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Swimming in Switzerland

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The Davoser See is a natural reservoir, which was once formed through landslide from the Totalp in the Parsenn area. The lake reaches a depth of up to 54 m (59 yards). In summer, the water temperature climbs up to comfortable 20°C...
Waterpark Alpamare is eqquiped with four large pools (wave pool, jodine- brine- bath, Rio Mare and Alpa bath) as well as ten fun water slides. A great adventure...
4 Pools
6 Saunas
1 Day CHF49.95
34 °F
The family spa in Klosters is open throuout may to september. Klosters offers a swimming pool, spring boards.   and a shadowy children's pool made...
3 Pools
1 Day CHF6
  The water area of Eau-La-La Wellness and Adventure Bath is located on the ground floor. The glass construction of the building allows a beautiful view...
4 Pools
2 Saunas
1 Day CHF10
Swiss Holiday Park has much to offer for young and for old. It is the ideal destination for a family daytrip. The 210m² large indoors as well as the...
4 Pools
2 Saunas
3 h CHF20
37 °F
Three countries - one lake. Situated in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, Lake Constance is not just Germany's largest lake. With approximately 536 square kilometres surface area, it is also one of the biggest lakes of all of Europe ....
39 °F
50 °F
Situated beautifully amidst the Swiss Alps , Lake Silvaplana near St. Moritz is popular mainly among watersports enthusiasts. Due to relatively reliable winds, the lake is ideal for kite- and windsurfing . The so called Maloja wind...
28 °F
The bathing lake is an idyllic place that attracts both children and adults. For the little ones, a large paddling pool offers exactly what the children long for in the summer: splashing, sloshing, wading and boating. Young people...
34 °F
63 °F

The 4 most beautiful Swimming spots in Switzerland

1.Waterpark Alpamare
2.Swiss Holiday Park
4.Strandbad Klosters
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Cooling Lakes and Warm Thermal Baths



With its mild climate and a diversity of water sports and leisure activities, Lake Constance in the border triangle of Germany, Austria and Switzerland is a popular outing for hot summer days. Lake Zurich, near the city with the same name, attracts many bathers too, if the weather is kind. It is, of course, just as important to mention the many small mountain lakes in the Alpine regions. They are best discovered on a pleasurable hiking tour.


The biggest alpine thermal spa in Europe, the Leukerbad Therme, promises pure relaxation. Ten thermal baths and numerous water attractions invite you to unwind. With the Brigerbad thermal bath, the Swiss canton of Wallis offers another highlight for thermal spa lovers. Here you will find the first grotto swimming pool in Europe, as well as the longest thermal water slide in the Alps.

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