Olympiaregion Seefeld at a glance


SEEFELD – Home to a population of 3,400, Seefeld combines the traditional charm of an alpine holiday village with sophisticated, international panache. The village centre is located just a stone’s throw away from the mountain lifts, cross-country ski tracks and hiking trails. The pedestrian area, with a range of lovely boutiques, is perfect for strolling and shopping. Golf courses, a sport and congress centre, an alpine-style casino and a wide spectrum of bars, cafés, restaurants and hotels round off the superb amenities. And there’s no shortage of entertainment either with a year-round portfolio of events and traditional festivities.


  • Seekirchl church – Seefeld’s most famous landmark, also known as the Church of the Holy Cross
  • Parish Church of St. Oswald – Tyrol’s best known pilgrimage church which owes it renown to the ‘Miracle of the Host’ (1384)
  • Way of the Cross to the stone circle on Pfarrbichl hill – 14 stations lead up to the stone circle, the boulders of which depict the 12 apostles
  • Pedestrian area with a selection of lovely boutiques and a variety of cafés, bars and restaurants
  • Seefeld Casino – a central feature among Seefeld’s evening entertainment offerings
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout the pedestrian zone and in many other public areas
  • Nordic Competence Centre – offers second-to-none amenities for Nordic winter sports
  • Night-time cross-country ski tracks with floodlighting
  • Rosshütte and Gschwandtkopf ski areas – state-of-the-art ski lift facilities with immaculately groomed, multi-award-winning slopes; floodlit night skiing