The numerous warm bathing lakes around Tramin are ideal not only for swimming, but also for water sports. A beach holiday promises pure variety in the south of South Tyrol.
The warmest swimming lake in the Alps
At Lake Kaltern you can go for a dip as early as June. You have the choice of swimming in the lake itself or in one of the outdoor swimming pools owned by the lidos. For water sports enthusiasts it has options for sailing, surfing, kiting and rowing. And if it’s not a bathing season, you can just walk around the lake and enjoy the scenery..
The Great and the Lesser
The Great and the Lesser Monticolo Lakes in Appiano are only 15 minutes’ drive from our bed and breakfast. In addition to a lido with swimming pool (incl. water slide!) you can also indulge yourself in bathing from the edge of the forest. Rowing boats can be rented at the Great Lake of Monticolo, so there’s nothing standing in the way of a rowing party to the Lake Castle.
No admission, yet a green meadow and a jetty; this is the idyllic mountain lake on at Favogna. Enjoy the natural lake with its view of the picturesque Favogna church.
A must for nature lovers!
The largest lake in Italy
Lake Garda is also a swimming lake! On its shores you will find numerous bathing beaches, which are usually accessible free of charge. For example, take a day trip to Riva del Garda, take a look at the fashionable holiday resort and stroll along the “Lungolago” promenade to Torbole. You will pass by the popular beaches of Spiaggia di Sabbiono and Spiaggia dei Pini.
Lake Garda is an hour’s drive away.