Discover Seeboden again and again and recognize its beauties!
The ways cannot be more different! But for me it is always exciting to see how Seeboden develops from one holiday stay to the next. Open your eyes! (Peter Hahn, Munich)
But now "Petri Heil!"
With us fishing is also possible for our guests! Lake Millstätter See is well known for its abundance of fish, whether with a fishing rod from the shore or even with a boat. Fishing is an experience for nature lovers.
All INFOS on fishing permits: www.renke.at
The Slow-Trail south shore
You won't be able to walk anywhere that close to the lake. Absolutely reserved for hikers and walkers, it goes unspoilt under overhanging trees along a narrow footpath to the "Schlossvilla" opposite Millstatt.
The 4.4 km long Slow Trail South Shore shows hidden lake touches® and tells the stories of the lake huts, boat architecture and fishing. Hammocks along the trail invite you to soak up the atmosphere by the lake.
At the end of the Slow Trail, hikers reach the so-called "Wallreitereck". Here the decision is made: continue hiking to the Großegg boat landing stage, to Döbriach or take the cycle path back to the starting point.
This is really "Garten:Kunst am See"! Whether in the Klauberpark, which even offers public lake access, or in the Blumenpark, in the Klingerpark to the Rosengarten in the bay of Seeboden. Nature and the many flowers are always close to you.
" Make a detour to the fishing museum!