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Swimming in Germany

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The Zwischenahner Meer, the third largest inland lake in Lower Saxony, is not only a popular recreation and holiday destination for locals, but also for nature lovers from near and far. The so-called "Pearl of the Ammerland", as...
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East of the Lake Cospuden lake Markkleeberg opens the southern Neuseenland in Leipzig. Here you will find not only leisure activities for active people, but also peace and relaxation in the midst of beautiful nature. Fantastic...
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The lower Ilz reservoir is located directly above the trift barrier in the Passau district of Hals. The reservoir can be reached by bike within 20 minutes from the old town of Passau. There is a small car park for motorists directly...
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The name of our wellness oasis "De Baalje" comes from the German dialect and means, translated into English, bathtub . In the past, these East Frisian bathtubs...
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1 Day €7.50
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The baths at the Aqualon Therme are fed with water from the Bad and Fridolin springs. They are heated to 28 to 34 degrees depending on the basin. The bathing...
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5 Saunas
1 Day €20
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Regardless of whether you want to go for a ride in the large sports pool with a counter-current system or let yourself be whirled through the crystal-clear water...
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1 Day €14.50
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The East Frisians like to call the swimming lake in Tannenhausen, a district of Aurich, Rimini of East Frisia - due to its white pebble beach. Thanks to the excellent water quality the lake enjoys immense popularity with both locals...
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The spa world can be divided into 4 pools: An outdoor pool , which is reached by a "swim-through channel". Around the pool there are generous lying areas...
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1 Day €29
3 h €24
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Adjacent to the cities of Makranstädt and Leipzig is the Kulkwitzer See, which is particularly popular among scuba divers. This is one of the most popular diving waters in Central Germany. Bathing beaches and restaurants around the...
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The fine sandy beach at St. Peter-Ording is among the largest on Germany’s west coast. Framed by the extensive dunes and salt marshes of Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park, the beach is divided into five sections....
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The Erlabrunner Badesee is located about 15 minutes by car from Würzburg and offers everything you could wish for a day at the lake on an area of about 19 hectares. There is something for young and old on the very well-kept complex....
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The Sonnen-Therme in Eging am See is located directly at the Eginger See and therefore offers a fantastic view. There is a large exercise pool, a 33 degree...
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2 Saunas
1 Day €9
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The largest Baltic sea town of Mecklenburg is located in Kühlungsborn. The sandy beach is almost 6km/3.7mi long , and has attracted visitors since 1880. You can look forward to a diverse offer of bathing and leisure activities....
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If you want to forget the stress of everyday life and immerse yourself in another world, then the Templin Nature Spa, the small Uckermark sea, is the place for you....
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2 Saunas
1 Day €27
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The lake is famous for accommodating a biodiverse flora and fauna and for being the smallest swimming lake of all lakes in the Leipziger Neuseenland area. It is 31ha (77 acres) large and was created after the open-pit mine was closed...
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Surrounded by North Germany's largest forest area, Rostocker Heide, Baltic Seaside Resort Graal-Müritz is particularly idylically located by the sea, and offers various leisure activities. The five kilometre long and up to 40...
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The Eginger See is a 20 hectare large natural bathing lake, which spits itself from the Rohrbach in Eging. Since it is one of the few natural bathing lakes in the...
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After the closure of the former Wonnemar in Ingolstadt and a change of operator, the Donautherme opens. Three themed areas await you in the newly renovated spa:...
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8 Saunas
1 Day €26
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The Albert bath in Bad Elster is located in the Saxon Vogt region, directly at the Czech border. The region is one of the oldest mineral- and moor cure regions in...
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4 Saunas
1 Day €19
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The brine thermal baths Bad Elster are located in the Saxon Vogt region which lie at the Czech border. The region is one of the oldest mineral- and moor cure...
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4 Saunas
1 Day €38
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Lake Senftenberg is located in the Lusatian Lakeland between Cottbus and Dresden. With an area of 1300 hectares, it is one of the largest man-made lakes in Germany . The lake in the flooded Niemtsch open pit mine is very popular thanks...
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The curing bath Bad Brambach is located in the three region area between Saxon, Bavaria and Bohemia. It builds a place for calming down and enjoying the influence...
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The 5 most beautiful Swimming spots in Germany

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1.Badeparadies Schwarzwald
2.Tropical Islands
3.Miramar
4.Fontane thermal bath Neuruppin
5.Spa and Wellness bath Calypso
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Bathing fun at coasts and lakes

In the north of Germany, the North Sea coast and the Baltic coast invite for relaxing days at sea. Kilometer-long beaches, lonely bays, high dunes and thousands of roofed wicker beach chairs are characteristic for this region. While the gentle Baltic Sea offers elegant lidos and wellness for recreation, the rougher North Sea impresses with its UNESCO world heritage Wadden Sea, beautiful islands as well as ebb and flow.

 

In the country's interior you can find various lakes to cool off. Particularly attractive are the Holstein and the Mecklenburg lake districts in the north, which await with the second largest lake in the country, the Müritz. The “Steinhuder Sea“ in Lower Saxony is another popular destination. South-west of Germany you will find Lake Constance, which is not only Germany's number one, but also number one in Europe. The large Bavarian lakes, like the Chiemsee and Lake Starnberg, ensure bathing fun also in the south-east of the country.

 

In rainy weather, the German thermal baths and adventure pools offer good alternatives. The top thermal baths are Therme Erding, the AquaMagis in Plettenberg, the AQUALAND in Cologne, the Miramar in Weinheim and the Kristall Palm Beach near Nuremberg. An exotic highlight is Europe's biggest holiday world, the Tropical Islands in Brandenburg.

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