Welcome to Andermatt!

WITH BLOSSOMING PASTURES, LOVELY FRESHNESS IN SUMMER AND SNOW-BLANKETED MOUNTAINS IN WINTER, ANDERMATT EMBODIES THE SOUL OF SWITZERLAND IN A UNIQUE WAY.

LOCATED IN THE HEART OF SWITZERLAND
1 hr from Lucerne | 1.5 hrs from Basel and Zurich
2 hrs from Milan | 4 hrs from Munich

Nestled within the Urseren Valley, Andermatt is surrounded by an untouched alpine countryside like no other Swiss mountain village. The expansive high-mountain valley at the foot of the Gotthard Massif with its historic alpine passes delights visitors with ample sun and excellent water and air quality. Water plays an especially central role here – the Rhine, Reuss, Ticino and Rhone, four of Europe’s major rivers, originate in the Gotthard region, where permanent ice and glaciers cling to the mountain peaks.

“Carpe diem” in Andermatt means enjoying high Alpine skiing in the morning and,
in the afternoon, swinging your club on a green in an idyllic location …

Thanks to excellent access via key national and international transport arteries, these natural treasures are actually close by. They are reached from Stuttgart or Munich within just four hours, from Milan within just two and from Zurich within just 90 minutes. Railways lead to Andermatt from every direction of the compass. The mountain village is within ten minutes of the international north-south autobahn. If you prefer flying, you are just one to two hours from major airports at Zurich, Basel or Milan. And in Buochs, just 45 minutes away from Andermatt, there is a private airfield.


ANDERMATT SWISS ALPS

ANDERMATT SWISS ALPS IS DEVELOPING THE CHARMING MOUNTAIN VILLAGE OF ANDERMATT INTO A UNIQUE FIRST-CLASS YEAR-ROUND DESTINATION.

 

The customised real estate offering from a single source is supplemented by a wide range of family-friendly sporting and recreational opportunities. The breath-taking 18-hole par 72 golf course is nestled perfectly into the surrounding mountainous terrain. When finished, the new Andermatt-Sedrun ski destination, with over 120 kilometres of pistes, will be the largest ski region in Central Switzerland – with slopes for demanding as well as recreational skiers. Numerous new infrastructure elements and public facilities such as an indoor pool and new restaurants complete the overall picture. Thanks to careful planning, Andermatt Swiss Alps is well integrated into tradition-rich Andermatt and displays a typical village character, enhanced by the new car-free central zone.

The attractive mix of hotels, apartment houses and chalets offers a wide range of residential choices, from one-bedroom holiday apartments to spacious apartments to exclusive penthouses. Once complete, the resort will boast six new 4- or 5-star hotels, 490 apartments in 42 buildings and about 28 chalets. The sustainable planning concept and an uncompromising focus on quality are the best prerequisites for longterm appreciation of value, promising an attractive real estate investment.

Careful management of resources runs through the Andermatt Swiss Alps project like a golden thread. All apartments and hotels meet the MINERGIE® standard, a recognized Swiss quality label for sustainable and ecologically designed buildings with greatly reduced energy consumption. Electricity and heat are produced exclusively from renewable sources, making for CO2-neutral energy supply to all the real estate properties.
Also the re-naturalisation of the Reuss, the car-free centre of the resort and the inclusion of environmental organisations in the planning and construction of the golf course and the ski destination are in line with the concept of environmental sustainability.


Winter magic

Every winter the high-alpine mountain valley around Andermatt unfolds its special magic for the whole family. With its snow-covered streets, the village gives you a true winter feeling. Thanks to the east-west orientation, the winter trails and cross-country skiing trails on the valley floor enjoy plenty of sun. The southern slopes of the Gemsstock are predestined for powder runs, while the sunny eastern slopes of Nätschen-Gütsch offer refreshing and family-friendly outings to restaurants, broad pistes and sledding trails. And off the slopes, snowshoe excursions will tempt you. The Andermatt ice rink offers added fun and a stimulating change of pace, and whoever seeks even more adrenalin can go ice climbing at nearby Göschenen.


Mountain summer

Whether in search of sporting activity or relaxation, young or young at heart, a couple or family: In Andermatt everyone will find what they like 365 days a year. The many hours of sunshine are another enticement to go outdoors and enjoy activities in the fresh air. In summer, the region invites you to go hiking, Nordic walking, climbing and mountain biking in the breath-taking mountain countryside. Some 500 kilometres of hiking trails offer ideal routes for all ability levels. Further attractive outdoor activities include golf, horseback riding, fishing and tennis. Or do you like even more action? Then river rafting is the thing for you.


Golf world

Golfers love Andermatt. The 18-hole par 72 championship golf course, developed in compliance with rigorous environmental standards, is located immediately adjacent to the village and is beautifully nestled into the spectacular mountain countryside. Measuring 1.3 million square meters, over 6 kilometres long, and designed to international tournament standards, it is one of the most attractive golf courses in the Alps. It was designed by the renowned architects Kurt Rossknecht, Lindau (Germany). The clubhouse with restaurant and lounge & bar presents guests a year-round culinary offering, in summer for the golfers and in winter for the cross-country skiers, hikers and snowshoers. An additional dozen 9- and 18-hole golf courses are nearby enough for a day’s outing.