Swimming in the Olympiaregion Seefeld
Two indoor pools, four outdoor pools and two bathing lakes - Wildsee and Möserersee - offer a refreshing cool-down on hot summer days or soothing, warm relaxation on cold winter days. The region’s pools and lakes are popular attractions – and not only for swimming.
Olympia Sport- und Kongresszentrum Seefeld
6100 Seefeld in Tirol
Tel. +43 (0) 5212 3220
Fax +43 (0) 5212 3228
After having been successfully remodelled, the Olympia Sport and Congress Centre offers fantastic fun in the water and outstanding relaxation in the saunas. Boasting a new, contemporary feel-good ambience, the centre includes an indoor pool complex with a separate area for children and babies, a 140-metre white water slide, a newly-designed outdoor area and a kids’ playground. The extensive sauna facilities which stretch over an area of more than 2,000 square metres comprise 7 difference saunas, cold-water plunge pools, themed tranquillity rooms and relaxation pools. The centre also offers massages, solariums, infrared cabins and a new restaurant.
ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch
Telephon: 05214/ 6380
Fax 05214/ 6380-16
The “ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch” offers a unique combination of sport, leisure, wellbeing, relaxation and enjoyment of the highest calibre. Exuding a distinctive atmosphere full of character, the leisure pool boasts numerous attractions including jacuzzi loungers, a water-massage area, a waterfall, monsoon showers and various other multi-sensory showers.
Strandperle am Wildsee
“Strandperle” – With a heated outdoor pool, a children’s pool, changing rooms, several outdoor terraces (some heated), a large children’s play area, a beach volleyball court, a bouncy castle, a water trampoline, fun kayaks and a hip café-restaurant-bar for chilling out, the “Strandperle” offers an idyllic lakeside spot for bathing and swimming amidst the beauty of the stunning nature reserve.
Covered panoramic terrace, bathing lawn, waterside café, recreational and sports facilities, changing rooms, sunny terrace