Seeboden is a town in the Spittal an der Drau district in Carinthia, Austria.
Seeboden is located at the western end of the Millstätter See immediately next to the district capital Spittal an der Drau.
Seeboden consists of four divisions: Lieseregg, Lieserhofen, Seeboden and Treffling. There are 22 places in the area.
Seeboden also contains Wirlsdorf, the nationally-famous tourism resort.
Up to 1850, the places in Seeboden belonged to the lands of Sommeregg, which was originally owned by the local inhabitants and had been called Lodron in Gmünd since 1651. The areas of Seeboden and Treffling were united in 1870, whereas Lieserhofen stayed as a separate area until 1973.
Originally, most of the areas were rural with little industry or trade. In recent decades, foreign traffic has become the most important trade area in Seeboden.
According to the 2001 census, Seeboden has 6045 inhabitants, of which 91.4% are Austrian citizens, 1.9% are from Germany and 1.8% are from Bosnia and Herzegovina. 64.8% of the population are Roman Catholics, 25.9% are Evangelists and 2.2% are Muslims. 5.6% of the population do not subscribe to any religion.