Jagerberg is known to many mainly because of the Notburgakirtag, which takes place annually on the third Sunday in September. Not without reason, because with over 300 market exhibitors it is the largest Kirtag in Styria. But in the market town of Jagerberg in the Saßtal region, social life pulsates not only on Notburgakirtag.
Visible from afar is the parish church in the center of the village, which is dedicated to St. Andrew. In the times of the Turkish siege, St. Andrew's Church played an important role as a bulwark to southeastern Europe. Starting from the center of the village, a pilgrimage trail has now been created in the form of the St. John's Way. The approximately four-kilometer-long circular path is perfect for escaping the stress of everyday life, gathering strength and finding inner peace.
On the outskirts of the market town, a unique leisure oasis has been created in the form of the Jagerberg natural swimming pool. The bathing area covers a total area of 2,600 square meters. The children's and toddlers' bathing area and a wooden diving tower offer lots of fun. The special feature of the natural swimming pond: no chemicals are added to the water. The water is purified by thousands of water plants and microorganisms in a natural and biological way.