The Kärnten Card is the key to adventure, fun and lots of advantages. It opens the doors to more than 100 destinations in Carinthia, and you may return to your favourite attractions on as many days as you like. Furthermore we have more than 60 bonus partners, who allow exclusive reductions to all visitors with Kärnten Card.
A huge nature park with exciting attractions: treetop trail, foxes’ den, bouncy bounce, tree labyrinth, giant slide, rope bridge, animal park, wire walk, many interesting playing and climbing areas
In Carinthia’s most beautiful park there’s always something in full bloom. 50.000 plants have been collected with care for over 35 years: rhododendron wood, azalea, Japanese wood, hydrangea, lilies, hostas, rose arcades and much more in 20 thematic gardens and 50 attractions. The Celtic tree circle, the stone labyrinth and the willow dome are special places to recreate and recharge – 365 days of the year.
In the huge lime rock of Griffner Schlossberg you'll find Austria's most colourful stalactite cave. Fireplaces, pieces of ancient tools and extinct animals like cave bear and mammoth are the silent witnesses of ancient times.
The Obir Stalactite Caves - Austria’s most fascinating natural wonder - are waiting to amaze you with their unique world of caves.
This museum of history presents precious artworks from antiquity to the present time as well as examples of sacral traditions, archeological fi ndings, rustic furniture and traditional costumes.
Without clothes for days on end – like Adam and Eve in paradise. Enjoy the feeling of being nude when bathing, sunbathing, at the sports fi eld and the playground and when hiking to mountain pasture Lidoalm.
The viewpoint Siebenhütten at an altitude of 1.700 m is easy to reach by cable car. Here you can enjoy the great view to the whole southern Carinthian region with its multifarious landscape.
Solar-heated swimming pool, 310 m² water surface, baby pool, 40 m long water slide, idyllic, quiet position.
The museum of painter Werner Berg, one of the most significant Austrian artists of the 20th century, has become a centre of attraction for art lovers from all over Europe.