Shores of Lake Constance (Gmk. Litzelstetten, Dingelsdorf, Dettingen)
Nature reserve Bodenseeufer (Gmk. Litzelstetten, Dingelsdorf, Dettingen)
|location||Litzelstetten , Dingelsdorf and Dettingen in the district of Konstanz , Baden-Württemberg , Germany|
|Setup date||2nd August 1961|
|administration||Regional council Freiburg|
The shore of Lake Constance (Gmk. Litzelstetten, Dingelsdorf, Dettingen) is a nature reserve in the area of the Constance districts of Litzelstetten , Dingelsdorf and Dettingen in the district of Konstanz in Baden-Württemberg in Germany .
The protected area covers around 247 hectares of the shore and shallow water zone of the Überlinger See , which is spread over three separate areas between the villages of Wallhausen and Litzelstetten . The first sections were designated as a nature reserve as early as 1961.
The main protection purpose is the preservation of the agriculturally used sub-areas as the remains of the still undeveloped shores of Lake Constance as well as the shoreline with reed beds, large sedge beds and species-rich marsh grass meadows.
- Ordinance of the Ministry of Transport and the Freiburg Council on the nature reserve "Obere Güll" of November 26, 2011 (Journal of Laws of February 28, 2011, p. 81)