It’s truly the best time of the year. Children are off school and parents can look forward to a well-deserved holiday. Finally, it’s family time! Spend a few carefree days in See with your loved ones - your children will love their holiday in the Tyrolean Paznaun! There’s always something going on in the quaint holiday village of See.
Refreshingly cool — the games, sports and Waterpark in See
Swimming, splashing, and playing — what fun! Children’s hearts beat faster at the games, sports and Waterpark here in See. Located directly in the centre of See, the leisure park offers the perfect alternative to hiking and cycling on your summer holiday. Jump into the cool water, swim in the lake or splash with the little ones in the children’s area.
But that’s not all: Numerous leisure activities await you all around the swimming area at the park. Build figures out of sand, swing under the clouds or play a game of beach volleyball, tennis, or football with your family. No matter what age you are, don’t miss a visit to the games, sport and Waterpark in See!
Adventures on the mountain
Sommerlicher Familienurlaub in See
Set against the backdrop of the idyllic natural scenery of the Tyrolean mountains, hikers and bike enthusiasts will find a true paradise. Numerous hiking trails and unique cycling tours await your exploration. Prepare a few snacks, pack something to drink, and head out! The See cable cars are available to use even in the summer. By the way: with the Silvretta Card, your ride up the mountain is free.
Especially practical: Many hiking trails in the area are suitable for prams. Do you want to learn more about family-friendly tours and regions? Click here and discover the extensive offerings.
Highlights in the Paznaun region
Just like See wows families with its family attractions, the other villages of the Paznaun region offer just as many holiday highlights for families. So why not take your kids on a trip to Galtür, Ischgl or Kappl? After all, you want to make the most of your summer in the Tyrolean mountains, don’t you?