Lake Titisee in the middle of the Black Forest is a center of tourism. Here you can find the famous cuckoo clocks, swimming, water sports, etc.
Lake Titisee is the largest natural lake in the Black Forest. Lake Titisee is 840 metres above sea level and covers about 1300 hectares. The village of Titisee, one of the most visited places in the Black Forest, lies on its northern shore.
From Titisee station, you walk down to the lake through a pedestrian zone. The shops mainly sell souvenirs from the Black Forest. Many shops sell the expensive cuckoo clocks, others the famous Black Forest ham and all kinds of kitsch. A noticeable number of English and American tourists come to Titisee.
Round trips in the lake are offered at the lakeside (duration about half an hour). Renting pedal boats, rowing boats and other watercraft is so popular in Titisee that in summer several companies rent boats side by side.
The joy of swimming: Lake Titize is a great place to swim and relax. There are several public swimming areas and beaches around the lake, making it a popular spot for water sports and sunbathing in summer.
Water Sports: The lake is also suitable for water sports activities such as sailing, windsurfing, stand-up paddling and boat trips. You can rent equipment on site to try out various water sports.
Promenade: The promenade on the shore of Lake Titize offers a beautiful view of the lake and the surrounding forest. The promenade is an ideal place for a relaxing stroll, and there are also shops, restaurants and cafes here.
Black Forest Museum Hüsli: The Black Forest Museum Hüsli is located near Lake Titisee. The museum provides an insight into the history and culture of the Black Forest and offers an interesting collection of exhibits.
Adventure Mini Golf: The area also has an Adventure Mini Golf course, a fun activity for families and friends to enjoy.