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Lakes & nature

Pool at the large lake of Monticolo

Relaxation and fun for young and old

The public swimming pool is located at the large lake of Monticolo in the middle of the nature reserve forest Montiggl - Mitterberg in Eppan on the wine route. Here you can experience a lot of fun and action. The huge lawn, heated swimming pool, the longest water slide in South Tyrol (allowed from a size of 1.35 m) pool bar and restaurant serving Italian and South Tyrolean specialties, as well as boat rental (rowing boats) make a stay at the large lake Monticolo a relaxing , exciting and enjoyable pastime. The lakes in Montiggl have been recently re-awarded with the highest distinction of the Italian National Nature Conservation, the so-called "5 VELE" for the very good water quality. That's why you jump here like spontaneously into the refreshing water.

Opening times for the season 2017:
from the 20th of May until the first week in June | 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
from the second week in June on | 9 a.m. until 6.30 p.m.

Admission prices:
Children under 6 years are free!

  Adults  Adults
with guestcard Eppan
Children/Senior
under 15 years and above 65 years
Single admission   7,00 €  5,00 €  3,50 €
Block of 6  37,50 €  27,00 €  18,50 €
Saisonal pass  150,00 €  115,00 €  75,00 €
2 hours (until 03.00 pm)  4,50 €  4,00 €  3,00 €
from 03.00 pm  4,50 €  4,00 €  3,00 €

Locker
key 5,00 € deposit
For the season 25,00 €
For a week 5,00 €

 
Useful infos & location
Contact:
​"Lido" Pool on large Montiggl lake 
Montigglerstraße 55
39057 Montiggl | Eppan

Tel +39 0471 664155
Fax +39 0471 664164
info@montiggl.net
www.lidomontiggl.it
 
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