Visit Maria Rain – the twin-towered pilgrimage church with the rock walls of Mount Koschuta in the background will remain in your memory for a long time to come.
If you want to get into gear, you’ll find that Carinthia is first-class for cycling in spring, summer and autumn.
The Carinthian lakes offer cyclists special and unique experiences. Varied routes invite everyone to cycle along the lakesides, whether with a racing bicycle, mountain bike or simply slowly pedalling along the shores. Numerous restaurants, cafés and public houses make travelling the circuits around the Carinthian lakes an unforgettable experience.read on
Grossglockner/Heiligenblut, Möll Valley Glacier, Ankogel. The three highest ski areas of Carinthia are enthroned with the 3,798 metres high Grossglockner, Austria’s highest peak, towering up amidst them.
The region around the city of Villach is a swimming and hiking paradise for all the family: beautiful, crystal-clear lakes and a natural landscape that provides everything from quiet walks to adventurous climbing tours. Tthere are also numerous alpine chalets and inns that offer culinary delicacies influenced by the three different cultures of Carinthia, Slovenia and Italy.