Müggelsee

Müggelsee

The Müggelsee in the district Treptow-Köpenick is the largest of the Berlin lakes. It is divided into the large and the small Müggelsee and has a total area of 7.4 square kilometres.

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    Numerous people populate the bathing beach at the Müggelsee lido.
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    Paddlers in a boat and a woman on a stand-up paddle board are on Müggelsee.
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The large area of the Müggelsees offers a variety of possibilities especially for friends of water sports. Sailing and surfing is everywhere, the operation of motor sport boats in marked fairways is allowed. There are also numerous restaurants and cafés, boathouses and the Museum Wasserwerk Friedrichhagen around the lake. In addition, interested people have the opportunity to take part in various boat tours.

Swimming in Müggelsee

On the shore of the Müggel lake there are numerous places to go swimming. Since there is no longer an operator, bathers have free admission to the Müggelsee lido. Strandbad Friedrichshagen also offers sandy beaches and a holiday feeling. West of the Strandbad Müggelsee under the steep bank there is a nudist area.

Interesting facts about the Müggelsee

The Müggelsee is the largest and one of the most famous lakes in Berlin. Through it flows a part of the Spree, which is also called Müggelspree. The districts Köpenick, Friedrichshagen, Rahnsdorf and Müggelheim in the district Treptow-Köpenick border on the lake.

Friedrichshagen lido on Müggelsee

 Adresse
Müggelseedamm 216
12587 Berlin
Address
Müggelseedamm 216
12587 Berlin
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Lakes for swimming

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Last edited: 8. July 2020