THE LUNZER SEE LAKE: Natural jewel in the Ybbstal

Surrounded by a dreamlike natural scenery, bathing is twice as much fun!

Lake Lunz is the ideal place to relax and unwind! Enjoy the peace and idyll at the unique mountain lake and forget the worries of everyday life for a moment.

The unique natural lake of Lunz is embedded in the middle of the wonderful mountain scenery of the Ybbstaler. In summer, sun worshippers always find a quiet place to relax, while those plagued by heat can always cool off with a jump into the cool water or enjoy a scoop of ice cream.

The most beautiful bathing places at Lake Lunzer See

The "Lunzer Platzl": At the rear end of the lake you will find the newly built bathing jetty with numerous berths and seats. For a relaxed sunbath, a cosy get-together or just for a short cooling off, the new bathing location is ideal!

A visit to the Lunzer Seebad is a must! In addition to a spacious lawn, a diving platform and the sun terrace from the buffet, the additional sunbathing area on the Lunzer Seebühne also contributes to the bathing pleasure.

The Seebachbad at the dammed up Seebach in the lake promenade is ideal for families with its cosy sunbathing lawn, water slide and small buffet.

Lake Lunzer See as cultural scene

A unique cultural backdrop is the renowned Lunzer Seebühne (lake stage). From the sun terrace, the stepped platform transforms into a spectators' stage in the evening. Events like the wellenklaenge festival, but also performances of international artists use the spectacular scenery!

The diversity of the Lake Lunzer See

But the Lunzer See Lake is not only a popular meeting place during the warm season: The first spring months let countless mountain daffodils blossom in the meadows around the Lake - a spectacle for nature lovers.

In autumnal ambience it is especially good to explore the surrounding hiking trails and mountain peaks. The Drei-Seen-Tour (hike over the 3 lakes of Lunz) is a highlight in any case!

As soon as the temperatures in winter allow it, the ice cover on Lunzer See Lake closes and nothing stands in the way of ice skating fun!