Brace Yourself For The Beauty Of Bad Eisenkappel

By on October 10, 2016

It’s without doubt one of the healthiest places on the planet to take a holiday at any time of year. The air is bracing and there are several sky-blue lakes and white mountain peaks. Because of its natural healing resources, good year-round climate and unspoiled nature, people love to come here to re-charge their batteries.

The influence of the Mediterranean Sea, no fog throughout the year and 85 per cent forest in the Vellach valley has created a magical land refreshing to the soul, and filled with wonderful greenery and lush vegetation. Did you know if you climb a mountain in this area you will walk through approximately 10 different climate zones in small territories? Little wonder Eisenkappel is an awarded spa and health resort as well as climate protection zone.

Bad Eisenkappel, also known as Eisenkappel, is located in the Vellach Valley in the Karawanken mountain range close to the peaks of Obir, Peca, and Olševa. It’s the population hub of the market township of Eisenkappel-Vellach in the State of Carinthia, near the border of Slovenia. The area is famous for its hiking and cycling trails, as well as for the extensive Obir cave system, open to the public since 1991. And it’s a town surrounded by centuries-old forests and mineral springs. Lake Klopeiner to the north, is the warmest lake in Carinthia and 8 kilometres to the southwest you’ll see Trögerner Gorge.
Maria Dorn is known as the jewel of Bad Eisenkappel, painted and situated high on a hill, this gorgeous church has a terraced cemetery filled with beautiful flowers. You can visit the farmers’ and motorcycle museums to learn more about the people in Bad Eisenkappel and their lives a century ago – without electricity. The Obir dripstone caves can only be visited on a guided tour, the bus transfer, entrance and the guide are included in the entrance price.

Guests at the Kurzentrum hotel can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free Wi-Fi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. Rooms at the Pension Besser Guest House have a flat-screen TV. They are also fitted with a private bathroom equipped with a bidet. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hair dryer. Guests can enjoy the breakfast on the terrace in nice weather. Offering panoramic mountain views, free use of its sauna and infra-red cabin, and free WiFi, Hotel Berghof Brunner is located in Southern Carinthia, 1,550 yards from the centre of Bad Eisenkappel. The spacious rooms all have a balcony overlooking the mountains.

For those looking for a more permanent base, a new project will see the conversion of an existing hotel into an Apartment Suite Hotel with luxury bijou holiday studios. Investors will buy in to all the facilities and services of a four-star hotel, restaurant and bar alongside Wellness facilities. All studios will have the convenience of hotel management servicing and cleaning of their property. Each apartment will be furnished to a modern standard, with Wi-Fi and large screen TV, and all will carry amazing views of the mountains. Sleeping two people, they’ll be equipped with double bed, work desk, fridge, hotplate and microwave, plus en-suite bathroom with shower, vanity sink and WC. Buyers will get a choice of flooring type and tile colour. They offer a great opportunity either for holiday rentals or simply to use at their owner’s convenience. Prices start at €105,000. Stage payments are possible on reservation. Klagenfurt Airport is only 35 mins drive, as is the lake at Worthersee with its famous Casino. Fly Fishing is popular on the local river, so fishermen and women are well catered for and the Petzen Ski Area is only 25 kilometres away by bus. (

The most southerly town in Austria offers a real piece of paradise. They say a healthy body is a pre-condition for your overall well-being. That is exactly what you will find here!


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