The Hemmaberg with its striking cliffs is visible well into the Jaun Valley. Find out more about the archaeological excavations, the pilgrimages, the St. Rosalia grotto and its ecclesiastical significance here.
St. Paul monastery soars on a cone of rock nestling in the landscape of the lower Lavant Valley. The site where there once stood a Roman fort and later the castle of the Spanheim dynasty was resettled in 1091 by the Benedictine monks from the famous Hirsau Monastery.
The museum of the painter Werner Berg (1904 – 1981), one of the most important artists of the 20th century, has become a centre of attraction for art lovers from all over Europe.
Take the cable car up to 1,700 metres above sea level, where you can enjoy a fabulous view over the entire region of Southern Carinthia.
A very special kind of cycling experience: with expert guidance, regular tours are organised through the mountain and at the same time from one country to another.
The popular destination in Lower Carinthia. On the trail of the Middle Ages.
“Enjoyment on the river” – that is the motto aboard the MS Magdalena – let yourself be carried away by the beauty of the Southern Carinthian landscape.
Enter and discover Austria’s most fascinating wonder of nature! Plunge into a subterranean world – a symbiosis of nature and man.