- Inhabitants: 3.466
- Area: 94 km²
- Altitude (from): 542m ASL
- Altitude (to): 542m ASL
- Type of community: Municipality
- Longitude: 13,48196268081665
- Latitude: 47,718622466358731
Strobl’s nostalgic country houses, fine art nouveau villas and modern hotels create a wonderful blend of styles, both old and new. Over 100 years ago Strobl, on the southern shore of Lake Wolfgangsee, was already benefitting from its close proximity to Bad Ischl because the Imperial Summer Residence attracted the aristocracy and the upper classes to the Salzkammergut region and the shores of Lake Wolfgangsee.
Strobl’s former charm has been preserved and the wonderful natural landscape with its moors, alpine pastures and natural beaches make for a delightful holiday experience. The Postalm mountain pasture is considered to be the most beautiful high plateau of the Eastern Alps and is also Austria’s largest plateau - promising unlimited hiking opportunities for all those who love being out and about in the countryside.
Strobl also takes part in Lake Wolfgangsee’s Advent celebrations during the time leading up to Christmas, in which one beautifully-decorated village and its Christmas Market after the other can be reached by boat.
motorway from Vienna: exit Regau or Mondsee;
motorway from Salzburg: exit Thalgau, Fuschl, or take the exit Mondsee, Wolfgangsee;
federal road from Salzburg via Hof, Fuschl, Wolfgangsee
Salzburg main station - take the bus to the Wolfgangsee lake or the train to Bad Ischl and from there by bus to the Wolfgangsee lake.
Salzburg airport, continue by bus to the direction St. Gilgen / Bad Ischl.
Travelling by public transport
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Strobl’s nostalgic country houses, fine art nouveau villas and modern hotels create a wonderful blend of styles, both old and new. Strobl’s nostalgic country houses, fine art nouveau villas and modern hotels create a wonderful blend of styles, both old and new. Over...