In the heart of Europe, located in the breathtaking alpine village of Zell am See with its variety of shops, aprés ski bars and restaurants, together with its neighbouring town Kaprun and the adjacent Kitzsteinhorn glacier (3.203 meters). It is only a walk of a few minutes that takes you to the CityXpress gondola, which will take you to the great slopes of the Schmittenhoehe ski resort (2000 meters). Alternatively, you can benefit from the ski bus service to the ski resort of Kaprun (Kitzsteinhorn and Maiskogel).


Zell am See and Kaprun are a perfect destination for an overseas investment property as they offer year-round ‘all season’ holiday resorts. This is a place where you, your family, friends and guests can find adventure and excitement, culture, fun, friendship, health, wellness, relaxing and peace of mind all year round. Since 1966, the two villages Zell am See and Kaprun have been synonymous for great all season holidays, aside from the 138 km ski slopes and stunning scenery. Throughout the year, Zell and Kaprun are an attraction for outdoor enthusiasts with a multitude of activities and sports like swimming, diving, sailing, fishing in the stunning Zeller lake or golfing on one of the greatest golf courses in the Alps with 36 holes between the two villages. Hiking, biking, and hunting are also possible in the surrounding areas. The existing airport also offers a wide range of air sports and offers you the possibility of a luxury arrival/departure.


If you are looking for a stable investment location, with capital preservation and solid yield as your key criteria, Austria offers you a variety of attractive opportunities. The Austrian real estate market is internationally renown and represents one of the most stable all over Europe. Indeed, the Financial Times has ranked the Austrian real estate market in 2009 among the 10 most popular places worldwide – and this as the only alpine country. Nationwide, Zell am See has established itself in 2010 as the second most expensive residential area directly after the first district in Vienna. Austria is also the second most popular tourist destination in the Alps after France.