Description & Details
Thanks to the harmonious combination of nature and architecture, the Passau year-round swimming pool "peb" is one of the most beautiful in East Bavaria. Modern technology and various attractions ensure lots of bathing fun for young and old. Regardless of the weather, you can visit either the outdoor swimming pool or the indoor swimming pool.
A bathing paradise for young and old
The indoor swimming pool is open all year round and offers an abundance of attractions. If you want to train in chest, crawl, butterfly or back style, you can use the 25 metre long sports pool. In the current channel of the adventure pool, on the other hand, you can let yourself drift comfortably. In addition, a water mushroom, neck showers and bubble loungers provide relaxation. Right next door you will find the whirlpool and also the steam bath with pleasant warm temperatures offers relaxation. In the outdoor pool you can not only enjoy the fresh air, but also a great view of the starry sky in the evening. A highlight is the saltwater pool, for which you have to pay extra. In the brine-enriched water you can let yourself drift and listen to the soft background music. The salt stimulates your blood circulation, cleanses the bronchi and softens the skin.
Indoor highlights for small water rats
The little ones feel at home in the children's pool. Numerous fun games, such as the water crocodile and the spray hedgehog invite you to splash around. The two water slides are the highlight for the bigger kids. The 90-metre long tyre slide is the highlight, while the 82-metre long black hole slide impresses with various light and sound effects on the rapid way down.
Swimming and splashing around makes you hungry - the indoor swimming pool restaurant will help. The team also spoils its bathers with a wide range of culinary delights, from light snacks to hearty meals.
Swimming in the open air
A wave pool, action-packed slides, challenging diving towers, a spacious lawn for sunbathing and much more - the outdoor pool also scores with its varied offer for young and old bathers. Ambitious swimmers can take their lanes in the 50-metre-long sports pool, while the adventure pool with neck showers, current channel, bubble loungers and massage jets provides relaxation. Swimming, splashing around and having fun - that's what the little ones can do in the paddling pool. The older children, on the other hand, are attracted by the water slides and the large diving pool, where they can jump into the water from towers one, three, five or ten metres high. The wave pool, on the other hand, is very popular with all family members. In the Kneipp pool, health-conscious bath visitors can gently stimulate their circulation and strengthen their immune system.
Leisure fun in the outdoor pool
After bathing, spacious sunbathing lawns and terraces tempt you to sunbathe. Those who prefer it shady will surely find a nice place under the numerous trees. Outside the pools there is a football field, a streetball court, a beach volleyball court, table tennis, a giant chess table and a children's playground for lots of fun and variety. Hungry swimmers can eat delicious snacks on the garden terrace of the swimming pool restaurant or at the barbecue hut with picnic area.
In the sauna area you can recover from the stress of everyday life and enjoy pure wellness. The modern architecture, numerous sun bays and a beautifully landscaped brook run in the generous outdoor area provide for a feel-good atmosphere between the sauna sessions. There are six different saunas to choose from.
The Finnish sauna is one of the most traditional sweat chambers. Here you can expect a temperature of 100 degrees and a relatively low humidity of five to ten percent. The bio-sauna with a room temperature of 50 degrees and up to 55 percent humidity is somewhat more gentle on the circulation. The unique tunnel sauna is one of the highlights of the Passau sauna world. In the ambience of a mine tunnel you can sweat at 95 degrees. Four times an hour the air is aromatically humidified with fragrance infusions. Special swing seats with heat lamps in the gemstone gallery in front of the sauna ensure relaxation after a sauna session. In the large sauna dome you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Neuburg Forest at 90 degrees Celsius. In the birch sauna you will be pampered with a tapping massage with wet birch branches. Wenik infusions also take place at certain times. The 85 degree warm Galeriesauna rounds off the sauna offer. In addition, an aroma steam bath and an infrared cabin ensure well-being and relaxation. A small refreshment and tasty drinks are available on request in the gastro area of the sauna area.
- The day pass at Passau Pool PEB is €6 making it one of the 3 cheapest spas in Germany.
- There are numerous parking facilities nearby.
- There’s no need to be starving! A kiosk and a restaurant cater for all tastes and needs.
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Wellness & Beauty
A visit to the sauna landscape is particularly worthwhile in combination with a massage or an aroma bath in the balineum oasis of well-being. Here you can not only switch off and recharge your batteries, but also do sports. In addition to various spa and cosmetic treatments, a modern fitness studio awaits you. At certain times gymnastics courses and a back school are offered. Through the combination of sport, massages and sauna you will achieve the greatest wellness effect for body and soul. At the balineum juice bar you can get drinks and snacks.
How to get there
Coming from Regensburg / Deggendorf:
Follow the A3 motorway in the direction of Passau. Leave the motorway at the Passau-Mitte exit and take the B12/B388 in the direction of Passau. Turn right at the first exit onto Pionierstraße. At the second traffic light the Passauer Erlebnisbad is located on the right hand side.
Coming from Regen / Czech Republic:
You drive on the B85 in the direction of Passau. At the entrance to Passau, first turn right towards the motorway, then left onto the Franz-Josef-Strauß-Brücke and drive straight ahead. After about two kilometres you have to turn right onto Pionierstraße. At the second traffic light you have reached the Passauer Erlebnisbad. It's on the right.
Coming from Freyung / Waldkirchen:
The B12 leads you directly to Passau. After entering the village, turn right at the second traffic light. Follow this road along the Danube to the second Danube bridge. Then turn left onto the Franz-Josef-Strauß-Brücke and drive straight ahead. After about two kilometres turn right and follow the Pionierstraße. At the second traffic light you have reached the peb on the right side.
Coming from Linz / Wels:
Take the A3 to the exit Passau-Süd and turn right towards Passau. After entering the town you have to turn left into Messestraße. After about one kilometre you have reached the Passau adventure pool.
From direction Schärding / Neuhaus / Pocking:
Follow the signs to Passau. At the motorway exit Pocking you take the A3, which you leave at Passau-Süd. Then turn right in the direction of Passau. After entering the town turn left into Messestraße. After about one kilometer you have reached the peb.
You can park your car free of charge in the Kohlbruck multi-storey car park opposite the swimming pool.
By public transport:
Buses 1/2, 5/6 and 8/9 stop directly in front of the main entrance to the swimming pool.