Samerberg – A hiker’s paradise


The Samerberg region is located 65 km south of Munich at the edge of the Alps. The name comes from the Samers, which is what farmers in this area were once called. The word 'berg' (mountain) may be a bit confusing, because Samerberg is a high Alpine valley, whose tranquil location between Lake Chiemsee and the Inn Valley promises our holiday guests relaxation and recuperation.


Chiemgau is the region around the 'Bavarian sea', also known as Chiemsee. The royal castle, Herrenchiemsee, and the island known as the Fraueninsel with the nuns cloister are, along with the watersports and aquatic activities, the most popular attractions of the Chiemsee.

With a landscape that varies from flat to mountainous , there is something for everyone in the Chiemgau, be it hiking or cycling, skiing or cross-country skiing. The Alpine ridge (to the right of the mountain view from Lamprechthof) offers this beautiful area a unique backdrop.


The city of Rosenheim looks like something from a Bavarian storybook. It has a southern flair with Alpine charm.

Attractive shops, upscale boutiques, and long-established stores in the city centre invite you to stroll and shop. Typical Bavarian inns and gourmet eateries offer a wide variety of local and international dishes. There are plenty of offerings for fans of culture too. Galleries, museums, and the Culture and Congress Centre offer a diverse programme.


The pearl of the Tyrol. Located on the Inn River, the city of Kufstein has endless possibilities for visitors. The Kaiserlift takes you up to the Tyrolean mountain landscape and the historic city centre lets you experience the fascinating history of this fortress city.

Among the historic structures, modern shopping centres invite you to stroll and shop.

Well-established restaurants entice visitors with traditional cuisine. And numerous bars and pubs offer a fantastic night scene for those who like to stay up until the sun rises.