What travelers say
people live throghout the year.
Great are the possibilities for the sportives!!
Many are infact the in/out-to keep fit and healthy and get relaxed while staying:
swimming, sport-flying, golf, squash centres, tennis courts, ski facilities and much,
Seefeld is a nice and pictoresque village in western Austria. Wether winter or summer, it attracts thousands of skiers and walkers who wish to enjoy this extraordinary austrian resort in Tyrol.
... More /> It extends over a large plain through which both the Inn and the Isar flow, a plateaux where other characteristic villages can be admired though!
All around you can enjoy a really unforgettable view of the Inn Valley and the impressive peaks of Karwendel and Wetterstein and Mieminger!
It cannot be forgotten that, because of its delicious position, it is the ideal place for those who simply like to have a walk in strict contact with nature and enjoy, that way, its natural beauties, but skiers will have great fun, too!
It was once a farm – land, but it has been growing to what it is at present: an important tourist resort, not to be missed, both in winter and in summer!
Seefeld, wordly known as a country-cross skiing centre, is an ideal tourist resort, both in winter and in summer, for its extraordinary geographical position which, no doubt, offers highly attractive walks through its mountainous paths and across Karwendel Natural Park, for one day excursions and more.
It offers great opportunities for lodging and eating with its hotel-accomodations, inns & Taverns, guest-houses, camp-grounds and package-holidays.
Restaurants offer nearly any kind of cousine from the asian and the italian one to the typical regional dishes.
The climate is that typical of western Europe, whose warmer temperatures are to be enjoyed in summer from june to the first half of september.
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