On this page users will find all relevant information about the Austrian federal state Carinthia. On the map you can see the landscapes of the federal state. These then lead to the municipalities of the province Carinthia. Below the map there is a slider to switch to the political organisation of the province. On the political map, users can find the regions of the state Carinthia, which in turn lead to the districts and municipalities. Below the map of the federal state Carinthia there is detailed information about the federal state. This information includes a general description of the federal state, key figures and the area use of the federal state. In addition, users can also access the map of the state's companies and institutions by clicking on the company buttons. In addition to this additional information on the federal state Carinthia and the presentation of the companies on the map, users can also explore detailed statistics and other interactive maps on topics such as land prices, population development and unemployment in the federal state Carinthia in the subject area.
Carinthia is the fifth largest province of Austria and is characterised by the lowest population density.
The southernmost province has a very high proportion of forests, which account for 53% of Carinthia's surface area. Only 17% of the country's territory is made up of fields and pastures.
Alpine landscapes and rocks together account for around 18% of the province.
Alpenostrand separates the High Alps in the west from the Carinthian basin in the east.
The Carinthian part of the High Alps consists mainly of the Upper Carinthian valleys and the Upper Gail & Lesach Valley. The Carinthian Basin is divided into the western and eastern basin, as well as the Lower Lavant Valley.
Karawanken and Gailtal in the south belong to the eastern alpine region as well as the Middle Drau Valley in the interior. Gurktaler Alps, Pack- & Saualpe form the border to Styria in the north
62% of Carinthians live in the Carinthian Basin, whose area covers only a quarter of the province of Carinthia.
The Grossglockner is not only the highest mountain in Austria, at 3798m, but also the highest mountain in Carinthia and Tyrol.
The button below the Carinthia map allows you to switch from a geographical to a political view of the province of Carinthia.