Kundl is a market town built on sediment from the Wilschönauer Ache river. It lies in the administrative district of Kufstein at 526 metres above sea level and was home to an important Roman settlement.
In the 20th century a number of well-known companies came to Kundl, but the town is just as well known as a destination for holidaymakers wishing to explore the Tirolean Unterland. Highlights in the village itself include an ice hockey arena, a large swimming pool with slide, and plenty of outdoor playgrounds. The Kundler Klamm canyon is also well worth a visit. It has a pushchair-friendly walking path taking visitors along the banks of the thundering river. Kundl is also known for its customs and traditions, such as the Leonhardi-Ritt in early November to the St.-Leonhard-Kirche church followed by an outdoor church service and a blessing of horses.