Seefeld in Tirol

Seefeld Vacations

Seefeld is one of the fortunate tourist destinations in Austria where the summer is just as busy as the winter.

Events in Seefeld, such as the Handicrafts Festival, draw visitors from around the region in summer, while the combination of downhill skiing, cross-country skiing and winter walking exert the pull in the winter months.

Seefeld seen from the Rosshütte

Most visit Seefeld for the combination of nearby mountain peaks and easy walks in close proximity to the village centre. The fact that it is located on the edge of the Karwendel Alpine Park is another attraction for the keen walker looking to use it for a base. Take a look at our Seefeld walking section for some suggestions for the area.

For those seeking less active pursuits, the Wildsee lake offers a chance to spot the squirrels and birds, to lay out in the sun, and to enjoy the new Kneipp facilities.

Seefeld history provides its own attractions with the photographers' favourite, the Seekirchl chapel, the former monastery of the Hotel Klosterbräu and the parish church of St Oswald.

Seefeld from the Pfarrhugel

The village offers a wide range of accommodation - from five-star hotels to self-catering apartments.

And, if you are interested in what the village looks like in the winter, head off to our sister site and look at Seefeld skiing.

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