Chiemsee

Chiemsee is a largest lake in Bavaria, Germany.

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Chiemsee

The largest lake in Bavaria, which is otherwise known as the "Bavarian Sea". The lake does not have appreciable tides like a real sea, but it does have an area of 80 square kilometres, and it originated from the primeval Thetis Sea which once covered almost half of Europe.

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Chiemsee-Schifffahrt Ludwig Feßler GmbH

Connects Herreninsel and Fraueninsel with Seebruck, Chieming, Gstadt, Prien/Stock, Bernau/Felden, Übersee/Feldwies

GO   —  +49 80 51 60 90 —  Map


Zur Linde

Restaurant/Hotel

EAT   —  +49 80 54 3 16 —  Map

Gästehaus des Klosters

guest house

SLEEP   —  +49 8054 - 907-145 —  Map


Hotel-Restaurant Inselwirt

SLEEP   —  +49 8054 630 —  Frauenchiemsee 43


Julius Exter's House

SEE   —  Feldwies


About Chiemsee

The municipality (''Gemeinde'') consists of the islands of Herrenchiemsee (Herreninsel), Frauenchiemsee and the uninhabited Krautinsel. The Chiemsee is under the protection of the international Ramsar Convention, which was founded to preserve ecologically important wetlands. Since 1954 the mudflats in the delta formed where the Tiroler Ache flows into the lake have been a protected retreat for many endangered species of waterfowl and wader.


Source: wikivoyage