Surroundings

Explore the area on foot following the premium “Moselsteig” hiking trail, which runs right alongside the holiday park. Cycle along the flat Mosel riverside, or discover a new perspective from our excursion boat. The broad array of wineries and wine festivals will lure you in with magnificent wines. Trier, the oldest city in Germany, is always worth a visit, and nature is just a stone’s throw away at the Daun wildlife park or the Eifelpark with their many wild animals.

Winery, vineyard tours, wine tasting

Kröv
Discover the winery all about the production of wine and the work of a winegrower during a tour.
WebsiteApprox. 4.5 kilometres of the park

Traben-Trarbach

“The jewel at the heart of the Mosel”
The marvellous art-nouveau villas and large wine cellars are testament to the former wealth of this city due to its immense wine trade in the 19th century. Take part in a guided ‘underground’ tour, or meander through the picturesque alleyways of this charming town.
WebsiteApprox. 5 kilometres of the park

Bernkastel–Kues

Bernkastel-Kues
An old town that is full of history and culture. Savour the celebrated Moselle wines in a tasting session or on a tour through the famous steeply terraced vineyards.
WebsiteApprox. 19.5 kilometres of the park

Cochem Castle

Cochem
More than 100 metres above the Mosel River, this castle was built in Gothic style.
WebsiteApprox. 41.5 kilometres of the park

Geierlay Hängeseilbrücke

Mörsdorf
Visit one of the largest suspension bridge in Germany. 360 metres long and 100 metres above the ground - who dares to cross over?
WebsiteApprox. 47 kilometres of the park