Feldmochinger see:

The Feldmochinger See is Munich’s biggest lake, measuring 165.5 square meters (365 meters wide, 860 meters long, and up to 8 meters deep).

Lerchenauer see:

Lerchenauer Lake may not be the most popular attraction in Munich, but it is constantly improving. Despite the low water quality (due to filtration system issues), many tourists come to enjoy the grassy meadows and some sun. There are also place for kids to play.

Fasanerie See:

Fasanerie See is perfect for both swimmers and people who simply want to take in the scenery. Mountain bikers and hikers alike enjoy the region surrounding the lake, which features a lovely environment with twisting roads. The lake is 11 meters deep, and there are separate zones for youngsters and non-swimmers.


Feringasee has great water quality and is near to the city center, which is only two of the reasons why it is still a Munich favorite. There are also two beach volleyball courts, a vast and quiet nudist area, and lots of open space surrounding the 32-hectare lake.

Feringasee is also accessible by bike if you want to get some exercise. Simply follow the pathways north along the Isar River. There is no need to be concerned about getting lost because maps and signage are provided along the path.

Starnberger Lake: 

  • Lake Starnberg is Bavaria’s second-biggest lake and one of Germany’s most water-rich bodies of water.
  • It is favorite swimming, sports, and entertainment destination for many Munich residents and visitors, especially because it is easily accessible by suburban rail.
  • It runs 21 kilometers wide and 5 kilometers long, with a depth of up to 128 meters.
  • The lake is also ideal for boating, whether with the Bavarian Lake Navigation or a leased sailing vessel.


Tegernsee is a favorite holiday site for many people since it is one of the cleanest lakes in Bavaria and is surrounded by the Alps.

This lake is around nine square kilometers in size and is six kilometers long and one and a half kilometers broad.

If you enjoy sports, Tegernsee provides both land and water activities. With its mountains and flowing meadows, the surrounding region is ideal for hiking, mountain biking, and picturesque hikes. Swimming, sailing, and fishing are just a few of the various water sports available.

Tegernsee is located about 50 kilometers south of Munich and is easiest accessed through the A8 highway from Munich to Salzburg (exit Holzkirchen) and the B 318.


The Ammersee, Bavaria’s third biggest lake, is located around 40 kilometers southwest of Munich in a municipality-free area. Size: It has a narrow form that occupies 46.6 square kilometers.

How to get there:

Take the S-Bahn to Hersching, which is the best way to reach the Ammersee by Munich Airport Transfer , Bavaria’s third-largest lake. Despite the high volume of visitors throughout the summer, everyone can find a spot along the eight-kilometer-long lakeside promenade.

The coastline is appealing because of the free sunbathing meadows, playgrounds, jetties with diving towers, and sports fields.

Water temperature:

The water has a lovely bathing temperature of over 20 degrees already in June.