ALPS RESORTS GOES GLAMPING IN CARINTHIA - AUSTRIA
Have you ever dreamed about spending a night in a treehouse or luxury tent? Or in a glamorous chalet, though with a camping atmosphere? In that case, we have good news for you: ALPS goes Glamping! In spring 2022, Glamping Village Kötschach will be opened in Gailtal, Carinthia. At our brand-new Glamping Resort in Austria, you will be able to spend your summer or winter holidays in and with nature, on the forest’s edge in a magically scenic setting. The “Vorhegg”, a small Carinthian family ski area, is located right next to Glamping Village Kötschach.
Included for our guests in addition to abundant nature, open spaces and creature comforts: daily admission to the Aquarena in Kötschach, a “water and wellness oasis” right next to our Glamping Resort. In other words, a camping vacation with more than a hint of luxury - glamourous camping with ALPS RESORTS.
Glamping in Gailtal, Carinthia, close to the Nassfeld
Glamping Village Kötschach is located on the edge of the forest and in an idyllic hillside setting in the Carinthian market town of Kötschach. Kötschach-Mauthen, at 700 meters above sea level, is nestled between the Gailtal and Carnic Alps, at the entrance to Lesachtal and on the border with Italy (via the Plöcken Pass). Lesachtal is famous as the “most pristine valley in Europe”.
At our Glamping Village Kötschach, you can choose between 5 accommodation categories, with options that range from a Safari Family Tent (only bookable in summer) to a comfortable treehouse or a glamping chalet.
- Glamping Chalet "Aurora": 43 m² for up to 5 people
- Glamping Chalet "Alpline": 51 m² for up to 4 people
- Glamping Chalet "Village": 60 m² for up to 6 people
- Luxury Tent Safari "Comfort": 31 m² for up to 4 people (summer only)
- Luxury Tent "Family": 38 m² for up to 6 people (summer only)
- Tree House: 22 m² for up to 3 people
In addition to comfortable tents, treehouses and glamping chalets, at Glamping Village Kötschach you will also find grilled areas, encounter zones, natural playgrounds with water features, as well as yoga decks for reenergizing asanas or relaxation exercises. The ALPS Team greets you in a reception building with a small shop and is always available to provide you with excursion tips for the Carinthian Nassfeld-Pressegger See holiday region. Whether you would like to take a hike along sections of the Karnischer Höhenweg, visit a gorge or conquer a fixed-cable climb, ride the mountain lift up to the Nassfeld with its great opportunities for children, or “take the plunge” into cool, wet water. You can count on experiencing many hours of sunshine on the piste and virtually boundless skiing enjoyment if you decide to spend your winter holidays in the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region.
- Nearest train stations: Hermagor (32 km), Oberdrauburg (ca. 15 km)
- Nearest supermarkets: Spar (1 km), Billa (1 km), Lidl (850 m)
- Nearest airport: Klagenfurt (118 km)
- Pistes: Vorhegg family ski area right next to the Glamping-Village, Nassfeld (25 km)
- Golf course: Nassfeld Golf (20 km)
Holidays in Carinthia’s first Slow Food Travel Region
For you, do holidays also involve getting to know the land and its people as well as delicious local cuisine? The regional producers in this first Slow Food Travel Region offer you the unique opportunity to peek over their shoulders as they go about their work and even lend them a hand yourself. For example, you will see how organic sheep’s milk is produced, make all-natural ice cream, bake bread from a natural sourdough. You will see how rye and wheat are ground into flour at the water-powered mills in Maria Luggau, while also learning what makes white Gailtal corn so special. Or discover the art of “pasta crimping”. A visit to Herwig Ertl’s "Edelgreisslerei" in the center of Kötschach also promises to be an unforgettable experience.
Kötschach Mauthen is also famous far and wide for its Cheese Festival, held annually on the last weekend in September. Local and international exhibitors offered the widest imaginable variety of full-flavored cheeses to the public. Needless to say, this also includes Gailtaler Almkäse – with a protected designation of origin, this delicious cheese is produced at 13 mountain huts in Gailtal.