Mayrhofen in Zillertal is one of the most versatile destinations in the Tyrolean Alps. Holiday life here is an eclectic mix of chic and rustic, sporty and romantic, international and homely.
And the same goes for the cuisine in the valley that many consider to be the most hospitable and sporty in Austria. From huts on the mountain to gourmet temples down in the valley, eating out here has a very distinctive culture. Zillertaler cuisine derives from ancient recipes with strange sounding dishes made often from dairy products called, "Graukassuppe, Schlichtanudeln, Zillertaler Krapfen und Zerggl that simply melt on the tongue.
Traditional Zillertal fare is served in many guest houses and restaurants.
Try one of the original meals such as "Bauernbratl, Kas- und Spinat-Spazlang, Melchamuas, Ofenleber, Erdäpfelpfandl, Speckknödelsuppe, Schlutzkrapfn und Buttermilchschmarrn" - you won't be disappointed!
The Mayrhofen-Hippach holiday resort has several retail outlets where local products such as food, handicrafts and clothing can be purchased.
Delicious traditional farmhouse cuisine is celebrated at the annual Food Festival in Hippach, Zillertal and served in various restaurants. You are what you eat - Zillertal tradition.
Schwendau celebrates a very special summer festival in the midst of orchards and farms. The Krapfen Festival is a celebration of this traditional savoury Zillertal delicacy in Mayrhofen- Hippach.
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