Tyrol's high plateau lies at 1,200 metres above sea level in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps, nestled in a breathtakingly beautiful landscape.
Snow-sure in winter - sun-drenched in summer.
The winter enchants with its glittering snowy landscape and numerous sporting activities. The extensive approximately 245 kilometres of perfectly groomed cross-country ski trails (skating and classic) offer ideal conditions for practising Nordic sports. The alpine ski areas Geigenbühel, Geschwandtkopf and Rosshütte all start directly in Seefeld. Numerous tobogganing opportunities, curling, snowshoe hiking and an ice skating rink round off the winter holiday.
In spring and summer, fantastic hiking trails, bike tours and climbing adventures of all levels of difficulty attract visitors. A prestigious 18-hole championship golf course with perfect fairways and greens, as well as a 9-hole golf course for a game in an extraordinary mountain landscape. The Wildsee lake with the Strandperle lido and the Olympia swimming pool with adventurous water slides and excellent sauna facilities provide the perfect place to cool off.
Atany time of the year Seefeld offers a small but fine town centre with exquisite shopping opportunities, numerous culinary temptations and international flair.
Seefeld in Tyrol is one of the "Best of the Alps" - the 12 world-famous tourist destinations in the European Alps.