The picturesque village of Klein-Pöchlarn, famous for the long tradition of stove-fitting, is embedded in the idyllic Nibelungengau Valley.
Worth seeing: the Gothic church, an impressive 16th-century building, a modernized market square, and the rare flora and fauna at the "Rindfleischberg".
Klein-Pöchlarn is close to other attractions of the Wachau region: Melk, Pöchlarn, Artstetten, Maria Taferl.
Beautiful landscape along the Danube
A magnificent landscape invites you to go for walks and hiking tours. The village is part of the "Danube cycle trail Passau - Hainburg". We have many possibilities for lovers of sport and leisure activities: Minigolf, curling, tennis, water sports on the Danube, fishing, hiking.
Well tended inns and accomodation will make you feel at ease.
The camping ground is open from the 1st of May until the 30th of September.