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Farming village Embach

Farming village Embach

Home-made organic bread

Fresh from the field and straight into the baking oven

On the Franzl family’s cornfield in Embach, you can have a go yourself, and follow all of the processes involved around the healthy grains that we enjoy every day in the bread we eat. Visitors can try out being a miller and a baker. The flower is ground in the mill, and then used to make your own bread. Useful information about making bread will also help you at home to get the right bread for your bread bin, or perhaps even to bake it yourself. The wonderful smelling loaves of bread are of course for you to take with you after your efforts.

Contact:
Familie Franzl | P.: 0043 664 2823461
Mail.: [email protected]

Opening hours: Week-program

Herbal Garden – “Hoadabauer”

Experience herbs and naturopathy – at the herbal garden “Hoadabauer” in Embach

Our TEH certified herbal garden (Traditional European Medicine) is situated on a very sunny place in Embach, the largest farming village of Salzburg. TEH means Traditional European Medicine (“Heilkunde”) and highlights especially the knowlege of the Pinzgau region around Embach. The TEH is one of UNESCO’s immaterial cultural heritages.

Interested people of all ages can experience this fantastic natural highlight during regular herbal tours and seminars. For a short break during the herbal walk you can relax on wooden sunbeds or try some regional delicacies like homemade bread, bacon, cheese, spreads, etc. Of course also the herbs of the herbal garden are used for the tasty dishes!

Contact: Familie Erika & Paul Schwab| P.: 0043 664 73487694
Mail: [email protected] | Web: www.kraeutergarten-hoadabauer.at

Have a go at potting

Make something by yourself

In the pottery owned by the Weissacher family in Embach in Pinzgau, you won’t just find wonderful pottery to marvel at, but you also have the chance of trying your hand yourself. Young guests especially enjoy this, and it is adds a touch of variety for them. Your creativity is set free and you can let your imagination run loose, modelling however you like. The procedures used to transform the mass of clay into completed items are really interesting. If you are staying long enough in Embach, you can even get your home-made works of art glazed before take them home with you.

Opening times: Week program

Contact: Familie Weissacher | P.: 0043 664 5328961
Mail.: [email protected] | www.appartement-weissacher.at

Tee off from an old tractor, putt into a milk churn

The panoramic path on the high plateau of Embach stretches over 6 km and contains golf stations. The Embach mountain golf course was built from utensils from the farms of Embach, with much attention to detail. You tee off for example from an old horse-drawn sledge, and later putt the ball into the hole across a wooden lath into an old mill. On the golf course you can also discover the local flora and fauna, and all the time have the breathtaking panorama of the mountain scenery of Salzburgerland accompanying you during your 2 to 3 hour round. There is plenty of fun to be had here, and 3 mountain restaurants offer you refreshment en route, including local delicacies.

Opening times: daily from May to October

Contact: Gasthof Krämerwirt | P.: 0043 6543 7216 | Mail.: [email protected] & Embacherhof | P.: 0043 6543 7227 | Mail.: [email protected]

Unteregg farm experience

Insights into farming and countrylife

Andrea and Hannes, organic farmers, warmly welcome you to their farm, where you get to know the life as a famer, and feeding the animals in the shed is a real highlight for children, and provides the opportunity for wonderful photos for the family album. Your curiosity will be awakened as you discover interesting background information about life as an organic farmer, and the secret recipes of home-made produce in the farm shop. A visit to the Unteregg farm in Embach is an unforgettable experience for the whole family. Great photos with the animals, and local delicacies from the farm shop are perfect souvenirs and presents for those back home. It is now even possible to have a go at distilling your own schnapps at the Lainer family’s farm in Embach.

Opening times: week program

Contact: Familie Lainer | P.: 0043 664 5581229 | Mail.: [email protected] | www.unteregg.at