The clear mountain lakes appear like small emeralds between the imposing mountain massifs. The mountain lakes are not typical swimming lakes but hardened swimmers like to jump into the freezing waters and to enjoy a few swimming strokes surrounded by the peaks of the mountains.
Lake Kaltern: South Tyrol’s warmest lake
The 1.8 kilometres long Lake Kaltern tempts with significantly warmer temperatures. It is the warmest lake in the Alps and is surrounded by the South Tyrolean vineyards near Bolzano. Hire of rowing boats and a surf school promise aqua fun at its best. The variety of fish species attracts many hobby fishers to the shores of Lake Kaltern. Treasure hunt on a swimming holiday in South Tyrol: if you are very lucky then you may even find freshwater mussels.
Swimming holiday in South Tyrol:
Don’t forget your swimming trunks!
Greetings from the ice age: Lago Piccolo di Monticolo and Lago Grande di Monticolo were formed by erosion during the ice age. The temperatures of both swimming lakes are very pleasant during the summer months. Spend a day of your swimming holiday in South Tyrol at one of the beautifully situated lakes near Eppan at the Wine Route.
A swimming holiday in South Tyrol for sporty bathing beauties
The fair winds at Lake Reschensee allow for many sports activities: Lake Reschensee is the right place for kite surfers, windsurfers and sailors. Don’t forget to bring your swimwear when spending a holiday at the Dolce Vita Hotels! It doesn’t matter whether you spend your swimming holidays in South Tyrol at the beautiful swimming lakes or at the pools of your Dolce Vita Hotels – swimming is always a refreshing pleasure in August!