Located in background Lake Chiemsee, the Island of Women is a popular tourist destination amongst Bavarians. It has around 300 inhabitants and to get an idea of its size, you can walk around the island in about 20 minutes. The island's most emblematic building that you can see from afar is a Benedictine monastery that was built in 782, where there's beer brewed by nuns. It's a weekend family favorite where they'll usually eat at. You can also find quite a few B&B's in private homes. It's the ideal place to go to rest and be one with urban life.
This island in the middle of Lake Constance or Bodensee is worth a look because you can find plants and flowers from all over the world and there is a beautiful greenhouse housing butterflies. It is said that the island is the summer residence of the kings of Sweden but I am not sure to what extent this is true. If you are in the surrounding area, the island is definitely worth a look.
The Herreninsel (or Men Island) is the largest island in the Chiemsee. On the island is one of the most spectacular palaces built by Ludwig of Bavaria, the crazy king. He began to build a version of the Palace of Versailles, but he was killed before he finished, so the palace is incomplete. However, it is worth a visit.
Fraueninsel, also called the Island of Women, is one of the two main islands that can be visited in Germany. The island has a church, a monastery and you can take a nice walk around. There are several restaurants to eat at.