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If you’re wondering where’s best to cool off in the heat, I’ve made a list of my favourite places to head to: Ammersee I ended up spending a beautiful afternoon at Cafe Forster in Schondorf, Ammersee, recently.
Entrance costs just a couple of euros, and there’s a huge grassy area where you can lay out your towels and set up your parasols (parasols are also available to hire).
Walchensee One of Bavaria’s oldest (and deepest, at almost 200m) lakes, with very clear, pure water (you can drink it), the Walchensee has a turquoise glow that is reminiscent of the Caribbean.
It is cold though – it rarely gets above 18°C, but it’s a dream to jump into after a hike up the Jochberg on a summer’s day.
At Cafe Bavaria, we celebrate the fun side of all things Bavarian.
Yes, the "Reinheitsgebot" purity law of brewing sounds very serious, but it gave the world some of its finest biers to be enjoyed in large vessels while singing and dancing in grand bier halls and outdoors on leafy biergartens. Whether you're a fan of heavy bock bier or a tall, refreshing weiss bier, we've got something new for you to explore.
The southern part of the lake is dedicated to naked swimming, the western part is great for BBQs and volleyball, and families have plenty of space to relax on the western side.
It’s just 5 metres deep (thus pretty warm) and there are lots of stunning blue dragonflies to see in the summer.
For every economic summit, there is a picnic table at Oktoberfest or a nude spa in the Black Forest.However, if you head to the most eastern point of the lake, there’s a lovely shallow area that’s great for kids.