The Grüner See (Green Lake) really deserves its name. Its crystal-clear water absorbs red light components and therefore appears greenishblue in wonderful layers.
Austria’s largest lake is an idyllic paradise. A light breeze caresses the face while you listen to the storks and geese brood. Sporty people of all kinds set out to sail the lake and the good mood rubs off, even if you just watch.
In Austria, the Lech runs over the Flexenpass, making it part of the main European watershed that connects the Black Sea and the North Sea.