Welcome to Faaker See in Carinthia. The information network for your holiday, leisure, accommodation, hotels, camping, events, and more in summer and winter . You can book a room or make a non-binding request.
The Faak is the fifth largest lake in Carinthia, south of Villach and the Drava. The western shore is natural in many parts and overgrown reeds. The holiday resorts around the Faak are mostly attended by individual tourists and have a varied holiday tourist infrastructure with hotels, guest houses, inns, apartments and campsites. There are a number of restaurants and eateries, cafes, pubs and taverns.
Many different events take place including the ruins Finkenstein and probably the most frequented is the European Bike Week (former Harley Davidson convention) in the first week of September.
There are in addition to the bathing fun a huges sports variety: Surfing, Sailing, canoeing, rowing, electric and pedal boating (motorboats are forbidden) but also golfing, hiking, climbing Kanzianiberg, tennis, volleyball and cycling around the lake and in the mountains possible. The fish in the lake is possible all year round, but rather exercised in the off season. The "reinanke" is the main fish in Faak , but also, pike, catfish and carp are caught wild.
There are many excursions, such as a visit to the Monkey Mountain or a boat trip on the river Drava, and strolling in the nearby town of Villach is announced.
Faak - places around
Oberaichwald, Latschach, Ledenitzen, St. Niklas, Maria Gail, Finkenstein, Gödersdorf-Fürnitz, Wernberg
The quiet surrounding areas from Faak spend some relaxing holiday in nature. Around the lake a mile-long network of hiking and biking trails arose. Whether on a "Waldspatziergang" or at a three-day tour - here you will discover step by step real gems of nature.
Faak - places on the lake
Turquoise water of potable quality is waiting for those who are attracted to this lake. The fantastic color comes from the surrounding limestone mountains and the sun warms the water to temperatures up to 27 degrees!