Schwangau village is located four kilometers from Fussen, on the other bank of the Lech River. You can rise to the top of Mount Tegelberg (1720 m) from the village by cable car. On the mountain there is a restaurant with a panoramic terrace and a paragliding school, where visitors are offered solo or tandem flights. In winter, the top of the mountain offers a ski resort, and even in winters with little snow slopes are provided with artificial snow.
Schwangau is notable for that in the middle of the XX century Roman baths were discovered there. Their ruins are now open for inspection. It is possible to follow the example of the ancient Romans in the Royal Spa (Königlichen Kristall-Therme), where guests can enjoy saunas, steam baths, oriental hammam, a cave with healing crystals and a large outdoor swimming pool.