The Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang is offering family holidays at Easter at a great price, with free skiing holidays for children up to 14 years old, including their lift pass.

The Skicircus has over 200 kilometres of well prepared slopes and 55 lifts in Austria's largest connected ski area.

The savings deal applies if at least one adult books a ski holiday, then one child up to 14 years receives free accommodation (when sharing their parents´ bedroom). Additional children will get a reduction of 50 percent (when sharing their parents´ bedroom). Children must be born in or after 1993, and they ski for free if their parents buy a ski pass valid for at least three days or more to qualify.

Here's a sample deal for two adults with two children: The family could enjoy three overnight stays with a three-day ski pass included in the period from 4th to 11th April in a bed and breakfast pension from a total of 393.60 Euros.

The second most popular destination in Austria (after the capital Vienna), Saalbach Hinterglemm offers some of the country's most exciting skiing and was the location for the 1991 Alpine World Championships. The resort was an Alpine village in its own right long before the advent of skiing.

Saalbach is marginally the larger (and louder) of the two villages, originally 4km (2.5 miles) apart, which have grown so much that they now almost meet in the middle. The chalet-style hotels at Saalbach with carved wooden balconies cluster around the custard-yellow church steeple. The resort is especially popular with the Dutch and German markets.