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The most beautiful swimming spots in the Rhine-Neckar Area

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The most beautiful swimming spots in the Rhine-Neckar Area

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When hot summer heat is taking over the city, when the air is standing still in the Rhine-Neckar Area and the asphalt melting, there’s only one right to do: Grab your swimwear, hop on your bike and head out to the countryside, right into the cool, fresh water. Bring a friend, a frisbee and a watermelon to make it perfect. Here are the most popular lakes of our users in the Rhine-Neckar Area. They show you the most beautiful bathing spots surrounded by romantic forests, turquoise blue lakes and long sandy beaches, so you can easily surf the next heatwave.

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Tours & Highlights

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    Erlichsee

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The Erlichsee is part of a lake district, where you can cycle wonderfully. In summer you can even refresh yourself in the lake during your tour. The beach at the campsite invites you to relax on the shore and swim a few moves in the water.The beach is open daily from May to September from 9am to 7pm. Admission costs 3 euros for adults and 1.50 euros for children.

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    Baggersee Epple

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The Epple lake here is a large quarry pond with an outdoor pool. After the season it is freely accessible. You can watch the sunset here wonderfully. There is enough seating.
    The lake of the same name on the Baden side is not that beautiful. You can swim there for free (only parking for the car costs money).

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    Silbersee

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The silver lake has decades of the very best water quality, you can on the water, drinking coffee, in winter mulled wine, a very large area in conjunction with parts of the Old Rhine plus other smaller lakes ....

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    Baggersee Johanniswiese Jockgrim

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Outside the season, the beach is freely accessible. So you can sit in the sand on nice days and watch the ducks.

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    Epplesee

    Hiking Highlight

    In summer a popular bathing lake with separate nudist area and a restaurant.
    Outside the bathing season on nice ways to 2/3 to circle.
    See also: karlsruhe-tourismus.de/Media/Attraktionen/Epplesee-Forchheim

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    Streitköpflesee

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    During classic visiting times, the parking lot is chargeable (approx. 4-5 €) and there are actually no close alternatives.

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    Waidsee Weinheim

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Beautiful lake. In addition to the official beach there are also countless access to the water where you can splash free. There is also a dock for smaller boats.

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    Weingarten Baggersee

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    At the Baggersee Weingarten you can refresh yourself in the summer after a tour in the water. The beautiful sandy beach is freely accessible. At weekends, the DLRG is on-site and ensures the safety of the bathers and their entertainment.

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    Gelterswoog

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Surrounded by the beautiful Palatinate Forest, the Gelterswoog is a pearl of a lake in the middle of nature. Here you can ride a great bike and swim in summer. On the northern shore of the lake, there is a beach that invites you to take a long break, whether to relax in the soft grass or to dive in the fresh lake water.

    The bathing area is open in the summer from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 20 o'clock and on Mondays from 12 to 20 o'clock. Admission costs 3.50 euros for adults and 1.80 euros for children.

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    Bärenlochweiher

    Hiking Highlight

    We were back for swimming in the Bärenlochweiher, a free usable Naturbadeweiher with changing rooms and games on the very beautiful playground at Bärenloch in Kindsbach in Kaiserslautern. When we got hungry we visited the restaurant Kahnhaus am Bärenlochweiher. The restaurant with beer garden is located directly on the pond. Highly recommended.

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    Eiswoog

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    On hot summer days you can find the refreshment you need at the Eiswoog. The lake lies in a romantic forest, through which many shady paths lead. One of them leads around the lake for about three kilometers.

    At the small forest lake there are also sunbathing lawns that invite you to relax and swim. Just hop in the water to refresh yourself, because the lake is a popular bathing lake.

    For your physical well-being is also taken care of, right on the shore of the lake is namely a hotel with a cozy beer garden.

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    Seehofweiher

    Hiking Highlight

    The kiosk on Seehofweiher was completely redeveloped not so long ago and is now worth a real recommendation. We had different variations of tarte cake today, and they were all delicious.

    The toilets are super clean and modern. The location idyllic, right on the meadow of the bathing lake.

    Opening hours: March to May: Wednesday to Sunday 11am to 6pm
    June to September, daily 11 am to 10 pm
    October and November: Tuesday to Sunday 11am to 7pm

    More information: erlenbach-am-berwartstein.de/seehof

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    Badesee Heddesheim

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Great lake which is very well visited.
    Costs admission.

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