Fun in the water in Nauders

Cool off on hot summer days

Water lovers of all ages will feel at home in the idyllic mountain lakes and generous pools.

For those who love the element of water, Nauders has a variety of ways to enjoy the cool waters. Whether in untouched nature or in an open-air or indoor pool is completely up to you …

A hot tip for summer: Entrance to the swimming pools is reduced or even free with the Summercard. That makes relaxed paddling between the Tyrolean mountains even more fun!

Open air swimming pools 

Pfunds open air pool 

From the end of May until early September swimmers of all ages can use the open-air pool in Pfunds which is heated with solar energy. The 750 square metre pool offers a water temperature of a pleasant 24 degrees Celsius. You can swim your lengths in a 33-metre long competition pool or paddle in the pool for non-swimmers, it’s totally up to you. The children have their own shallow pool and volleyball fans will be overjoyed at the beach volleyball court that belongs to the pool. 

Opening times and prices

  • End of May to early September: daily from 10:00 am until 07:00 pm
  • Free entry with the Summercard! 

Prutz open-air adventure pool 

The 42-metre long water slide at the Prutz open-air adventure pool will make the children’s heart beat faster. Three swimming pools, a reverse-current pool, a wave pool, a children’s pool and a 15,000 square metre sunbathing lawn all make for a top bathing experience. Maximum water depth is 1.8 metres. And if you’re feeling a little (or a lot!) hungry, there are tasty meals and snacks in the swimming pool restaurants. 

Opening times and prices

  • End of May to early September: daily from 09:30 until 19:00
  • Free entry with the Summercard!

Outdoor water fun 

Bathing lake Ried

The 2.5-hectare big and four-metre deep Ried bathing lake has an idyllic location between Ried and Prutz. Surrounded by expansive sunbathing areas and forest, it offers peace and quiet. In the middle of the lake there is an island which can be reached by wading through ankle-deep water. A 40-metre giant slide, water sports equipment and pedal boat hire all offer great fun for all ages. And when you start to get hungry, Ernstl’s Fishing Hut invites you to linger a while.

Good to know: With the Summercard, entrance is free!

Lake Reschen

Water lovers who might also like to swim across the border to South Tyrol, will come across a huge “bathtub” by way of a man-made reservoir – complete with church steeple rising up out of the water. 

Lake Haider

Surrounded by mighty mountain peaks lies the 90-hectare unspoilt Lake Haider – right next to Lake Reschen. It offers a broad spectrum for active holidaymakers and relaxation-seekers. The lake, which is no more than 15 metres deep, rarely reaches more than 20 degrees Celsius, even in the height of summer. Ideal for cooling down!

Grüner See (Bergsee)

Bei der Rundwanderung Schwarzer See - Grüner See können sich müde Wander- und Radlerbeine abkühlen und wer eine richtige Erfrischung braucht, darf gerne auch in den Grünen See eintauchen. Tipp: Bergfahrt mit der Mutzkopfbahn.

Bathe in neighbouring Switzerland

Bogn Engiadina, Scuol & Alpenquell Water Park, Samnaun

In neighbouring Switzerland, the renowned Bogn Engiadina, Scoul and the Alpenquell Water Park, Samnaun are also available for water lovers.