Warm colours and multicoloured splendour.
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
The historic heart of Carinthia is situated between the Saualpe and the Nock Mountains. The Noric Region and Hemmaland bear witness to a cultural history dating back thousands of years that can still be experienced today in this realm of attractions.
In the Lieser and Malta Valleys, nestling idyllically between the two national parks Hohe Tauern and Nock Mountains, a holiday is a back-to-nature experience for the whole family, especially as children are given such a warm welcome.