Lake Nussbaumen / Lake Hüttwilen

Nussbaumen

Hüttwilersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Hüttwilersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Hüttwilersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Hüttwilersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Nussbaumersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Nussbaumersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Hüttwilersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Hüttwilersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Hüttwilersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Hüttwilersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Hüttwilersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Hüttwilersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Nussbaumersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Nussbaumersee (© Vinzenz Zahner)

Nearly 6,000 years ago people first began to settle in the Lake Constance region. Remains of this impressive settlement have been found by Lake Nussbaumen near Hüttwilen.

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Those interestig remains belong to the so-called Pfyn culture, and are of enormous potential for archaeologists. A signboard on the idyllic Horn peninsula tells the exciting story in brief. Various unspoilt bathing spots invite visitors to take a refreshing dip in the water. The bathing facility itself is excellently equipped with plenty of room to play, relax and (of course) swim. A barbecue site and diving platform are also available. The idyllic bathing beach on Hüttwilersee lake, with a shingle and sandy beach and restaurant, is also close at hand.

Bathing in the nearby Hasensee lake is prohibited!

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