The jewel in Carinthia
Lake Millstatt nestles in the gentle Carinthian Nock Mountains and combines southern zest for life with Mediterranean lightness. Leisure cyclists, families and sports enthusiasts alike experience nature in combination with regional cuisine. While some enjoy their breakfast on one of the sunny lakeside terraces, others discover extraordinary See- und Bergberührungen® experiences by e-bike.
Impressive views and stations promise discovery tours into the Liesertal valley, to the enchanted Lake Moorsee or to the surrounding mountain huts. E-mountain bikers can look forward to tours in the Nock Mountains around Bad Kleinkirchheim. Culinary delicacies from the Alpine-Adriatic cuisine beckon you to take a break on serviced alpine pastures and in country inns along forest paths and side road.
The heart of the bike tours is the 28-kilometre-long leisure cycle route around Lake Millstatt, which is perfect for families. Relaxed on your bike, you cycle along the almost natural southern shore of Lake Millstatt and past imperial villas to beach bars and lakeside terraces on the northern shore.
Experiencing the culinary delights of Lake Millstatt
The whitefish innkeepers at Lake Millstatt do what their ancestors used to do: Every day they take the whitefish from the floating nets and process it straightaway. What already the emperor enjoyed is still considered a delicacy today. The “wild fish” successfully eludes breeding until today and feels happy in the clear water of Lake Millstatt. Early in the morning you can accompany the fishermen during their work and experience the catch at close range.
Highlights in the leisure region
- Whitefish innkeepers with fresh fish served daily
- Culinary delicacies from the Alpine-Adriatic cuisine
- E-Motions – the E-Bike-Event at the Lake Millstatt
from 30th May to 1st June 2020
The whitefish innkeepers at Lake Millstatt do what their ancestors used to do: Every day they take the whitefish from the floating nets and process it straightaway. What the emperor used to enjoyed is still considered a delicacy today.
Whitefish innkeepers at Lake Millstatt
, Lake Millstatt