Villa-BellaVista is built in Sankt Jakob in Haus, the smallest village in the centre of Pillerseetal. Here, in this sunny valley, times runs different - here you can take your relaxation, feel the pleasure in your stay and taste the pure nature.
In winter, mountain-tops covered with snow, glittering snow plains and the silence of the village promises you a relaxing winter-sport holiday. You can go on skiing, snowboarding, walking etc. Here in the heart of Pillerseetal there always are a lot of things you can do.
The holiday apartments (non-smoking) of Villa-BellaVista are situated at about 200 yards of the ski lifts of Sankt Ulrich. Nearby these lifts in winter, there is the biggest BOBO children's holiday camp from Tirol. Here your children can be teached in a playful manner the art of skiing.
Also near to the ski lifts, you can take the ski bus to go a nearby ski area: for instance the Steinplatte in Waidring, the slopes of Fieberbrunn or to the ski areas in Sankt Johann in Tirol. In the neighbourhood there also are some other ski areas like Kitzbühler-Alpen or Saalbach Hinterglemm, to where you easily can go by car.
In summer, in this sunny village in Tirol you also can enjoy your holiday perfectly. Several mountains surround the small village of Sankt Jakob, which invites you to go on walking. There are many short and long routes, from easy walks to mountaineering for the more practised ones. Also with your bicycle there are a lot of possibilities to enjoy the surroundings.
Tips for trips by car: Chiemsee (45 minutes), Salzburg (45 minutes), Innsbrück (90 minutes) and Munich (90 minutes).
Also in St. Jakob you'll find "Familienland", an kindly fun park for active children with a flying circus, Pirate ship, Roller coaster and much more... So in summer, there also are a lot of possibilities to enjoy a delicious and relaxed holiday.
If you have any questions or remarks, then you can always send us a email.
On the page were you find our postal address, you'll also find our email address.
Chrétien van der Leest en Edwin Veldt