Bad Heilbrunn

Bad Heilbrunn is a community in the Upper Bavarian district of Bad Tölz -Wolfratshausen and climatic health spa resort since 2005.

  • 4.1 traffic
  • 4.2 company
  • 5.1 Attractions
  • 5.2 Sports and recreation
  • 5.3 Regular events


Bad Heilbrunn is located on one of the northernmost lobes of the Alps in southern Bavaria. The Stallauer Eck ( 1216 m), the mountain, heard next Zwiesel ( 1,348 m ) and Blomberg ( 1237 m) to the nearest mountains. The place is nestled between the Isar and Loisach and between cities Penzberg in the west and in the east of Bad Tölz. To the north is the nearest town Geretsried, which is also, by population, the largest in the county.

The municipality has 34 districts: Bad Heilbrunn, Achmühl, Baumberg, Bern Meadow, Buck Mountain, Fletzen, Digging, Hinterstallau, Hohenbirken, stroke, Karpfsee, Kiensee, Langau, Latvians, Linden, Mürnsee, Nantesbuch, Oberbuchen, Oberenzenau, Obermühl, Upper Steinbach, Ostfeld, Podling, Ramsau, Reindlschmiede, Schönau, Unterbuchen, Unterenzenau, Unterkarpfsee, Untersteinbach, Vogl stove, pond Weber, Wies Weber, Wörnern.

Many commuters serves Bad Heilbrunn or the environment because of the favorable traffic situation (A 8, A 95, S -Bahn in Wolfratshausen and wooden churches, BOB in Bad Tolz ) and the preferred location as place of residence, as in the north about 50 minutes away (60 miles) Munich is located.


Celtic evidence suggests that the area around Bad Heilbrunn was already known in the early days because of its mineral springs ( high iodine and salt content ). Apparently salt was extracted from the source. Later, the source was filled by the Huns.

In the 8th century, the Benedictine abbey was founded in Benediktbeuren. To her for a long time after the rediscovery was the source of iodine.

In 1159 the mineral spring and thus the hamlet was first documented mention. This is regarded as the founding year of Bad Heilbrunn.

In the period following the healing water has become nationally known, so that in 1253 a church was built next to the source. From the associated cemetery can look far into Loisachtal.

As the first nobleman in 1537 William IV, Duke of Bavaria visited, first alone, Heilbrunn. 1544 came William IV then together with his wife to the spa town Heilbrunn.

The Princess Henriette Adelaide of Savoy, the wife of the Elector Ferdinand Maria of Bavaria, goes into Heilbrunn 1659 along with a large entourage for a cure. The reason given for staying near the source of infertility that plagued the prince married couple for seven years. A little later she gave birth to the longed-for heir, Max Emanuel, later known as the Blue Elector, and with Prince Eugene, the savior of Vienna during the siege by the Turks. With the successful cure, the one zusprach the iodine source was Heilbrunn Kurfurstliches, Royal Bavarian Hofbad, which was six generations the Hofbad the Munich princes.

The large bathhouse, whose remains now the rectory stands, was built in 1730.

King Ludwig I. in 1832 renamed after the Electress Adelheid Adelheid source in the source.

The later sources of iodine AG bought 1920 Bad Heilbrunner source of iodine.

On February 15, 1934 Heilbrunn was nominated as the spa. Until that time, the community still Steinbach said.

The Park at the Park Villa in 1995, with the permission of the House of Wittelsbach, the Adelaide Park.

At Bad Heilbrunn, 2005, the title was awarded climatic resort.

The church celebrated its 850th anniversary in 2009.


On April 1, 1971, the formerly independent municipality Oberbuchen was incorporated. On May 1, 1978 parts of the territory were added to the dissolved municipality Schönrain.


For years, the CSU was the strongest party in regional elections. In the local elections of 2008 it has lost its absolute majority in the 17 -member council represents only 8 councilors. The second strongest force, the Free Voters with 7 seats. In addition, the Greens are represented by two seats in the municipal council.

Economy and infrastructure


The German Alpine Road as well as the Lake Constance Cycle Path Koenigssee by Bad Heilbrunn. By 1959, Bad Heilbrunn had removed a station on the Isartalbahn, about 2 km from the town center. The nearest railway stations are the Unterbichl station (6 km ) to the Kochelseebahn Tutzing - Kochel and the train station of Bad Tölz (10 km) on the BOB - track wooden church Lenggries. The RVO bus there to Wolfratshausen, Kochel, Bad Tolz and to Penzberg.


Become known nationwide is Bad Heilbrunner tea, including through advertising during football club TSV 1860 Munich. The largest employer in Bad Heilbrunn is the for m & i - hospital group Enzensberg belonging specialist hospital / rehabilitation center for physical medicine and medical rehabilitation, which was opened in 1988 and is now an integral part of the whole year Kurangebots. The departments of orthopedics, neurology / neuropsychology and internal medicine and transplantation medicine form the focal points. Overall, the climatic health resort recorded 900 beds annually with 190,000 overnight stays. This number has declined in recent years due to the reforms and austerity plans in the health system.

Culture and sights


Worth seeing is the baroque church is in the center with frescoes " around the (medical ) water."

A few years ago, the Park-Villa, built around 1920 by Gabriel von Seidl, completely renovated and converted into a modern health center and conference center. In the Kurvilla a small café with sun terrace, from where you can enjoy the view over the Loisachtal exists.

The privately owned iodine source and the pump room were closed in early 2005 by the iodine AG. For this reason, the church has acquired the title of " climatic health resort " and specially developed for this purpose, the Bad Heilbrunner climate Terrainkur.

In October 2009, the " herbal adventure park " with more than 400 different wild and medicinal plants in the park as part of the " herbal Erlebnisregion Tolz Country " opens. "Herb teachers " offer guided tours; in a herb shop, herbal products can be purchased.

Sports and Recreation

The most commonly used local swim is the beautiful Weiher, a natural and free -to-use Moorsee with showers and changing rooms. In the area there are other fens. The former Heilbrunner pool (near Gasthof Reindlschmiede ) was fed with artificial bog water bath. As of July 2006, this was pool closed due to the occurrence of blue-green algae. A renovation was rejected by the council due to high costs and the bathroom converted into a pond in autumn 2007.

Furthermore, there's a rock climbing with difficulty levels 2 to 5 It is located close to the village and can be used all year round. In rainy weather and freezing temperatures there is a heated indoor climbing available.

Furthermore, Bad Heilbrunn located in the industrial park one of the largest fitness center in the Bavarian Oberland, the " Vitarea " with sauna and beach volleyball court.

Regular events

In Zauberkabinett the "magic fondue " has been held since 1998, approximately 200 times a year.

In the spring of host community and hosts for several years the " Ramstage ", which is all about the wild garlic ( altbairisch: " Rams" ) turns.

In the " herbal experience municipality of Bad Heilbrunn " courses are conducted for the Certification of Educators herbs regularly.


Sons and daughters of the town:

  • Christl -Marie Schultes (1904-1976), grew from 1907 in Oberenzenau in Heilbrunn, first female aviator in Bavaria

Pictures of Bad Heilbrunn