Six lakes warm enough to swim in, including the warmest swimming lake in Europe at 28°C – Lake Klopeiner See – form the perfect setting for relaxing days with the family. Plus there are loads of family-friendly hosts who will help make your holiday the best time of the year. And the Kärnten Card with over 100 destinations will help take the strain off your wallet.
With more than 800 kilometres of hiking routes at heights of 440 to 2,139 metres, a unique landscape is open to hikers between the Saualpe to the north and the Karawanken to the south.
Nature experiences without bounds for anglers. In probably the most beautiful landscapes in Southern Carinthia, absolutely top class fishing awaits you.
Nine family-friendly campsites offer maximum camping enjoyment as they are situated right by the water! In summer the lake temperature reaches up to 28 degrees Celsius.
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.
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.
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 the ecclesiastical significance here.
The treasure house of Carinthia in the Benedictine St. Paul monastery. Nestled in the fertile landscape of the lower Lavant Valley St. Paul’s Abbey rises on a cone of rock.
The popular destination in Lower Carinthia. On the trail of the Middle Ages.
Enter and discover Austria’s most fascinating wonder of nature! Plunge into a subterranean world – a symbiosis of nature and man.
The unique and colourful exotic bird world at Lake Turnersee.
The Liaunig Museum has one of the best collections of Austrian art from 1950, supplemented by prominent works from foreign painters and sculptors. The attractively staged permanent exhibition “Gold of the Akan” offers a contrasting programme.