Summertime is outdoor pool time. As soon as the temperatures are warm enough, the summer and outdoor summer and outdoor pools open. In addition to outdoor pools with chlorinated pools, they also exist as enclosed areas on rivers or lakes. You can recognize them by names like Waldbad, Naturbad, Flussbad, Strandbad or Seebad. A mixture of both are artificially created swimming and bathing ponds, also called bio-ponds. There the water is purified without chlorine and chemicals and good for people and the environment.
In contrast to wild bathing places, outdoor swimming pools in Switzerland usually have a more complex infrastructure such as changing rooms, toilets, kiosks, sunbathing areas, diving towers, beach volleyball courts and table tennis tables. are also monitored by supervisors. This offers more comfort and safety, but also costs an entrance fee. entrance fee.
Here you can find the most beautiful outdoor swimming pools in Switzerland. The Switzerland -map on this page offers you a compact overview of the most beautiful outdoor pools.
As different as the outdoor pools are, so are the wishes of the visitors. So you can find via the Swimcheck filter search to find the swimming pool that suits you. Our radius search also allows you with just one click to explore to explore all swimming pools in your area.
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