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Spa holiday in Austria? 8 reasons for a spa break in Bad Kleinkirchheim I Carinthia

Did you know that…

  • arrow-icon …you can choose from two thermal spas in Bad Kleinkirchheim?
    In addition to the Thermal Römerbad, you can also dive into the warm thermal water of Family & Health Spa St. Kathrein.
  • ...a spa break in Austria can be perfectly combined with a hike through the Nockberge Biosphere Reserve or a day of skiing in the footsteps of Franz Klammer?
  • ...the healing water from the depths of the Nockberge mountains, which supplies Bad Kleinkirchheim’s spas, has been used for 1000 years?
  • ...a spa holiday in Austria is not just relaxing but also healthy?
    The thermal pools at Bad Kleinkirchheim’s spas are filled with particularly mineral-rich healing water.
  • ...the Thermal Römerbad has a large sauna world?

    A total of 13 saunas invite you to relax.

  • ...applications at the nock/MED health centre, which can be visited whilst at Family & Health Spa St. Kathrein, include ones from space travel, helping you to regenerate in combination with the healing water?
  • ...Family & Health Spa St. Kathrein also stands for superlatives?

    In addition to Carinthia’s longest water slide, it boasts the largest water area of all Carinthian spas.

  • sun-icon ...in Bad Kleinkirchheim, no fewer than 556 hosts of spa and wellness hotels in particular make your spa holiday in Austria an extra special experience?

The best thermal baths for your spa break in Carinthia

Clear mountain air, views of gently rolling mountains that call for you to go hiking and biking in summer and skiing, walking, snowshoe hiking and plenty more in winter, and warm thermal water which rises towards the sky in clouds of steam from the large outdoor pools...an alpine spa holiday in Austria is a true break at Carinthia’s spas. In Bad Kleinkirchheim, two thermal baths invite you to immerse yourself in the healing water that flows from the mountains.

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Außenbecken Römerbad © BRM - Mathias Prägant

Thermal Römerbad

Thermal Römerbad

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Wasserspaß für Groß und Klein © Gert Perauer

Family & Health Spa St.Kathrein

Family & Health Spa St.Kathrein

When is the best time for a spa holiday in Austria?

 

Breathe freely, submerge in the soothing thermal water of Bad Kleinkirchheim’s spas, let go and enjoy relaxed Sunshine Moments in Carinthia...spa holidays in Austria are a special experience in every season.

Share the joy of spring

Spring is a wonderful time for a romantic holiday! Surprise your partner with a pamper day at the spa in the Nockberge mountains!

Family summer at the spa

Get ready to race! The 86 m water slide at Family & Health Spa St. Kathrein is the longest in Carinthia and does not just offer fun for young and old in summer!

Autumn wellness

Autumn is harvest season in the Kirchheim Valley too. Holiday delights can be especially well combined with a spa break in the "golden season"!

Alpine-Spa-Advent

Take advantage of this peaceful time of year and end your spa day at Bad Kleinkirchheim’s Alpine-Spa-Advent!

Stop for a break

Ski right to the doors of the spa and dive into the warm thermal water! That’s possible at Thermal Römerbad AND Family & Health Spa St. Kathrein!

Views of the slopes

In winter you can watch the action on the snow-covered slopes from the outdoor pool of the Römerbad spa!

Day Spa

Want to do something good for yourself and looking for a relaxing spa package for in between?

Are you planning a wellness day with your best friend or a special mother-daughter experience? A day spa in Bad Kleinkirchheim provides a well-deserved change for mind and body as part of your holiday!

To the day spas
Zeit zu zweit – Day Spa in Bad Kleinkirchheim © www.kirchheimerhof.at
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Spa holidays in Austria – the best activities

Thermal baths Bad Kleinkirchheim

It is likely to have been the Benedictine months who cultivated the high valley in the 11th century that discovered the thermal spring, and there are many myths and legends surrounding this powerful spot. To this day, you can experience the soothing effect of the "Augenquelle" (eye spring), as St. Catherine’s church was built where the spring comes to light. A staircase leads down to the crypt below the church. Rich in minerals and around 36°C warm, the thermal water finds its way to the surface in a corner of the crypt, continuing to supply both of Bad Kleinkirchheim’s spas with its healing properties.

Tip! Allow a little more time to visit this special place and take a sip from the energising spring! The healing water is particularly rich in magnesium, sodium and potassium.

How do I get to the healing spring? A visit to the "Augenquelle" in the crypt is best combined with a walk. From Thermenstraße, a path leads to St. Catherine’s church. The crypt can be accessed all year round!

 

 

What are the particular benefits of the healing water that supplies Bad Kleinkirchheim’s spas?

  • Bad Kleinkirchheim’s healing water does not just have a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system.
  • It also eases exhaustion such as after operations.
  • It loosens stiffness following bone fractures and rheumatism of muscles and joints and offers relief for damaged discs, neuralgia and chronic inflammation of nerves or nerve roots.
  • At the same time, it is said to alleviate allergies, anaemia, fluctuations in blood pressure, circulatory-related headaches and migraines.