Apartments, Houses and Chalets for Sale in the town and district of Hermagor, Carinthia
Hermagor-Pressegger See - The Town
The municipality is located in the lower Gailtal Valley near the border with Italy. The town is bounded on the south by the Carnic Alps and in the north of the Gail Valley Alps.
Hermagor town - birdseye view
What makes the town an attractive prospect is its hinterland, the Hermagor District with its lakes and mountains.
Hermagor - Gleinkersee
Hermagor in Winter
A total of 110 kilometres of pistes, some of them even leading into neighbouring Italy are waiting to be discovered. The unique microclimate, south of the Alps, guarantees snow coverage throughout the entire season and ensures that most days will be sunny have a crystal clear sky. In addition, the well-developed infrastructure offers sports and entertaining leisure activities away from the pistes.
The Pressegger See near Hermagor – nestling between the snowy peaks of the Carnic and Gailtal Alps – is one of the first lakes in Carinthia to freeze over in winter, making it a popular ice rink for skaters of all ages and abilities.
- 55 hectares of natural ice on the Pressegger See lake
- Circular rink on Pressegger See lake
- Several different rinks available
- Skates available for hire
- another 6,5 km² of natural ice available on Weissensee lake.
The Pressegger See and Weissensee lakes freeze over in winter, creating perfect natural ice skating rinks.
Presseggersee as an ice-rink
Hermagor - Toboggan ride
Hermagor in Summer
The Gailtal Valley’s jewel - Lake Pressegger See - is embedded in Austria’s second largest reed belt. The water is drinking water quality. Lake Pressegger See is with its temperature of up to 28 degrees one of the warmest bathing lakes Austria’s.
Hermagor - Pressegger See
Head for the mountains
Hermagor - The Carnic Alps
The Hermagor region is the perfect destination for holidaymakers who enjoy spending time out and about in nature. The region is characterised by a diverse mixture of landscapes: mountains, valleys and crystal-clear lakes fed by spring water from the Carnic Alps. The region also has plenty to offer visitors with sporting ambitions, including a large network of trails for hikers and mountainbikers .
Hermagor - Moutainbiking
With 950 km of cycle paths and mountainbike trails, the Hermagor region is a haven for holidaymakers who enjoy getting out and exploring the local region on two wheels. The trails, which are divided into three categories according to difficulty, combine to form a dense network of well-maintained and clearly signposted routes taking riders to towns such as Villach, over the border into Italy and to some of the most picturesque sights in Carinthia.
Hermagor - White water kayaking
Hermagor - Waterfall
Carinthia's dense network of hiking trails caters for all ages and fitness levels.
Some of the most popular take visitors over the border into Italy, while others give adults and children the chance to scale the heights and look down on the region's lake and valleys from above. And while you are there, why not sample some local food in a traditional mountain hut?
Those wishing to experience even more action on holiday can embark on a mountaineering adventure including rock climbing.
Summer toboggan run Nassfeld / Hermagor