the free entrance ticket


200 attractions with one card

You receive the GenussCard as a hotel guest at the Retter Bio-Natur-Resort. With this card you can visit over 200 excursion destinations in Eastern Styria, in the thermal & volcanic region of Styria and in South-West Styria free of charge. In the immediate vicinity of the hotel there are for example: Oil mill Fandler, Bakery Ebner, Zoo Herberstein , Stubenberg lake, the Retter BioGut and much more. Also a church tour in the pilgrimage church Pöllauberg or in the Pöllau Cathedral is included.

The Retter BioGut is partner of GenussCard

The Retter BioGut is the cradle of the Hirschbirn. Our foods grow in Eastern Styria and in our own organic orcharding, which are certified for 25 years. In the RETTEREI you can cost, buy and enjoy our home-baked bread, ice cream, herbs, jams, distillates and much more. We are happy to host groups up to 80 persons on the large nature park terrace with view and in the RETTEREI.

Here holistic lifestyle seminars such as bee-courses, Bokashi workshops, bread-baking courses, herbal workshops, etc. will take place in the future, as well as guided tours through the production facility and the energy-optimized building.

Guided tours and tastings

Mo, Tue: 10.30 til 11.30
Fr & Sa: 16.30 til 17.30

On request guided tour are possible at any time for 10 persons and more: Tel. 03335/2690.

Visit the Retter BioGut

That is how your holiday gets more attractive!

With the GenussCard you can visit museums and exhibitions, culinary attractions, swimming pools and gardens without additional costs!
Included is for example the pastry Ebner, which is managed in the third generation. In summer you can enjoy over 100 different sorts of ice cream here.
In the Oilmill Fandler you can feel the sense for quality and the employees with a lot of experience create very special oils, which you can taste during your stay there.
Also guests who are interested in culture will find a lot of matching attractions. It is really worth visiting the pilgrimage church at Pöllauberg.