Die Südsteirische Weinstraße
Fancy nature and culinary delights? Then join us on our foray through southern Styria, more precisely we are on the Southern Styria Wine Road today.
This has not changed until today. Along the entire region, Austria's oldest wine road connects the idyllic wine villages of Ehrenhausen an der Weinstraße, Straß in Steiermark, Arnfels, Oberhaag and Leutschach an der Weinstraße. The peculiarity that the wine route is also a few kilometers state border with Slovenia, makes it unique. Likewise, the good friendship and esteem for the neighboring town of Gamlitz characterizes the region and the people who live along the South Styrian Wine Road and their good cooperation.
Many compliments are paid to the South Styrian Wine Route. The clichés of hospitable people, cultivated vineyards, fresh-fruity wines, Buschenschänken or the Klapotetz as a visible landmark are omnipresent and determine the rhythm of life - that of its inhabitants as well as that of vacation guests. Special characteristics of the South Styrian Wine Road are the richness of curves, the narrow parts of the road, the constant ups and downs in the South Styrian wine country and also the excellent network of cycling and hiking trails, which allow you to really immerse yourself in the wine country.
In Ehrenhausen there is also a connection to the famous Murradweg and the Weinland Steiermark bike tour. The special feature that the wine route is also a few kilometers of state border with Slovenia, makes it additionally unique. Likewise, the good friendship and appreciation characterizes the region and the people who live along the South Styrian Wine Road and your good cooperation. Due to the relatively short distance from Graz, about 50 kilometers with a travel time of about 45 minutes by car via the A9 Pyhrnautobahn, but via Ehrenhausen also easily accessible by train, the South Styrian Wine Route is often visited in combination with Graz.
Mobile on site: The WEINmobil brings you within our association area from your accommodation or from the train station to the South Styrian Wine Route!
365 days, 8760 hours, 53 weeks a year accessible!