The Goldberger See is an old sand quarry near the German city of Dormagen with reasonably visibility and various objects. The Goldberger See has several facilities such as benches, a filling station and toilets. There is also a small diving base where diving equipment can be rent. Underwater you'll encounter several objects such as a trampoline and two small boat wrecks marked with buoys. Common fish species in the Goldberger See are pike, zander and carp. Pre-registration required. Paid diving.
The Goldberger See is located near Dormagen, right next to the A57 freeway. The Golberger See has two entry points. You can enter the water via a steep gravel slope with a pontoon and a practice platform at about 5 meters. The other entry point is at the dive base, where a steep wooden staircase leads to the water.
Day tickets have to be visibly deposited in the car. Unauthorised diving will result in a reprimand, ban from the premises and a report to the police. Diving is permitted all year round from sunrise to sunset (+/- 30 min). Ice diving is prohibited.
GOLDBERGER SEE Features
- Salvatorhof 1, D-41542 Dormagen
- Limited parking near entry points
- 50 m.
- Suitable for
- All levels, scuba diving practice
- N.v.t. / NA
- Paid diving
- Fill station, mobile toilet , small benches, equipment rental , jetty with stairs
- Fresh water
- Kind of dive
- Night dive, underwater photography
- 4 - 8 m.
- Average visibility
- 5 m.
- 25 m.
- Carp, eel, perch, pike
- Other recreation