Holidays at our chalet village in Carinthia, Austria

Grosswild and Kleinwild villages

Freedom, space and ideas for you and your loved ones

You will never have experienced anything like this before! The 400-year-old wooden beams can tell stories about old herdswomen, young farm hands and successful harvests. In the fragrant and fresh air of the Nock Mountains, you will sleep soundly under these old beams, which are featured throughout the Kirchleitn chalet villages. You can combine your stay in a holiday apartment in the traffic-free Grosswild and Kleinwild villages with delicious, healthy Kirchleitn cuisine from our four restaurants, or cook for yourself – the choice is yours!

A different and very special holiday feeling

Little ones will find everything they could ever ask for in the Kleinwild Village: a small petting zoo, the biotope pond and water playground with slide and sandbox, a Bobby Car racetrack, swings, balancing equipment, the football pitch, and of course a place for bonfires! Parents can sit back, relax and watch from the terrace, your apartment balcony or a comfortable lounge chair... with or without a drink in your hand!

Activity holidays in Austria: holidays in Bad Kleinkirchheim

In the Grosswild Village, adventure-seekers of all ages find great opportunities to go skiing and snowshoeinghiking, biking, and more. Plus they love our sauna, the social village square, and direct access to the Brunnach National Park cable car – just take a left when you arrive at the mountain station to get to the ski slopes, or go right to head into the impressive hiking and biking area. Magnificent panoramic vistas and fresh mountain air are included both in summer and winter!
With the Kärnten Card, the summer cable car and more than 100 other attractions, lakes and thermal spas are also free. However, to enjoy them you will have to tear yourself away from the many adventures offered every day in our Grosswild and Kleinwild villages!
So what are you waiting for? Get a better picture of Kirchleitn, in Austria’s Nock Mountains, today!