The only outflow from Lake Wörthersee, the Sattnitz, flows into the River Glan in Ebenthal. On the southern bank is the dreamy Kalmusbad, which offers enticing swimming pleasure from May to October and radiates its own distinctive charm. The name of the pool derives from the marshland plant Kalmus, or calamus, which is said to possess medicinal powers.
Another special place is the Höflein Moor on the ridge of the Sattnitz, which has been a nature conservation area since 1965. This is the remains of an Ice Age lake. Even beavers have become indigenous to the floodplain forests here again.
The Ebenthal waterfalls are a gem of nature that can be admired all year round. The imposing water and the surrounding woods are considered to be a place of power, and there are attractive hiking options here.