Bathing & Saunas

Swimming, Wellness & Spas in the Northeast of Munich

Pack your swimming gear because it is not just the area's open-air pools and lakes that attract in summer.

A day of wellbeing at the Therme Erding spa is particularly enjoyable at cooler times of year and a welcome change. Simply unwind.

"Hand on heart" - where else can you relax, switch off and recuperate so wonderfully?

Therme Erding Spa

Distance: 33 km - about 30 minutes' drive

Relax as if you were on a short break in the South Pacific and enjoy time out for wellness in the world's largest spa.

Those looking for fun and adventure are well catered for in the leisure pool, with over 2,500 metres of slides - 26 different ones for all ages and demands. Or relax in the wave pool and let yourself be carried along.

The "VitalTherme & Sauna" sauna complex with four sauna categories offers everything you need for a themed sweating experience.

Roberto Beach Aschheim

Distance: 1 km

Just around the corner from Schäfflerwirt!
Soak up the atmosphere at this very special location.

Enjoy great beach parties, cosy evenings lounging or simply a unique evening away from it all. Experience South Pacific flair 365 days a year, right on the edge of Munich at Aschheimer See.

Heimstettener See

Distance: 3 km - about 5 minutes' drive

Also known by the locals as "Fidschi".

This groundwater lake offers great bathing fun for the whole family, with a large recreational area and good water quality.

It is therefore ideal for swimming or walks.


Feringasee Lake

Distance: 8 km - about 20 minutes' drive

Feringasee is the largest bathing lake in the north of Munich. 32 hectares and up to seven metres deep.

Ideal for swimming, relaxation, recreation and for walks. There is a path around the lake some two kilometres long, which is also very popular with cyclists.



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