GLAMPING UNITES COMFORT WITH NATURE EXPERIENCES
Glamping! The new trend. The perfect combination of outdoor feeling and comfort. Glamping is a term that is actually a blend of two words that say it all, “glamorous” and “camping”, in other words, camping with a hint of luxury. No equipment needed, not even a can opener. You will spend your nights in extraordinary accommodations, your options encompassing everything from treehouses to re-functioned wine vats, from tiny houses to luxury tents. Community showers and WCs were yesterday. Today’s glamping facilities include a private bathroom and a real bed. But in addition to comfort, the glamper also values nature and special outdoor experiences. That’s why most glamping locations are in idyllic settings with opportunities for active recreation in nature. Which also applies to our newest “ALPS baby”: Glamping Village Kötschach in Gailtal, Carinthia.
GLAMPING VILLAGE KÖTSCHACH: OPENS WINTER 21/22
Our new ALPS RESORT in Gailtal, Carinthia, close to the Italian border, consists of treehouses, luxury tents and glamping chalets. On the forest’s edge and in an idyllic hillside setting, it is the perfect “base” for your glamping holiday in the Austrian mountains, between the Carnic and Gailtal Alps. Our glamping accommodations are fully equipped, which means: You will be sleeping in comfy beds, be able to freshen up in the bathroom under a tropical rain shower, in the fully equipped kitchen you will find a range, dishwasher, refrigerator/freezer, while in the treehouse and glamping chalet, you will even enjoy the convenience of a stove and microwave. In this new ALPS RESORT, you will also discover encounter zones, nature playgrounds, grill sites and yoga decks. And if nature weren’t enough, there is also plenty of wellness: directly next to the Glamping Resort is the Aquarena Water & Wellness Oasis (free admission for our guests, excl. sauna area). The treehouses and glamping chalets are also open in winter, the small Vorhegg Family Ski Area borders on our Glamping Village, while the Nassfeld is easily reached using the free ski shuttle.