Seeboden is the gateway to Lake Millstatt and on Pentecost weekend this year, it will be the spot for e-bike and e-MTB riders. From here one can ride the most beautiful trails on the mountains and around the lake. The natural south bank of the lake is only a few minutes away from the festival site and the novice biker as well as the serious athlete can enjoy some amazing scenery. For those with children, one can enjoy some memories of the Middle Ages at Sommeregg Castle or play with the children at one of the numerous play and sports facilities. Seeboden can also be enjoyed without an e-bike. Magnificent parks such as Rosenpark, Klingerpark, Klauberpark or Blumenpark are far too beautiful to be overlooked. The flower parks extend to the water and are not only places for relaxation, but also starting points for a boat trip. Europe's most important bonsai museum also has a lot to view and one might be lured by the cherry blossom during Pentecost into the realm of "trees in a pot". As a qualified hiking village, Seeboden offers a variety of beautiful cycling and hiking trails, but also with a panoramic view of Lake Millstatt. Alpine huts, farmers' groceries and lakeside terraces invite you to rest and indulge yourself with some really beautiful locations. If you are planning a bike tour in Seeboden, you should definitely pack swimming trunks, because a dip in the warm, clear water is possible from many places on Lake Millstatt and rounds off a nice day.
You can book accommodations directly.

You can get more information about the accommodations and the location from Millstätter See Tourismus GmbH.

Millstätter See Tourismus GmbH
Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Straße 49
9872 Millstatt am See
T: +43 (0) 4766-3700-0