The Tegernsee valley is located about 50 kilometers south of Munich on the edge of the Bavarian Prealps. The 6.5 km long and 1.4 km wide Tegernsee is fed by crystal-clear mountain streams and framed in the south by the Hausbergen Wallberg, Leonhardstein and Hirschberg. Around the lake are the four communities Bad Wiessee, Gmund, Kreuth, Rottach-Egern and the city of Tegernsee, which have retained their original and typical character for centuries.
Authentic tradition, exquisite culture, alpine elegance, pure nature – the Tegernsee holiday region is both traditional and cosmopolitan for its visitors and scores points in terms of enjoyment, health, glamor and fun.
Those who are interested in nature can immerse themselves in the underwater world of native fish species in the Aquadome freshwater aquarium, get an insight into the realm of the golden eagle or learn interesting facts about fauna and flora on the nature trails.
With its high-quality hotel industry and infrastructure, the holiday region Tegernsee is a year-round attractive travel destination. National and international leading accommodation establishments as well as numerous smaller, lovingly managed accommodations in the upscale segment ensure an all-inclusive stay.