You've already spend some days in apartments in Mecklenburg and cottages in Central Switzerland, but now you like to discover another country, maybe during your ski holidays? Styria will offer wonderful conditions for holidays - in the winter and in the summer season. Styria is one of Austria’s larger provinces, with its southern border running along that of Slovenia. It is home to approximately 2 million people, and in many areas of the countryside remains strongly tied to centuries-old traditions.
Styria is some of Austria’s best wine country and has made catering to vineyard visitors a successful feature of local tourism. Wine aficionados will be happy to find comfortable Styria holiday homes in the heart of wine country. Wine culture remains deeply embedded in Styrian society. They say great wine starts with the grapes. Every region has different soil, but there may be something truly unique about the soil in Styria. Perfect wine you won't only find in Styria, if you love to drink wine, you should travel to:
After all, the province is home to many extinct volcanoes, which may have something to do with the legendary status of the province’s wine. Arnold Schwarzenegger grew up Styria, which is sure to only feed the speculation. For those Styrians who haven’t gone on to be internationally famous movie stars, much of daily life remains as it has been for hundreds of years. Dairy production and farming of staple crops are common occupations, making Styria the ideal setting for a farm holiday in a self catering holiday cottage. Styria’s unspoiled countryside and well-developed holiday resorts make the province and its fine holiday homes an increasingly popular stop on knowledgeable travelers’ European circuits. Styria offers a wide range of holiday accommodation, from luxury villas to cozy holiday cottages and ski chalets. In Styria ski resorts are never far away, making it the perfect place for Styria ski holidays. Book your slopeside holiday home early, as this is an incredibly popular time of year to visit. Village townhouses, apartments, and country holiday cottages are typical residences, while stately holiday villas continue to be an attractive option for well-heeled Styrians and expats. Styria’s unique cultural features rank alongside its natural beauty making it a desirable place to call home, even if just for the holidays.