The Styrian Apple Road leads you through the middle of the ApfelLand in eastern Styria with over half a million fruit trees. ... the orchard of Austria " A journey to paradise".
The Styrian Apple Road In 1986 about 40 farmers got together and founded the association "Styrian Apple Road". The basic idea was to strengthen the economic power of the region and to bring the wonderful area of local fruit growing closer to all people. This is how the approximately 25-kilometer-long apple route was created, which begins near Gleisdorf on the Wechselbundesstraße (B54) and stretches across five communities. A great variety is offered: fresh fruit, cider, apple juice, noble brandies and various apple products. For the physical well-being Buschenschänke and good catering establishments provide. The center of fruit growing is Puch bei Weiz. Whether you travel the apple route at blossom or harvest time, it will always be an experience. The annual main events like the Apple Blossom Festival "Apfelstraßen - Erlebnisfahrt" - in the middle of September Apfelmontgolfiade - (International balloonists meeting) - end of October are a popular meeting place for young and old. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Worth a trip at any time of the year