Lützelau Island – A Small Island in the Middle of Lake Zurich
The name Lützelau is derived from the Old High German term for "small island". The island is already mentioned in documents from the 8th century, in which it was sold to St. Gallen Monastery.
Today, Lützelau Island is a nature reserve, including its shoreline area. It is 300 meters (984 feet) long, 150 meters (492 feet) wide and provides space for a campground, three spots for making a fire and a small restaurant. It serves barbecue specialties as well as its famous "Fischknusperli" (deep-fried fish). Island custodians take care both of the campgrounds and the restaurant.
You can get to Lützelau Island with your own boat or a rented one. The island can also be reached conveniently by water taxi.
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|Zürich Main Station||25.8 km||50 min|
|Zürich Airport||30.9 km||66 min|