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Nature strives for balance, and so do people. The natural treasures of the Alps can be experienced in many different ways around Seefeld. Whether you follow tracks through picturesque snow-covered mountain landscapes in winter or hike through the Alps around the sunny plateau in summer, nature shows its most beautiful treasures, gives you strength, peace and relaxation. Between rugged rocks, aromatic woods and crystal-clear water, simply let your soul dangle - in the excellent wellness establishments of the pleasure region you can even do this in rainy weather. Whether a spontaneous sauna session or deep regeneration in the Day Spa - real relaxation comes naturally here
The sunny highlands of the Region Seefeld at 1,200 metres above sea level offer breathtaking natural diversity and real relaxation. With the highest density of wellness establishments in the Alpine region, the focus here is on enjoying nature both in and away from the expansive mountain worlds. Crystal clear water, eternal rock and aromatic woods merge in the traditional Tyrolean sauna culture to create a unique experience for body and soul.
Not only the alpine altitude has an activating and health-promoting effect, even allergy sufferers enjoy an alpine climate free from fine dust and pollen in the mountains around Seefeld. The seasons also change more gently than elsewhere on the scenic high plateau and impress all year round with numerous sunny days. Everywhere there are small places of power and secrets to discover. During the summer months the region also offers numerous natural Kneipp facilities for refreshing regeneration on the move.
You can also encounter the lush forests of the Region in a very special way while “bathing” in the forest. Shinrin Yoku is the traditional name of the Japanese relaxation trend and can even be experienced in Seefeld with a guest card completely free of charge and under professional guidance.
Tailor-made wellness programmes, on the other hand, are offered by the numerous excellent spa facilities in the region. These include the largest wellness hotel complex in the Alps covering a total area of over 5,000 square metres, a Roman caldarium in the versatile Seefeld Olympiabad, typical Tyrolean sweat lodges in the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch, aromatic hay baths in the Hotel Schönruh or a hand-carved wooden sauna and beer fountain in the historic monastery cellar of the Hotel Klosterbräu.
Holistic and professional spa treatments complement the very personal time out in a versatile and effective way, if desired. In between, subtle culinary delights from all over the world pamper guests. Wellness can probably be achieved with less, but one wonders why. Those who give themselves a time-out are invited to be generous with themselves - the most beautiful aspects of relaxation have already been found in Seefeld.