At a glance
Strap on your skis and go cross-country
Ride the cable car to see beautiful views
Splash your way down local waterslides
Destinations in Seefeld
Top things to See and Do in Seefeld
Wildsee in Seefeld
Seefeld takes its name from the words 'See', meaning lake, and 'Feld', meaning field. The bathing lake is the Wildsee, which is 5.1m deep and is flanked by thick forests. It attracts a whole host of aquatic birds, gentle wildlife and thriving plants.
Area of natural beauty
Wildsee is protected as a place of outstanding natural beauty. The lake is incredibly tranquil, with numerous walking paths for afternoon rambles.
On warm days, swimmers flock to Wildsee to take a refreshing dip. The lake waters only reach 20°C - though the heated swimming pool on the lake complex is a warmer option. There's an excellent restaurant, kid’s pool, adventure playground, kayaks for hire and changing facilities.
The pedestrianised village is perfect for farmers' markets, flea markets and other pop-up possibilities where you can fill your shopping bags. The regular market is held on Tuesdays and sells fresh food produce from local farms.
There are plenty of mid-range retailers in Seefeld as well, offering an array of products like sunglasses, activewear, jewellery, clothes and shoes.
Seefeld has a number of boutiques stocking designer gear to suit all tastes, like Moncler, Kenzo, Burberry and baby Gucci - plus high-end jewellery and accessories, too.
Seefeld has an array of small bars and pubs where you can go for a quiet evening drink, or just sit and watch the world go by. The pedestrianised centre has plenty of pavement café that are perfect for people watching.
The Die Kane bar and club is a buzzy place for cocktails and a floor show. The venue is part of the Hotel Klosterbräu and bills itself as ‘the most sophisticated nightspot in town’. It’s open three times a week in the summer.
Austrian cuisine is the main focal point in Seefeld. You'll find Austrian pubs, delicatessens and fine-dining restaurants with prices to suit every budget. You can settle down for a meal or a glass of wine around Lake Wildsee and watch the sun set on the water, or discover mountain huts serving coffee and cake thousands of metres above sea level.
Deli delights at Plangger Delikatessen
Along the Klosterstrasse is the Plangger Delikatessen, a contemporary deli serving light lunches and wine in the beautiful centre of Seefeld. The popular choice is the Tiroler Teller platter consisting of different hams, breads and cheeses. And if anything tickles your fancy, you can buy some to take home with you.
Feeling friendly at Elizabeth’s Bar
Opposite the train station is the small and traditional Elizabeth’s Bar. With reasonably priced food, scrumptious Tiroler gröstl and a beer garden to enjoy during the summer months, it’s a great place to stop for lunch.
Non-stop fun at Wildmoos Alm
On the Wildmoos plateau at 1,300m (that's as high as Ben Nevis) is the crazy Wildmoos Alm. Known for its entertaining owner Walter, its food and its schnapps fountain, every day is a party. Energetic staff and quirky interiors make this restaurant a memorable experience for all.