In winter snow and ice transform the Berchtesgaden area into a mysterious and glittering world of white where you can experience adventure and action or simply relax and make yourself cozy. Welcome to our romantic paradise!
Berchtesgaden Christmas Market
Christmas is one of the most beautiful times of the year in Berchtesgaden: A white mantle of snow muffles all sounds, Christmas trees are decorated with wooden toys, angels and real wax candles.
Ski Areas in the Berchtesgadener Land
Over 60km (36 miles) of diverse slopes await skiers and snowboardes at an elevation from 600 to 1,800 meters (2,000 to 6,000ft)
The entire area welcomes campers at designated campsites for tents, trailers and motorhomes.
You cannot imagine how diverse the Berchtesgadener Land and its surroundings are. It offers numerous possibilities for the outdoor enthusiast: Experience hiking of every level with impressive viewpoints round the National Park scenery. The Berchtesgadener Land is spectacular and unrivalled in its variety.
Surrounded by towering rock cliffs, the lake - emerald green and silent - is set in one of the most impressive landscapes in Germany
Visiting the most innovative adventure centre for salt mining in the world, you can become part of an entirely new and modern experience below the earth's surface
The Watzmann Therme Spa
It offers swimming fun for the whole family in an attractive environment. Here you can experience the element of curative water in all its forms. Be it for fun, exercise, relaxation or health, the Watzmann Therme Spa's waters are a perfect place to spend some time
Berchtesgaden National Park Area
The only National Park in the German Alps with its varied landscapes and breathtaking beauty is to be found in the Berchtesgadener Land. Here visitors can experience nature, learn about environmental protection while exploring this unspoiled reserve on well-marked hiking trails
The Watzmann mountain (2.713 m / about 9000 ft) - is the superstar of the "Berchtesgadener Land" as it towers above the valleys below
'Liquid bread' as the Bavarians often lovingly refer to it, the typically German beverage was - apart from the more commonly drunk wine - consumed in the Berchtesgadener Land as early as 1510
Lve images from our stunning mountains and world famous sights