Within three miles you find numerous bathing facilities with a large variety of bathing beaches are provided on Rauschelesee, Keutschachersee and Lake Woerth. Pond Spintik is located idyllic in the forest and is accessible by foot in 15 - 20 minutes. Many Carinthian lakes can be circuted on biking trails.
Carinthia offers uncountable opportunities for hiking. A very popular migratory route leads through the southern situated Bärental (bear valley) up to the alpine hut Klagenfurter Hütte and even as far away as Slovenia. The rambling paradise for hiking Nock Mountains impresses through the unique scenery. In the vicinity you can explore the lake-valley Keutschach on forest paths.
In the year 2013 in Keutschach the worldwide highest wooden viewing tower with the highest roofended chute in Europe was opened. From the highest viewing platform at an altitude of 70,6 m you enjoy an unique sight over the beautiful Carinthian landscape.
The famous archaeological excavations of the ruins from the Roman city Aquileia are worth visiting. The four hectare comprising archaeological park is part of the Carinthian State Museum.
Klagenfurt am Wörthersee
The provincial capital of Carinthia is a pretty Renaissance city with 100.000 inhabitants. The native town of Ingeborg Bachmann provides several places of interest.
Abought 150 known places of interest from all over the world invite to go on a miniature world tour. The small world on the Lake Woerth is manufactured detailed and most from original materials on a scale of 1:25.