The modern leisure facility on the lakeshore!

Atoll Achensee in Maurach

The Atoll Achensee on the lakeshore in Maurach attracts wellness enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. Come rain or shine, the modern leisure centre provides a huge range of activities year-round. The leisure centre is set on an area of 6,500m², and its main features are the light-flooded Panorama-BAD and the spacious Penthouse-SPA. A rooftop infinity pool, a spa area with mountain vistas, a sports pool, an adventure water slide, as well as fun and outdoor pools make the Atoll Achensee the perfect choice for water and wellness fans of all ages.

Those who want to improve their fitness can work out in the Lakeside-GYM with gorgeous views of the lake or go indoor climbing at the BOULDER-Halle which has 180m². The summer highlight is the SEE-Bad with various play and sports areas and swimming piers on the south-eastern lakeshore. In winter, the Atoll Achensee transforms into a winter wonderland complete with an artificial ice skating rink and ice stock sport lanes. Visitors can also expect a high-quality indoor and outdoor gastronomic offer.

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Treat yourself to the luxury of doing nothing and idling away. Switch off and recharge your batteries – an indulgent spa day is a must-do experience in your holidays. The Penthouse-SPA of the Atoll Achensee affords beautiful panoramic vistas of the lake and its surrounding mountains, making it the ideal place to relax body and soul. A splendid open-air swimming area on the rooftop complete with plunge pool and infinity pool lets water lovers experience the combination of the mountains and the lake, the cold and the heat. The generous spa facilities provide ample space to unwind and include a Finnish infusion sauna, a chromotherapy soft sauna, a herbal steam room, a large multi-person infrared cabin and a steam bath.

Ahoy sailor! Right next to the Atoll Achensee, the adventure ship St. Benedikt is a popular attraction for young visitors. After cruising on Lake Achensee for almost 60 years, the 31-metre-long ship was taken out of service and converted into an outdoor play paradise. Do your children love playing pirates? There is a play tower, suspension bridge, bird’s nest tree and climbing net for young adventurers to explore. In addition, a low ropes course, swing set, seesaw and flying fox offer plenty of opportunities for kids to let off some steam. The XXL sandbox and the open and tube slides will keep smaller children entertained.

In its original meaning, an atoll is a ring-shaped coral island. The architecture of the Atoll Achensee resembles a drop of water, and its fluid design blends perfectly with the lakeshore near the Buchau bathing beach. This drop shape represents the smallest part of Lake Achensee’s large water volume and is the basic design element from the layout to the curved and sinuous form of the facade to the roof silhouette. Built with lots of glass and light-coloured wood, the top-modern facility was harmoniously integrated into the lakeside landscape of the district Buchau in Maurach. The individual "experience islands" are laid out in a ring-shaped structure – hence the name Atoll. Through the entire building the circular design continues – from the lamps, tables, and seating areas to the information desks. A great importance was attached to the careful integration into the sensitive environment of the lakeside. The sustainable energy concept of the building is exemplary: The energy for the entire facility is produced 100% carbon-neutral through heat pumps using water from a deep well, and therefore the Atoll Achensee also sets a benchmark for ecological sustainability in the region. Click here to learn more!

A couple enjoying the sunny weather and swimming in the turquoise blue Lake Achensee. In the background of this photo is the Atoll Achensee.
Atoll Achensee

The Atoll Achensee on the lakeshore in Maurach attracts wellness enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike!

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