SONNENMAHDApartments in Ischgl.

A warm welcome to Sonnenmahd!


Our holiday home ‘Sonnenmahd’ is situated a little outside of the Ischgl town centre in the hamlet ‘Versahl’.


The sunny and tranquil location of the establishment is especially pleasant. The Ischgl cableway installations are 2-3 minutes away in the car or on the ski shuttle. Perfect for all those who enjoy peace and quiet but all the same don’t want to go without seeing Ischgl.

At the “Sonnenmahd” we have 5 modern and stylishly furnished holiday flats for 2-6 people to offer you, each equipped with all the modern conveniences.

 

In addition, heated lockers are provided for your ski equipment at the Pardatschgratbahn (free of charge).


If you would like to enquire, we would be delighted to help, The Winkler Family.

Ski holiday in Ischgl
Silvretta Arena

Skiurlaub

A village of 1,500 people, multi award winning and much acclaimed: Silvretta-Arena, with its 238 km of groomed pistes, today ranks among the most popular winter hotspots worldwide. The Ski Mecca of the Alps rises to peak form each winter for its guests. From skiing in the Silvretta Arena via concerts with international stars right in the midst of the skiing area, then on to the entertainment and shopping or the heights of culinary achievement – the renowned Ischgl winter gets you high as the sky with its exuberant holiday flair – it’s not for nothing that the saying here goes: Relax if you can...!

Summer holiday in Tyrol
Silvretta Card all inclusive

Silvretta Card

Experience each breath as with each step you fill your lungs with fresh air while coming one step closer to the Tyrolean mountain sky. In summer the wonderful mountain landscape of the Silvretta Arena comes to light as an awe-inspiring paradise for hikers and mountainbikers. Year after year, visitors and locals alike cherish the multitude of diverse Hiking and Bike trails in and around Ischgl. While you’re about, have the cable cars and chairlifts – which can be used for free with the Silvretta Card all inclusive take you up into the mountains of Ischgl.