Lake Faakersee, one of Austria's most beautiful places.
Lake Faaker See, one of the most beautiful Austrian lakes.
Its particular turquoise colour turns lake Faaker See into a real eye-catcher. The Naturel hotel villages are in the immediate vicinity. Hotel Village SEELEITN is located right on the shores of the lake with beautiful lake access, bathing bridge and sunbathing area.
Hotel Village SCHÖNLEITN is situated above lake Faaker See in idyllic position on a plateau. Active holidays are possible as well as total relaxation or just enjoying the calm. Free entrance to the lido at lake Aichwald is included.
Many villages surround lake Faaker See, at the foot of Mount Mittagskogel. An island emerging from the lake divides it into two basins. Lake Faaker See is the fifth largest bathing lake in Carinthia featuring a surface of 220 hectares and a depth of 29,5 metres.
Right from the hotel village you reach hiking trails, cycle paths and running tracks. They are spread around lake Faaker See and easy to combine with further lakes in the surroundings like lake Aichwaldsee, lake Ossiacher See or lake Wörthersee.
Water sports during your holidays may be a good choice, but motor-free. Sailing, surfing, pedal boat, SUP, kayaking, canoeing, electric boat tours or the romantic version by rowboat. The water sports professionals within walking distance from the hotel will be pleased to help.
The western and southern shores of the lake are a protected landscape. The green, almost turquoise colour and the clear water allowing perfect underwater sights are characteristic for this lake. It’s hardly surprising that the motto is: Joy of Life is turquoise.
HINT: On Thursdays in the summer months the meadow at Naturel Hotel Village SEELEITN turns into the Sunset Lounge. Fine food & drinks at the lake, a pleasant evening for connoisseurs.
HINT: Fishing aficionados can get fishing licences right next to Hotel Village SEELEITN and we will be glad to provide advice if needed. Of course you can get information even prior to your arrival here at lake Faaker See.