Distance from hotel: 36.7 km
The Starnberger sea is about 25 km far away from Munich and is the fifth biggest sea in Germany. It is the nearest sea to Munich and the starnberger sea is the Munichs' most popular recreational area.
Distance from hotel: 45.8 km
Schliersee is a natural lake in Upper Bavaria in the Bavarian Alps. It is located next to the small town of Schliersee in the Miesbach district. The lake is named for the monastery Kloster Schliersee ("Sliersee"), established in 779 at Kirchbichl nearby Westenhofen.
Distance from hotel: 48.8 km
Tegernsee is a town in the Miesbach district of Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the shore of Tegernsee lake, at an elevation of 747 m (2451 ft.) above sea level. The town has its origins in the Tegernsee Abbey, which was founded in 746. Today it is considered a spa town, surrounded by an alpine landscape. The economy is mainly based on tourism.
Distance from hotel: 54.1 km
Everyone from Munich knows the Spitzingsee during winter. It is a perfect place to ski and it is only about 60km far away from Munich. But the Spitzingsee offers much more to experience than skiing.
Distance from hotel: 55.6 km
Chiemsee is a freshwater lake in Bavaria, Germany, between Rosenheim, Germany, and Salzburg, Austria. It is often called the Bavarian Sea. The rivers Tiroler Achen and Prien flow into the lake; the river Alz, out of it. The Chiemsee is divided into the bigger, north section, in the northeast, called Weitsee, and the Inselsee, in the southwest.
Distance from hotel: 110.6 km
The Königssee is a lake located in the extreme southeast Berchtesgadener Land district of the German state of Bavaria, near the border with Austria. Large parts are comprised by the Berchtesgaden National Park.