Water in the middle of vineyards

Swimming in Tramin and surroundings

VALLEY LAKES, MOUNTAIN LAKES

Temperatures in the south of South Tyrol have been known to climb quite high, and as the landscape surrounding Tramin and along the South Tyrol Wine Road is so conducive to cycling and walking, a refreshing dip into water is usually welcome. It's a good thing that there's a Sport & adventure pool not far off and the perfect place for sun worshipping, doing lengths and splashing around may be reached in a few minutes.

POPULAR LAKES IN THE SOUTH

Those looking for well known bathing lakes should go to the lake at Kaltern, where you are spoilt for choice between sunbathing on the grass, swimming across the lake or exploring tranquil waters in a pedalo or rowing boat to watch water birds. Going further north, past the villages of Kaltern and Eppan, are the two shimmering Montiggl lakes set amidst the green Montiggl wood, where there's some wilder swimming to be had. While Kaltern lake is the warmest bathing lake in the Alps, Montiggl lakes can pride themselves on their unspoilt nature.

SWIMMING IN THE MOUNTAINS

If you are looking to swim in a mountain lake for an even wilder experience, then a dive into Fenner See lake on the Fennberg plateau will be in order. In high summer this lake is pleasantly warm, and it is well worth visiting for its impressive landscape, too.

SWIMMING ON OUR DOORSTEP

Why venture further afield when you can leap into clear waters nearby and swim a few rounds after an eventful day? Sun, swimming, splashing around – in the middle of Tramin, surrounded by vineyards.

 

 

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