kitzeck im
SAUSAL

Kitzeck im Sausal gehört zum Bezirk Leibnitz. Die Gemeinde hat einiges zu bieten und gilt als höchstgelegener Weinort Österreichs. Genießen Sie den Ausblick über die gesamte Südsteiermark, zahlreiche Wanderrouten und Radtouren und eine Buschenschank nach der anderen. Bei klarem Himmel sind sogar Teile der Oststeiermark zu erblicken.

Unter anderem befindet sich in Kitzeck im Sausal das erste steirische Weinmuseum. Seine Lage macht es zum höchsten Weinmuseum Europas und ermöglicht Ihnen und Ihrer Familie einen atemberaubenden Ausblick.

South Styrian
WINE STREET

High hills and steep vineyards characterize southern Styria. Get ready for the oldest wine route in Austria. The South Styrian Wine Route connects the idyllic wine villages of Leutschach an der Weinstraße, Oberhaag, Arnfels, Straß and Ehrenhausen an der Weinstraße. You can expect fruity, fresh wines, hospitality, elegant vineyards and numerous wine taverns. Enjoy unique cycling and hiking trails and admirable views. The South Styrian Wine Route has something to offer for adventurers and pleasure-seekers alike.

kreuzkogelwarte
AM KOGELBERG

Fancy a relaxed hike and an impressive destination? Then a trip to the Kreuzkogelwarte is perfect for you! The Kogelberg is located in the district of Kaindorf a.d. Sulm. The viewing platform can be reached with a leisurely walk. 43 steps lead up to the top, the total height of the structure is 13.3 meters. It offers an impressive view of the Sausal wine country, the Leibnitzer Feld and Seggau Castle opposite.

lake
SULMSEE

Originally, the Sulmsee was a small marshy area at the confluence of the Sulm and Kogelgrabenbach rivers. It lies to the west of Leibnitz. The lake was divided into two basins by a dam; a fishing pond and a bathing lake. But you can also enjoy other sporting activities, such as pedal boating or stand-up paddling. In winter, the Sulmsee is perfect for ice skating. The lake is located in an enchanting hilly landscape (with a pleasant atmosphere) directly between the Silberberg winegrowing school and Seggau Castle, of which there is an excellent view.

castle
SEGGAU

Seggau Castle is located on a wooded hill in the village of Seggauberg in the municipality of Leibnitz. The Sulm flows around the Seggauberg in a loop. This separates it from the Kreuzkogel to the north.

A guided tour of the castle provides interesting historical impressions. Discover, among other things, the baroque Fürstenzimmer and the Seggauer Liesl, the largest historic bell in Styria with a diameter of two meters.

main square
LEIBNITZ

The lively main square in Leibnitz has so much to offer. Discover the many facets of southern Styria. This is the ideal starting point to enjoy the combination of city and nature. Leibnitz is known as a city of culture, wine and shopping. There are some great shopping opportunities along the main square. The infrastructure is perfect for a lavish day of shopping. There are numerous coffee houses and guest gardens where you can take an excellent break. You can also enjoy a wide variety of dishes in the restaurants along the main square.

bike tour
LEIBNITZ

Leibnitz is ideal for challenging mountain bike tours and relaxed cycling excursions. There is a diverse range of cycle routes of all kinds, with various cultural and culinary stops in between. Start your adventure in the beautiful Sulmtal valley, for example, and ride up to the Kreuzbergwarte. On your way, you can admire the stone weir, cycle along the Sulm and explore the charming center of Ehrenhausen. At the end of the route, the Kreuzbergwarte awaits you, which offers a wonderful and unforgettable view due to its impressive height of 630 meters.

flavia
SOLVA

Flavia Solva was a town in the Roman province of Noricum and is located in the Leibnitzer Feld near Leibnitz. Here, the Roman era lies directly underground. The town once covered more than 40 hectares. 5% of this area is located in the archaeological protection zone in Leibnitz. Today, this site is the most important Roman archaeological site. Here you can admire exhibits from over 100 years of archaeological research. It can be visited around the clock and admission is free. Today, the museum is offered as a display case that can be moved around. Admire these unique finds in southern Styria.