Winter Wellness in Carinthia

A winter holiday in Carinthia is a holiday for active visitors. It isn’t just athletes who can get their money’s worth with skiing, cross-country skiing, ice-skating or touring in Carinthia; those looking for rest will also find a broad range of wellness and relaxation options. Healing thermal water and immune-boosting saunas and bathhouses with divine views of Carinthia’s mountains and lakes allow visitors to forget their everyday stress and re-energise.

Bergbahnen&Thermen Bad Kleinkirchheim; Römerbad
Therme Römerbad in Bad Kleinkirchheim

Thermal Römerbad

Thermal Römerbad

Bad Kleinkirchheim_Kaernten Werbung
Bad Kleinkirchheim Thermengenuss

Off the piste and into the spa in Bad Kleinkirchheim

Off the piste and into the spa in Bad Kleinkirchheim

Wellness and thermal baths

‘From the pistes to the thermal springs’ is the motto of winter sport region Bad Kleinkirchheim. With 12,000 square metres of space, the Römerbad thermal spa has room for visitors to pamper mind and body. The thermal water in Bad Kleinkirchheim helps to relieve allergic ailments, migraines, disc degeneration and even rheumatism. There are more than ten different saunas over three levels; the entire thermal spring facility offers the best direct view of the pistes where the skiers make their way on the ‘Franz Klammer downhill’.


The St. Kathrein thermal spring in Bad Kleinkirchheim has also been reopened after a comprehensive renovation. The second thermal spa in the World Cup skiing area of Bad Kleinkirchheim offer 1,200 square metres of swimming area, a 86-metre slide, a Roman-style sauna and a therapy centre. The Römerbad thermal spa lures sauna-lovers with its ample offerings; families will find hours of fun in the St. Kathrein thermal spring with the largest indoor water area in Carinthia and the longest slide of any of Carinthia’s thermal springs.

Carinthian thermal spa in Villach

The Carinthian thermal spa in Villach is also fascinating; its extraordinary architecture is worth a visit. Younger guests will have fun in the adventure area inside with its lavish slide, and the underwater massage table with bubble jets invites the adults to stay and relax. Every day, about 10 million litres of thermal water with a source temperature of 29.9 degrees flows at the foot of the Dobratsch into the lavishly designed thermal swimming pools of the Carinthian thermal spring in Villach. A full-moon sauna night is offered at each full moon, allowing guests to sweat and relax until midnight.


Have you ever wanted to swim through the water like a mermaid? You can in the Carinthian thermal spa! Mermaid swimming courses are offered regularly and are very popular with young guests in particular. The dream of many young girls comes true as they get to glide through the water with fins on their legs, like Ariel.

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Badehaus Millstatt
Kärnten Badehaus am Millstätter See im Winter

The first Carinthian bathhouse in Millstatt

The first Carinthian bathhouse in Millstatt

Werzers Badehaus
Werzers Badehaus in Pörtschach am Wörther See

The Werzer bathhouse in Pörtschach

The Werzer bathhouse in Pörtschach


The first Carinthian bathhouse offers year-round bathing fun with lake wellness at Lake Millstätter See. Located directly by the water of Lake Millstätter See, the bathhouse offers a unique view of the lovely natural backdrop of the lake and the surrounding mountains. Visitors can indulge their longing to be at the lake even in winter in the different sauna cabins, the tepidarium, the brine steam bath and the 35-degree warm water of the 60-square-metre infinity pool. The ecological construction of the bathhouse (passive building with a photovoltaic system) is sustainable and energy efficient and brings out a special atmosphere of wellness for the guests.


The Werzer bathhouse in Pörtschach also offers an especially lovely experience during winter days at the lake. The Werzer bathhouse was built directly by the water back in 1895 and has landmark status. It was fully restored some years ago and now offers a small, new wellness oasis of a special kind. The fittings are exclusively designed and the view over Lake Wörthersee to the Karavanken mountains shows a unique natural backdrop right outside the bathhouse. The bathhouse is open daily for both hotel guests and day-spa visitors.

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