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Lake Kaltern

A perfect bathing lake with a widely renowned name. Lake Kaltern is located in a deep valley, snugly nestled between two mountain groups and is cosily surrounded by vineyards, forests and reeds. The lake definitely gives the area its distinct characteristic.

For a perfect summer holiday, it is not always necessary to go to the sea. Sun, beaches, water and everything you need can also be found at Lake Kaltern and at the Lakes of Montiggl in Southern South Tyrol.

Fishermen, surfers, nature lovers, hikers, sailors, swimmers and boaters: Lake Kaltern is a real holiday paradise with a wide range of activities.

The lake is a famous destination in South Tyrol and is about 2 km long and 1 km wide. In total, it has a surface of 147 hectares as well as an average depth of 4 meters, which makes it the warmest bathing lake in the Alps. From May to September, Lake Kaltern is a wonderful place for sun lovers and swimmers.

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Lake Kaltern in winter
Lake Kaltern in winter

St. Josef am See, a district of Kaltern on the wine route, covered in snow.

© Tourismusverein Kaltern - Helmuth Rier
View of Lake Kaltern
View of Lake Kaltern

The 1.8 km long Lake Kaltern is located in Überetsch between Tramin and Kaltern on the wine route.

© Tourismusverein Kaltern - Helmuth Rier
St. Josef am See
St. Josef am See

The unique pisition in the middle of Lake Kaltern and wonderful vineyards make St. Josef am See a real holiday paradise.

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Lake Kaltern
Lake Kaltern

St. Josef is located directly at picturesque Lake Kaltern.

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St. Josef am See
St. Josef am See

St. Josef am See is located at Lake Kaltern - a famous holiday paradise for swimmers and water sports lovers.

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Lake Kaltern
Lake Kaltern

View to Lake Kaltern

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Lake Kaltern
Lake Kaltern

Lake Kaltern is embedded in the typical South Tyrolean vineyards.

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