Two natural bathing lakes,
Clear water and wonderful scenery
Fun and relaxation for everyone
In the summer months, you will bump into the locals from Goldegg at their lake. And why not, everything that one needs for relaxed hours in the sun can be found at the Goldegg moor lake and the Böndlesee lake. The lakes and bathing establishments are a sanctuary for the locals. A lot is just as it was in former times and will be preserved as such for as long as possible. It must be worthwhile preserving something that is so important to us locals.
Relaxation or action
Of course both. If you are tired from hiking or a long mountain tour, you are surely looking forward to the moment when you can at last put your feet into the refreshing water. Your kids are probably there already causing havoc at the lido, in the children pools and the other many play areas. Do you know already which lake you will go to today? The Böndlesee lake or the Goldegg moor lake ...
Everything like it used to be,
up to and including the lifeguard
At the Goldegg moor lake bathing establishment, special attention is paid to tradition and quality. Therfore the lifeguard takes extra care of everything. He is German, but has a personal connection to the lake. His wife’s grandfather built the lido. The romantic 20’s style does not in anyway conflict the modern equipment around the sunbathing lawn, the diving platform or the children’s pool. Just outside the village you can dive into the healing moor water. The lake is not deep, so in summer it reaches a very pleasant temperature.
Goldegg has another lake
The Böndlesee lake is located a little bit away from Goldegg and offers a refreshing cooling down in the most splendid mountain scenery. At 843 metres above sea level, it does not get quite as warm as the Goldegg lake. It usually gets up to 24 degrees and is especially suitable for many an active hour in the water. A few really nice guesthouses and outdoor restaurants are just a stone’s throw away. For example the Seebichl restaurant located just above the Böndlesee lake. Eva Pronebner is the landlady at the Seebichl. Despite her young age, she has already travelled around the world and returned home to Goldegg for here it is the nicest. Back at home she built a life for herself. In the summer she looks after the sunbathing areas by the lake and manages the small buffet at the lido. If you find yourself eating sausage and chips, then these are cooked by Eva. Ice cream, cold drinks, hot coffee; Eva knows what is good and what is needed for a nice day at the Böndlesee lake.