at the Putzhammer farm store, the Babingerbauer farm store, the Dandlhof farm store, the Stadlerbauer farm store, the Punz-Hörmann vegetable farm, the Baierlgut farm store, the Kracherbauer farm store, the Winklhof organic market garden, the Neumaier vegetable farm, the Feldinger organic farm and, of course, at the green market in Salzburg's old town or on Thursdays at Salzburg's weekly market, the Salzburger Schranne. One could now also claim that Wals-Siezenheim is not only the "largest village in Austria", but also the "most vitamin-rich village in Austria". And so it will be.

Wals-Siezenheim a paradise for nature and sports lovers

Wals-Siezenheim naturally offers a lot for sporty nature lovers. It doesn't matter if you run along the Saalach or the Grünau and hear the water gently lapping, or if you walk a piece of the Jakobweg in Gois or jog along one or the other field path. Wals-Siezenheim is an outdoor running paradise. By bike you can also reach the most beautiful destinations healthily, sportily and quickly. From Wals-Siezenheim, you can cycle quickly to the festival city of Salzburg and back, visit the legendary Untersberg by mountain bike, or cycle freely and with pleasure to wherever the wide view of the countryside and the surrounding mountains takes you. But there is much more to do in Wals in terms of sports!

In the middle of the green and yet directly at the pulse of the festival city of Salzburg, nature and culture, sports and shopping, Untersberg and thermal baths.

Wals-Siezenheim has gorgeous wellness hotels that also offer the option of "day spa stays" and invite you to do laps in their indoor and outdoor pools. Speaking of "doing laps": Wals-Siezenheim also has an approx. 8ha large moor lake, the Walser Autobahnsee, in the district of Viehhausen, which can be used not only for fishing, but also for "swimming laps".

With the Bundesliga soccer team FC Red Bull, currently Salzburg's most successful soccer club plays its home games in Salzburg's Red Bull Arena on the outskirts of Salzburg in Wals. Wals is home to soccer with the Grünau-Wals and Wals-Siezenheim clubs and a large soccer park. But not only the soccer players are strong in Wals, also the Wals wrestlers and curlers with the curling club Wals and a large winter and summer hall.

Daily errands are done in Wals-Siezenheim either directly in front of the house at the farm store around the corner' on foot or in the nearby village. In the immediate vicinity are bakers, butchers, delicatessens, cafés, banks, playgrounds and soccer fields and local suppliers such as the BILLA at Mundiglerweg on the Walserberg. Wals-Siezenheim also offers some very good restaurants and particularly family-friendly inns with huge children's playgrounds.

Michael Denkstein "cycles" his way through Wals:

"I am always impressed and go into raptures when I get to tell people about how close to nature it is to live in Salzburg. Wals-Siezenheim is an example of proximity to nature in the city. From Wals-Siezenheim, Salzburg can be "biked" wonderfully and one of my favorite routes is the loop around Salzburg's Untersberg with a crisp 57 kilometers. And the great thing about cycling here on the Walserberg or in the Walserfeld is that the healthy vitamins grow virtually next to the road," says Michael Denkstein, pleased about the many green spaces near the city. "There is a lot on offer here, especially for young people. The offerings range from pumptrack to soccer park - and both young and young-at-heart can let off steam to their heart's content and also work off their energy."

Equally positive is the transport connection: The very close city center of Salzburg can be reached very well and quickly by public transport as well as by car. The A1 Westautobahn is also in the immediate vicinity. Not to forget the nearby airport.


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