Holidays St. Thomas a. Blasenstein

At an elevation of 722 meters above sea level you can relax away from the chaos of daily life... In St. Thomas you will find unspoiled nature in abundance and a well-preserved culture. 43% of the village area are forests while four hectares are waters. The residents are relaxed and charming and seem to be above it all, which may be due to the fact that the Alps are close at hand?!

The scenic surroundings are dotted by 63 wayside shrines, countless rock formations and stones, and many romantic and idyllic spots, as well as a great number of unique cultural assets.

Special Features:
Cross Country Ski Track, Mountain Bike Trail, Tennis Courts, Ice Curling Alley, Asphalt Curling Alleys, Horseback Riding Tracks
Explore a magnificent Cultural Landscape! The most famous attraction of St. Thomas is the "Buckelwehluck´n" Stone, which has a long history dating back to prehistoric times. People believe that whoever crawls through this hole, will get rid of sins and sickness (backache and rheumatic pain). People are said to be reborn as healthy persons.
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Information on the region

In St. Thomas you will find very beautiful and perfectly maintained wayside shrines and chapels. The lovely surrounding scenery awaits you with unspoiled nature where a great variety of stones can be found.
What´s more, St. Thomas is famous for the mummified corpse of an 18th century canon.

Special Features:
Cross Country Ski Track, Mountain Bike Trail, Tennis Courts, Ice Curling Alley, Asphalt Curling Alleys, Horseback Riding Farm
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Climate & Weather

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Travel Route & Address

Autobahn Exit Ybbs, Amstetten or Enns:

Ybbs - Grein - St. Thomas

Amstetten - Grein - St. Thomas

Linz - Mauthausen - Perg - Münzbach - St. Thomas
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By Railroad to Perg and Grein - Bus Service to St. Thomas (14km)

Linz/Hörsching Airport or Salzburg Airport
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Tourismusverband St. Thomas am Blasenstein
Markt 7
4364 St. Thomas am Blasenstein, Austria