Welcome to Seefeld

Sitting at an altitude of 1,200m, Seefeld is an attractive upmarket village set on a sunny plateau. It is close to the Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck. Seefeld has high class shops, award winning restaurants, 5* bars, cafés and a casino.This traditional village has a pedestrian centre and is a fashionable resort known for its world class cross-country skiing. There is plenty to offer skiers and non-skiers alike. 

Total Skiing - 294km
E
Easy:
27km
M
Medium:
11km
C
Cross country:
256km

Property Overview:


Property prices are high in Seefeld and apartment sizes tend to be smaller because of this. The resort is very popular with Italian buyers who enjoy coming to the cooler mountains in the summertime. Property in Seefeld is desirable because of its year-round popularity and also because it is ideally located so close to Innsbruck.

Most property for sale in Seefeld is fully-managed which is the ultimate convenience as you can just shut the door when you leave your property and know that everything is done for you. The rental company will advertise and market your property and handle the diary whilst you can relax and earn an income from it!


What We Love About Seefeld:


 

Sitting at an altitude of 1,200m, Seefeld is an attractive upmarket village set on a sunny plateau close to the Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck. With an excellent range of high class shops, award winning restaurants, 5* hotels, bars, cafés and a casino, this exclusive resort has plenty to offer skiers and non-skiers alike. Having hosted the Winter Olympic Nordic events on several occasions, Seefeld is one of the most famous resorts in the Alps for cross-country skiers.

This fantastic resort couldn’t be easier for a long weekends, as all of our ski property for sale in Seefeld is under half an hour from Innsbruck airport by car. There is also a direct train service available from Innsbruck to Seefeld station. Munich airport is 1 hour and 55 minutes from Seefeld by car.


Ski Scene:


Seefeld is a Mecca for cross-country skiers. This Olympic region offers over 200km of award winning, perfectly groomed trails at altitudes over 1,200m. There are also 154km of classic cross-country runs and 122km of skating runs, in addition to a 3km night track. Seefeld is one of the best places in Europe for beginner and intermediate skiing. It includes 39km of downhill skiing, including 27km of blue runs and 11km of red runs that are open from December to March. The surrounding ski area of Gschwandtkopf is a perfect place for beginners to practice. Intermediates will find more challenging pistes in the nearby Rosshütte/Härmelekopf area. Other winter sports available include tobogganing, ice skating, curling, ice climbing, snow rafting and swimming plus there are 142km of winter hiking paths .


Summer Fun:


Seefeld is surrounded by mountains which tower up to 2,600m and benefits from clean, allergen free air which makes it great for anyone who suffers from allergies. The beautiful landscape is also home to a huge number of summer sports and activities and offers 650km of marked hiking, mountain climbing and fixed rope climbing trails, graded mountain biking routes and 266km of Nordic walking routes. Other activities available in the area include paragliding, canyoning, tennis, archery, horse riding and swimming at the Olympia sports centre pool which boasts a 140m wild-water flume.

Thanks to a host of festivals held in this resort throughout the year, Seefeld provides the perfect dual-season investment. In July candles are lit in the pedestrian centre of the village and food, drink and crafts stands are set up. The town also hosts live music events at various bars and outdoor stages. During August Seefeld holds its “Blumencorso” or Flower Festival which is one of the biggest in Europe with thousands of visitors coming to watch the colourful floats and to take part in the open air party which continues until late into the night. The Seefeld Craft Fair is a celebration of the old Tyrolean handicrafts and is actually a relatively recent addition to the calendar of events. Held at the beginning of September, it highlights the craftsmen and women of the area, who keep local traditions alive in the modern world.

Keen golfers wishing to play on the Seefeld plateau have the choice between the Wildmoos course, the academy at the Lenerwiese and the driving range at the Geigenbühel. The Seefeld-Wildmoos golf club, just outside Mösern offers a par 72, 18-hole championship course. Amongst European golfers, the setting is renowned for being one of the most beautiful on the continent with Mieminger and Wetterstein mountain chains forming a stunning natural backdrop.


Thinking of Visiting?:


If you would like to see any of the ski property we have for sale in Seefeld, we would be delighted to arrange a viewing for you. Please see our visiting Austria page and then either email us at enquiries@alpinemarketing.com or call on +44 (0) 207 935 5132

We have representatives in all the resorts we sell in who would be delighted to meet you and show you around. Simply let us know which dates you have in mind and we can help organise everything for you.

For more useful information on buying a ski chalet or apartment in Austria, see our buyers guide or FAQ’s which will explain the purchasing procedure and costs involved.

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