Getting to Nassfeld
The nearest airport to Nassfeld is Klagenfurt, which is served by some low-cost airlines. The resort is just 55 miles away, and the journey can be completed by hire-car, shuttle bus or taxi. Ljubljana and Salzburg are alternative gateway airports.
Nearest Airports to Nassfeld
Klagenfurt airport – 90 km
Ljubljana airport – 145 km
Salzburg airport – 200 km
Munich airport – 291 km
Klagenfurt has more flights than you might think, including low-cost airlines like Ryan Air from London Stansted. There is a bus service to Nassfeld from the airport – about 90 minutes journey time. Tickets can be purchased in advance from the Nassfeld website: www.Nassfeld.at. Kaernten Transfer (www.kaernten-transfer.at) and Ski-Lifts can arrange private transfers. Bookings should be made before you fly.
Ljubljana Airport in Slovenia is a less obvious choice but is also quite close (90 miles /145 km). It is also served by national carriers and low-cost airlines like EasyJet. There is no regular bus service but taxis can be booked through Kaernten Transfer (www.kaernten-transfer.at).
Salzburg and Munich airports are further away but have many more flights.
Airport Transfers to Nassfeld
Driving to Nassfeld
From Klagenfurt to Nassfeld
Unless driving from farther afield, the shortest and easiest road transfer to Nassfeld is from Klagenfurt airport, just 67 miles (107km) by road, most of which (52 miles / 84km) is motorway and the journey takes about one hour.
From Klagenfurt airport pick up the A2 motorway and drive west passing Wörther See and Knoten Villach, cross over the border into Italy and then continue along A23 / E55. Exit towards Pontebba, the SS13 past Pontebba and then take the S110 via Zardini back to the border where it becomes the B90. Nassfeld Sonnenalpe is just 0.5km on the Austrian side of the border.
Alternatively, you can drive west on motorway A2 / E55, then follow the Hermagor / Gailtal exit, take the B111 Hermagor and Kötschach-Mauthen then head south on the B90 via Tr?polach to Nassfeld Sonnenalpe. It’s a lesser distance this way, 64 miles (102km), but takes around half an hour longer.
From Ljubljana to Nassfeld
If flying into Ljubljana (Slovenia) it is a 90 mile (145km) road journey, mainly by motorway (66 miles / 107km), which takes about 1 hour 40 minutes.
Follow the E61 / A2 then E61 / H1 and take E61 / 8 then continue along E61 / A2, crossing the border into Austria, where it becomes the A11 / E61 pass by Knoten Villach towards Villach-Faaker
Over the border into Italy and follow the A2 then A23 / E55 past Tarvisio to Pontebba exit then follow the SS13 until you pick up the SS110 via Zardini to Nassfeld Sonnenalpe.
From Salzburg to Nassfeld
From Salzburg airport to Nassfeld by road it’s about 124 miles (200km), nearly two thirds of which is motorway, and the journey by road takes around 2 hours 30 minutes.
Follow the A10 towards Graz Villach then, after the Sainkt Michael toll, follow the direction for Lienz and Lendorf then take the exit for B100 / E66, continue along this road towards Lienz Glocknerstraße.
Continue along B100 / E66 past Lendorf and Greifenburg then exit left on to the B87 / Bahnhofstraße / Weißensee-Bundesstraße (exit Griefenburg) and on to B87
Follow B87 past Hermagor then the B111 / Gailtal-Bundesstraße until the B90 turn off then via Tr?polach to Nassfeld Sonnenalpe.