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Franking on Holzöstersee, the small and charming tourist town in the Oberinnviertler Seenplatte lies on the edge of the world-famous Ibmer moor, just half an hour's drive from the festival city of Salzburg, surrounded by woods, meadows and fields.
The people in the sleepy, unspoilt by tourism and still remote area, have done much to allow their guests a pleasant and memorable holiday.
In the Oberinnviertler Seenplatte
Those seeking peace and relaxation, but also appreciates a rich sports offer they are absolutely right in Franking. Because of the Holzöstersee nearby, the small town is a jewel that attracts guests from near and far.
The original landscape is ideal for numerous sporting activities: swimming in the warm moor lake (in May already up to 23 °C), horseback riding, hiking, Nordic walking, cycling and even beach volleyball, tennis, bowling, asphalt curling and much more is possible.
Fishing & Camping in a quiet location
The Holzöstersee attracts many visitors for its unique and peaceful location. In particular, the fishermen have a "little paradise" to practice their sport. Amidst the Oberinnviertler Seenplatte there is our dream ´predatory waters`, with an extensive stock of catfish, perch, pike, eel, carp and tench, the guests can enjoy fishing in untouched nature. Whether the "Specimen Hunter" takes the offer of night fishing in the claim or the amateur fisherman, who is stalking a day between the reeds and swamp predators, all of which will be an unforgettable experience.
Even for "non-fishing-interested 'family members, there is a great holiday and leisure activities with each category of accommodation. For campers there is a quiet campground with lake access.
Erwachsene (ab 16 Jahre) € 3,00
Kinder (ab 6 - 15. Jahre) € 1,50
Schüler, Studenten € 2,00
Subsurface of bathing area
Type of lounge area
Children & families
Use in winter
- Sea level
- 457 m
- 0.09 km²
- 4.7 m
09:00 - 20:00 H
Im warmen Moorsee schwimmen Sie bereits im Mai bei bis zu 23 °C!
- Heratingersee / Ibmer See