Our tip for your holiday in a luxury tent
To fully enjoy your time-out in one of the luxury tents, here’s a little tip for you: The nights in the mountains of Carinthia can be quite chilly in spring and autumn. Although we provide bed linen in your accommodation, it will be more cosy (and camping like) if you bring a sleeping bag from home.
Tree houses, luxury tents & glamping chalets in Carinthia
There are 6 different categories to choose from for your glamping holiday in Carinthia:
- Holiday house with 2 Bedrooms: 43 m², for up to 6 people
- Holiday house premium with 2 Bedrooms: 51 m², for up to 4 people, dogs welcome
- Holiday house with 3 Bedrooms: 60 m², for up to 6 people
- Luxury Tent Safari "Comfort": 31 m², for up to 4 people (summer season only)
- Luxury Tent Safari "Family": 38 m², for up to 6 people (summer season only), dogs welcome
- Tree House: 22,5 m² for up to 3 people (2 adults, 1 child)
Further highlights during your holiday in Gailtal, Carinthia
There is more to Glamping Village Kötschach than just the modern accommodation. Also, the resort's barbecue areas and meeting zones make relaxation and enjoyment easy to achieve. While the grown-ups get comfortable here, the little ones can frolic, slide and swing around at the nature playgrounds. The hammocks and yoga decks are also a real highlight, ensuring maximum well-being on your glamping holiday in Carinthia.
Relaxing glamping holiday in an idyllic location
The Glamping Village Kötschach is located directly at the edge of the forest in a dreamlike hillside location in the holiday region Nassfeld-Pressegger See, more precisely in the market town of Kötschach-Mauthen. Nestled between the Gailtal Alps and the Carnic Alps, you can enjoy a very special glamping holiday here in the Carinthian Gailtal. Only 14 km away: the Plöcken Pass, which takes you to Italy.
Glamping holidays in Carinthia: Activities & Surroundings
The holiday region Nassfeld-Pressegger See has numerous activities to offer: Hike a bit along the Carnic High Trail, conquer a via ferrata or visit a gorge. Take the mountain railway up to Nassfeld, where adventure playgrounds, a summer toboggan run and other experiences await you. A glamping trip to Carinthia's Gailtal valley guarantees skiing fun as well.
- Nearest train station: Hermagor (32 km), Oberdrauburg (15 km).
- Nearest supermarket: Lidl (850 m), Spar (1 km), Billa (1 km)
- Nearest airport: Klagenfurt (118 km)
- Ski slope: Vorhegg (directly at the resort), Nassfeld (25 km)
- Golf course: Nassfeld Golf (20 km)
Only a few steps away from the Glamping Village Kötschach, the Aquarena Kötschach-Mauthen provides extensive bathing fun during your time-out in the Carinthian Gailtal. The water and wellness oasis has an indoor and outdoor pool as well as its own children's area. Adults will especially enjoy the wellness area with sauna landscape.
Glamping holidays in the first Slow Food Travel Region
Indulgence is a top priority during your time-out in the Gailtal valley. After all, a glamping holiday in Carinthia also means a holiday in the first Slow Food Travel Region in the world. Whether bread, cheese or ice cream - here you have the opportunity to look over the shoulders of regional food producers and lend a hand yourself. Kötschach-Mauthen is also known beyond the country's borders for its cheese festival. Mmh!
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Region - Gailtal
Summer holidays in the Carinthian Gailtal
Hiking paths, via ferratas and geotrails near Kötschach-Mauthen
The Carnic, Gailtal and Julian Alps offer countless enjoyable opportunities to experience the mountains. Some people decide to explore stages of the 150 km long Karnischer Höhenweg (KHW403), also known as the “Via della Pace”, fascinating hikers with its mixture of magical mountain panoramas, relics from the First World War and unique geological features. Others love to take on the challenges of via ferratas such as the “Däumling” on the Gartnerkofel or the “Senza Confini” on the Cellon. Popular destinations also include alpine tarns such as Wolayersee and Zollnersee, while the region’s mountain huts promise welcome refreshment opportunities – including delectable cheeses – in this border region between Austria and Italy. Approximately 500 million years (!) of Earth’s history are presented on 5 different geotrails. On Geotrail Laas, for example, visitors discover the only petrified forest and the biggest planet fossils in Austria. On the Zollnersee geotrail, for its part, with a little bit of luck you might come across fossilized shells from an ancient tropical ocean.
Nassfeld summer lifts
The “Millenium Express” will carry you up to the Nassfeld, where numerous adventures await you. Pendolino, Carinthia’s longest Alpine slide, the Aqua Trail, a rocky labyrinth and a zipline tour. Single trails, flow trails, lifts & the Bike Giro: Nassfeld also has lots of variety and pure enjoyment in store for bikers, too.
Cycling, mountain biking and E-biking in Gailtal
The 46 cycling and mountain biking routes through this Carinthian holiday region extend for a total distance of 950 km. Look forward to virtually limitless biking enjoyment – not least because some of the tours straddle the border between Austria and Italy. The single-track trails are also quite unique, following pathways once used by smugglers. The opportunities are many and varied, certain to appeal to Sunday cyclists, families and downhillers alike.
A leap into the cold, wet water works wonders, especially on hot summer days and after an extended hike. Admission to the Aquarena, which is right next to Glamping Village Kötschach, is included for our guests free of charge. The natural swimming lake in Mauthen at the foot of the "Valentin" – with its gravel shore and 1700 m² water area – is especially popular with families. Then there is the Pressegger See in Hermagor (ca. 35 km) which, with a water temperature of up to 28°C, is one of the warmest swimming lakes in Austria. And Weissensee (ca. 45 km), one of Carinthia’s true natural jewels. Adventure-loving visitors may wish to book a canyoneering, rafting or river tubing tour. And hikers are certain to enjoy dangling their feet in one of the region’s refreshing, crystal-clear mountain lakes.
Our excursion tips
Tip 1: Historic Section of Lienz
A drive of roughly 40 minutes will bring you to the historic section of Lienz. The main town of East Tyrol lies at the foot of the Lienz Dolomites and has several sightseeing attractions in store for you. As you stroll through this town with its beautiful floral decorations, the colorful building facades immediately catch your eye.
The many colors radiate a particularly southern flair, so that an excursion to Lienz feels almost like a vacation in Italy. Standing right on the main square in Lienz is Schloss Liebburg, which nowadays serves as the townhall. The Church of St. Anthony and the Franciscan Monastery are also well worth a visit.
Tip 2: Weissensee
A daytrip is barely enough to discover the many and varied highlights of Weissensee. Summer or winter, it offers numerous recreational activities for the whole family.
Lake Weissensee lies directly at the foot of the Gailtal Alps. After a hike to the Naggler Alm or the Mittagsnock, you will be able to cool off in the crystal-clear water. Or how about enjoying a pleasant boat ride after a challenging day spent on the mountain bike trails of the region? In winter meanwhile, Weissensee invites you to go ice skating as well as alpine and cross-country skiing.
Tip 3: Aquarena Kötschach-Mauthen
Aquarena Kötschach is located right next to Glamping Village Kötschach. Rain or shine – here, the whole family will find just what they have been looking for. And best of all: Entrance to Aquarena Kötschach is free of charge for our guests.
In summer, the outdoor pool with diving platforms, spiderweb climbing net and trampoline is the No.1 choice for young and old looking to spend an action-packed day in and around the pool. On the other hand, the indoor pool with relaxation zone, sauna and slide, is the ideal destination on days when your holiday weather is less than perfect.
Tip 4: Outdoor Park Nassfeld
Are you already familiar with Outdoor Park Nassfeld? Whereas the Nassfeld ski area guarantees pure skiing enjoyment in winter, in summer it’s time to make your way up to the region’s popular Outdoor Park. Boasting a total area of 40,000 m² and 3000 meters of pure climbing, adrenaline kicks are guaranteed.
But before you begin: Safety first! The experienced guides will provide some basic coaching and outfit you with the right climbing gear. At that point, you will be ready to head for the fixed-cable climbs. In caves and canyons, you will be able to demonstrate your courage attached to cables high above the ground. So, are you brave enough to tackle the rope-, net- and bucket bridges on 12 different courses? The zipline is an absolute highlight. Safely harnessed in, you will be able to glide through the air and enjoy the unique views.
Winter holidays in the Carinthian Gailtal
Skiing and Snowboarding
Glamping Village Kötschach lies right next to the valley station of the Vorhegg family ski area. This ski area, with its uncrowded pistes, double chairlift, tow and 2 practice lifts in Kötschach, is practically perfect for families and beginners. After a day on the piste and out in the snow, a visit to the Aquarena – likewise next to our Glamping Village – will provide all the relaxation you crave. If you are looking for even more variety on the pistes, you might decide to drive (free ski bus also available, takes about 25 minutes) to Nassfeld: 110 kilometers of family-friendly slopes, 30 lifts, a snowpark, speed hills and around 850 hours of sunshine in winter, make Nassfeld not only the sunniest, but also one of the most popular ski areas in Carinthia. Whenever you wish, take a break at one of the 25 huts and restaurants in the ski area. The Italian border runs right along the Nassfeld Pass. Which means, during your day of skiing in Carinthia, you can also enjoy a short detour into Italy.
Cross-country skiing, winter hiking, ski touring
Awaiting you in Kötschach-Mauthen alone are almost 60 km of beautifully maintained cross-country ski trails with a full range of difficulty. These double-tracked trails have been awarded the Carinthian Trail Seal of Quality. If you really want to take a relaxed approach to your winter getaway, you might consider setting out on walks along eight marked winter hiking paths through the snowy countryside. Ski tourers also find just what they are looking for in the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region – the Carnic and Gailtal Alps boast numerous rewarding summits! We have yet another tip for adventurers: In the Austrian Alpine Association recreation area, you will discover a 28 meters-high ice tower. In other words, a great opportunity to see if you have what it takes to become an intrepid ice climber.
Sledding and ice-skating
A 2 kilometers-long sled run drops from the Gailberghöhe down to Kötschach. Toboggans and sleds for use on the natural floodlit sled run can be borrowed at Gasthof Gailberghöhe. Other runs are located in pristine Lesachtal, for example at the Tuffbad, or the 7 km long run in Obertilliach. At the Austrian Alpine Association recreation area, ice skaters also have an opportunity to show off their skills.
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