Nestling in a green hollow is the Kalterer See lake – a popular spot for strolls and gentle walks in the spring and autumn and a bathing paradise in summer. Being relatively shallow and enjoying ideal conditions, the lake is one of the warmest in the Alps. Dozing off in the sun on the lawn, taking the occasion dip in the refreshing water – this is how most people imagine their ideal swimming holiday to be! You can spend all day here just lounging around by the lake.
For those seeking peace and quietSunbathing in the sun or bathing in the lake are both equally possible. Children can splash around and play in the waist-high water near the shore, while more expert swimmers can head off towards the centre of the lake or swim down to the other... more
Calling all keen swimmersThe lake at Kaltern-Caldaro offers ideal conditions for bathing guests of all ages, with its flat shores, shallow depth, gravelled access paths and long, sun-drenched bathing jetties. And if you’re not into swimming, you’ll... more
Calling all explorersIf you want to do more than just relax by the lake, there are plenty of places to explore. The walking path around the lake is eight kilometres long and goes past vineyards and orchards before returning to its starting point. The lake is home to... more
Fact and more factsWell-known Kalterer See lake is one of the largest lakes in South Tyrol. At 1.8 kilometres in length, 0.9 kilometres in width, a maximum depth of 4 metres, it is, with good water quality thrown in, just perfect for holiday by (and in) the water.... more
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