Nannies in St Anton
MeriNannies offers you top quality nanny services in St Anton. Please see bellow some useful info about the resort and kids' activities in St Anton.
What our Merinannies can do with kids in St Anton
St. Anton am Arlberg offers great programs for children and here is where our nannies become their best friend! There is a 4 km illuminated natural toboggan run from Gampen to Nasserein to the Rodelstall. This is open daily from 12pm to 4pm and with evening tobogganing between 7.30pm to 9.30pm on a couple of evenings per week ( check with your nanny). This activity is for older kids. There are horse-drawn carriage rides in the snowy Verwall Valley.
Ice skating, ice curling, watching the St Anton ski instructors ski at night on a torch lit descent every Wednesday night. Watch the free style skiers perform aerial acrobatic tricks. In the heart of St. Anton am Arlberg, our nannies take all age children to the modern Center for Wellness where they can swim and relax afterwards. Here you can also swim outdoors and admire the stunning scenery. We advise to bring swimming nappies with you for your babies if taking part in this activity.
Arl.Rock Sports Centre – Multi choice sports. A classic indoor sports activity centre for older kids, Arl.Rock’s main attraction is the huge climbing facility. With a climbing area of almost 1,000 square metres indoor and outdoor, this place brings together everything for boulder, lead, fixed rope and ice climbing.
About St Anton
St Anton is a modern holiday resort that has retained its traditional appeal and is famous for it’s off-piste skiing and apres-ski.
The ski area is linked to St Christoph and Stuben, with regular buses to Lech. It has a large number of off-piste itineray runs as well as the 274km of normal pistes.
There is a sports centre, swimming pool, ice rink, tenpin bowling and a climbing wall.
Apres-Ski in St Anton is some of the best, with slopeside après ski bars located a few hundred metres from the start of central St Anton. There is one main street that runs through St Anton and this is where the majority of the restaurants, bars and clubs can be found.
The closest airport is Innsbruck, which is easily accessible by train and car with a transfer time around 1 to 1.5hrs. It’s thus a good place for a shortbreak, although getting accommodation that’s not Sat-to-Sat can be difficult.
Accommodation is varied, with many hotels, B&B’s, catered chalets and self-catering apartments.