in the Thermal & Volcanic Land
Historic Old town
of Bad Radkersburg
Only a few minutes’ walk from the campsite of the Parktherme, the romantic backyards and small alleys of the old town of Bad Radkersburg invite you to stroll & linger – the 800-year history of the spa town is just as present during an enjoyable cup of ice cream on the main square as during a visit to the museum in the armoury.
Those who want to spice up their holiday in the Mediterranean south with a pinch of cultural enjoyment will find it in the ZEHNERHAUS Bad Radkersburg: from summer cinema under the open sky to cabarets and musical performances, you will find many special highlights in its calendar of events.
Up- & downstrokes
around Bad Radkersburg
The spacious outdoor and indoor courts of Thermentennis are located a short distance downstream from the Parktherme in the Mur – after a good workout on the court, the lovingly run Tennisstüberl invites you to enjoy a snack and a cold drink.
You also need a racket and a ball at Traminer Golf Klöch. The 65-hectare 18-hole course is located in the middle of the wine hills and offers fantastic views over the lush green south-eastern Styrian hills between the tees.
We wish you – whether up or down – a beautiful game!
of Bad Radkersburg
Thanks to the mild, Mediterranean climate and the many hours of sunshine, pleasure cyclists and hikers will find an almost limitless choice in the south of the Thermen- & Vulkanland:
While pleasure cyclists discover the power spots of the Mur and floodplain landscape, racing cyclists are drawn to the wine-growing villages of Klöch and Tieschen or to the panoramic bike tour to Slovenia. The mild and early spring in Bad Radkersburg ensures optimal training conditions. The region also offers short cycling stages for the whole family for a relaxed family cycling excursion – special cycling discoveries, such as the cycling bridge over the Mur to Slovenia, the ship mill in Mureck or the many wine taverns in the region provide varied breaks.
But the region is not only best explored by bike, you can also discover special panoramic views with hiking or walking sticks. The Mur and floodplain landscape offers many paths for walking and running. Here you can discover Austria’s second largest floodplain forest area with all your senses.
Another highlight is the TAU trail with magnificent views and resting places, or the bottle peepers and the lookout point – discover beautiful views on your cycling and walking tours through the region in the south of Styria.
UNESCO Biosphere park Lower Murtal
the Mur- & floodpain landscape in the South of Styria
The unique Mur and floodplain landscape in the south of the adventure region Thermen- & Vulkanland Steiermark forms a very characteristic part of the landscape in the region and is characterised by a special wealth of plant and animal species:
In the immediate vicinity of the town are natural floodplain forests with alders, willows, elms, and much more. Particularly worthy of mention are the snowdrops that cover the floodplain landscape in February, as well as the wild garlic that soon after spreads its garlic scent in the region around the Mura and floodplain landscape.
Due to the diverse interconnection of different biotopes in a very confined space, numerous animal groups can also be found in the area of the Mur floodplains. The bird life is particularly diverse here, with rare bird species such as kingfisher and black stork.