Among Carinthia’s many assets, its unspoiled natural scenery surely has to be one of the most impressive. Are you familiar with the 96-square kilometre Biosphere Reserve Nockberge, the rugged peaks of the Karawanken mountain range, and more than 200 lakes with water clear enough to drink? In addition, Carinthia’s close proximity to Italy and Slovenia opens up new perspectives and connections; not just geographically.

When you come to Austria’s southernmost region, you’ll find a slower pace of life, slow food and people who have chosen to live and work in the midst of awe-inspiringly beautiful countryside.