St. Martin is a town in Saalachtal of the Pinzgau region in Salzburg.
It has a total masses of approximately 1,100.
Since it incorporates two namesakes inside the Salzburg region one St. Martin am Tennengebirge and an estate that is no locale, yet known, the name is ordinarily refined by including "bei Lofer" - demonstrating the district to the tremendous neighbor.
St. Martin is helpful for climbing, skiing is superior to normal at the nearby by Loferer Alm skiing locale.
In the early Middle Ages, the district around Lofer was a bit of Baia.
In 1228, the Pinzgau was acquired by the Prince Archbishop of Salzburg, which lost its opportunity in the Napoleonic Wars and ended up Austrian in 1816.