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    The joy of autumn

    The joy of winter in Carinthia is many-sided.

    When families feel like taking a winter holiday on the sunny southern side of the Alps, with reliable snow and wide, gentle slopes, then the genial hosts in Carinthia are the obvious choice. Now with the “Family Euro” in Bad Kleinkirchheim children can enjoy a skiing holiday that offers exceptional value for money.

    Due to its favourable geographical position in the Alps-Adriatic region, Carinthia is especially spoiled by the sun and enjoys a mild winter climate, yet still benefits from plenty of snow. Arrive and feel good – nowhere else is this promise honoured as much as in Carinthia. The more than 1,000 kilometres of slopes in the 31 Carinthian and East Tyrolean ski regions offer comfortable family descents, gentle slopes and very little hustle and bustle. Winter here still has much more to offer than just clocking up mileage on the slopes.

    With the ski courses offered by the Carinthian ski schools, everyone is guaranteed to get the hang of things quickly, which is why there is a 3-day ski course with a money-back guarantee of success.
    In Carinthia and East Tyrol all the ski regions can be enjoyed with just one ski pass, the Top Ski Pass, which gives access to all the slopes. There are also a large number of regional family offers and attractive packages. In Bad Kleinkirchheim, for example, children under 12 can get carving on all the slopes for just one Euro for each day’s skiing with the “Family Euro” weekly package.

    Winter in Carinthia means enjoyment and relaxation, whether you opt for a snowshoe hike through the wintry forest or the views from the Römerbad thermal spa over the mountain panorama. You can also switch off totally in the new KärntenTherme spa in Warmbad-Villach. And Carinthia’s first bathhouse right on the shore of Lake Millstätter See offers a sensory experience whatever the season.