The Attersee (also Kammer Lake) is Austria’s largest lake with a length of 19 km and it offers best water quality. The lake is rich in fish and it is a popular diving and sailing area. The Attersee is a glacial lake with a depth of 171 metres in the Upper Austrian Salzkammergut region. The region Salzkammergut counts 76 fantastic lakes and its highest point is the Dachstein (3000 m). The turquoise crystal clear water of the lake Attersee is also called „The Caribbean of the Salzkammergut".