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Swimming in Bayerisch Eisenstein

There are a number of opportunities for swimming in the area: from leisure complexes to simpler indoor/outdoor pools to natural swimming ponds and lakes. We have swimming towels for you to borrow.

Lam – Osserbad

This is the main leisure complex for swimming in the area. About 20 minutes drive and accessible by bus. 4 outdoor and 3 indoor pools. Area for small children, 2 water slides, Finnish sauna, steam bath, solarium, café/bistro.

See http://www.lamer-winkel.bayern/de/ for opening hours and the reasonable prices compared to UK.

Zwiesel

Indoor pool and outdoor fun pool, sauna, warm water massage, pirate ship. Opening hours vary. 10-15 minutes by car. Carfree: take the train to Zwiesel, the swimming pool (Erlebnis Bad) is a few minutes walk.

Regen

Several open air pools, slide, diving boards, kiosk and bistro. By the B85 at Regen.

There are also a lot of natural bathing ponds and lakes. These are available for anyone to use free of charge, do not use chemicals, are not heated, usually have grassy areas for sunbathing and parking. They are only open in the main summer months and there is normally no attendant or lifeguard.

There is a small natural swimming lake at Regenhuette - carfree by bus. There are also natural pools for swimming at Spiegelau (with beach volleyball and mini golf) - carfree by train via Zwiesel- and Lohberg (Naturbad Huber Weiher, open June to August, fed by a spring).

 

Contact us

Bavarian Forest Holidays
Hans-Watzlik-Strasse 8
94252 Bayerisch Eisenstein
Germany

Tel.
(Germany) +49 (0) 9925 90 32 04
(UK) 07813 811 497 (Martin)
(Ulrike – Germany) +49 (0) 160 9171 8011

Email:
info@bavarian-forest-holidays.com

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Skiing on the Arber

Forest walk

Arriving by train from the UK

Baby bear in the Bavarian Forest National Park

Cookery lesson

Bavarian Forest mountains

Martin with the first Sengzelten

Regensburg Cathedral

Rissloch falls

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