Small, lovely – and full of possibilities!
With 700 inhabitants, the village of Obertilliach in East Tyrol's Lesach Valley is an alpine holiday paradise for families and fans of the finer things in life. Situated at an altitude of 1,450 metres above sea level, this is a place where in all four seasons you will be welcomed with genuine Tyrolean hospitality and can have holidays which will remain in your memory for the rest of your life.
A Modern Village with Tradition
Obertilliach was first mentioned in written records prior to the year 1100 – but it took a while until the first holiday visitors made their way here. Today holidaymakers love spending time here as the pure beauty of the East Tyrolean mountains is particularly appealing in both summer and winter.
With the Obertilliach Cable Cars to the Mountain Peaks
For hiking or paragliding, skiing or biathlon: the Obertilliach cable cars take visitors a little closer to heaven all year-round. Outdoor sports in Obertilliach's crystal-clear mountain air are simply incredibly fun. When you return to the village with its landmarked farmhouses, some dating back 300 years, your heart will jump for joy.
James Bond in Obertilliach
It's not only holidaymakers who appreciate Obertilliach and its rustic atmosphere: Agent 007 even visited us in the line of duty. In his 24th silver-screen adventure "Spectre", James Bond made quite a scene in Obertilliach. After all during filming, a car chase and subsequent aircraft crash-landing into a specially built farmhouse and several exchanges of fire created quite the buzz in an otherwise slightly more tranquil village. But nevertheless it is rumoured that James Bond truly enjoyed his time in Obertilliach.