Distance: 21 km
Lake Starnberg is located 25 km south of Munich and is also called the “bathtub of Munich”. Due to the death of King Ludwig II in 1886, the lake became known far beyond Bavaria. In summer, numerous bathing spots attract people to the lake. There is also a lot to do on the lake. You can either cross the lake on one of the liners or explore the lake on an electric, pedal or rowing boat. Windsurfers, sailors, divers and water-skiers also get their money’s worth. The many paths around the lake also invite you to go for a walk or a bike ride. In winter, cross-country skiing trails are prepared in the area around the lake.