... that are inspiring and fascinating for everyone.
Near the Europa Park, the Schwarzwaldhochstraße, Strasbourg and the Vosges we are located at 500 meters above sea level, in a central but also quiet place.
On our farm in the Ödsbachtal you are in the middle of one of the most beautiful holiday regions of the Black Forest. Due to its proximity to Alsace and the European metropolis of Strasbourg, numerous excursion possibilities open up to scent the French flair.
Quickly and easily you can reach Freiburg, the European capital on the Rhine, with its historic ambience of the old town, or you can visit the elegant spa town of Baden-Baden with its famous Caracalla Therme.
The excursion destinations of the Black Forest are also close: the Black Forest open-air museum, the summer toboggan run, the Gutach Barfußpark, the Vogtsbauernhöfe, the Triberg waterfalls, the medieval cities Gengenbach or Schiltach with their romantic flair, the glassworks in Wolfach and the castle Staufenberg in Durbach with its selected wineries.
In the northern direction you reach the famous Schwarzwaldhochstraße, possibly with a stop at the Allerheiligen Waterfalls where the water plunges down up to 66 meters. The National Park, the Mummelsee Hotel and the Panorama Bad in Freudenstadt are also worth visiting.
The city's most important monument is the Cathedral, but the old town and the cathedral square are also worth seeing.
Strasbourg is also known by the European Parliament, the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights.
Baden-Baden is the smallest urban district of Baden-Württemberg and is located in the west of the country. The place is well-known as a spa town and as a media, art and international festival city.
The Allerheiligen Waterfalls are the largest natural waterfalls in the Northern Black Forest and are located in the district of Oppenau at about 530 m above sea level.
The Schauenburg castle was built in the 11th century by Duke Berthold II of Zähringen and is located at a height of 397m on a huge granite ledge at the entrance of the Renchtal opposite Strasbourg in the Rhine Valley.
Southwest to West or approx. 230 ° -300 °
Discover in old Black Forest farms, in mills and sawmills, in rooms and barns, how people lived, homed and worked in the Black Forest in the last 400 years.
The outdoor pool is open from May to October.
09:00 to 20:00
Wednesday: 08:00 - 20:00
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The outdoor pool is open from May to September.
State-of-the-art technology always guarantees best water quality.
Opening hours :
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00 - 20:00
Tuesday and Thursday: 6:30 - 19:00
Saturday and Sunday: 8:00 to 20:00
For holiday guests with the Konus guest card: free admission.
The Europa Park is a leisure and theme park in Rust, Baden-Württemberg. With around 5 million visitors per year, it is the most frequently visited amusement park in the German-speaking area.
The Vosges massif lies between Alsace and Lorraine and stretches over 200 kilometers to the northern Franche-Comté. The highest point is the Great Belchen (Grand Ballon) with 1,424m. In total there are 14 peaks that are more than 1,000m high.
Sunbeams, shimmering through the crowns of the trees on the forest floor, the splashing of water, birds singing - and silence. Relax, rest, watch. Swing in fresh air. Experience the forest, experience nature. Enjoy time and space. This is the National Park.
The legendary Mummelsee is situated at the Schwarzwaldhochstraße between Ruhestein and Unterstmatt, directly at the foot of the Hornisgrinde at a height of 1164 m. With its 800 meters of circumference the Mummelsee is the largest, with 17 m depth the deepest and with 1036 m altitude the highest of the seven lakes in the Black Forest which were originated by a kar glacier.
Freudenstadt is a city in Baden-Württemberg, located about 65 kilometers southwest of Stuttgart and 60 kilometers south of Karlsruhe on a high plateau on the eastern edge of the Northern Black Forest at 591 to 968 meters altitude. The marketplace in Freudenstadt is the largest in Germany, surrounded by buildings. There are also many restaurants and cafes to stop by, and for shopping enthusiasts the town has plenty to offer.
In 2000 there was the dedication of the new viewing tower on the Geigerskopf. The old tower had been demolished in 1999 after several major overhauls and renovations. In 2,500 voluntary working hours, the Schwarzwaldverein Oberkirch rebuilt the 20-meter high tower.
Its landlords are looking forward to welcoming you to this beautiful spot high above the Renchtal. You can treat yourself to fine food and enjoy the originality of the Black Forest architecture and the traditional kitchen art alike. Here the farewell to everyday life is easy ...
This is a town in the Renchtal, in the Middle Black Forest, located at the confluence of Lierbach and Rench in 260 to 1055 meters altitude. The nearest communities in western direction are Lautenbach and Oberkirch , in the eastern direction Bad Peterstal-Griesbach. From here you can reach Freudenstadt via the Oppenauer Steige .
In a great single location on the Kniebis, at 935 meters altitude, close to the upper terminus of the ski lift Lamm, right on the B 28, near the Schwarzwaldhochstraße, the Kniebishütte, a daily opened chalet, invites you to relax and enjoy, to breathe freely and recharge your batteries ...
An extensive network of tracks of more than 70 km with connection to the Skifernwanderweg (long-distance ski trail) is available for the cross-country skiers on Kniebis. All trails are interconnected, so that whole day trips are also possible. The Zollstock trail is the direct link to the Skifernwanderweg.
With a heartfelt "Grüß Gott" you are welcomed at the Zuflucht on the Kniebis near the Black Forest National Park and Freudenstadt. Well-being, relaxation and enjoyment in harmony with nature at 965m altitude in familiar, attentive Black Forest hospitality ...
The Lothar Path is a forest experience and educational path in the Schliffkopf Nature Reserve on the Schwarzwaldhochstraße between Oppenau and Baiersbronn on the B 500 in the Northern Black Forest. The name of the windthrow educational trail is derived from the hurricane Lothar, which here tore through the forest on 26 December 1999 with wind velocities of up to 200 km / h creating a wide swathe of debris.
If you visit the Alternative Wolf and Bear Park in the Black Forest, you will not find a normal animal park. It is an extraordinary project of the FOUNDATION for BEARS. And as you can see from the word "alternative", there is something different in this park.
The Westweg, opened in 1900, leads from Pforzheim to Basel. On a route of 285km in total, which leads through the Black Forest, you can hike various routes and stages, but all of them start in Pforzheim on the northern edge of the Black Forest and end in Basel.
Münster, Bächle, delicacies and wine paired with sustainability - all that and much more is Freiburg. Go on a discovery tour through the sunny city and open yourself to the sympathetic lifestyle of Baden and the flair of an international university city which also is an ecological flagship.
Basel is a metropolis and political community and capital of the canton Basel-Stadt , which it forms together with the rural municipalities Riehen and Bettingen . After Zurich and Geneva , Basel is the third largest city in Switzerland with 175,131 inhabitants.
The Rhine plain, formed by the river Rhine, offers many possibilities for excursions, sports and relaxation.
Besides the Europa Park, the Rhine Plain also offers many other destinations, such as the many flooded gravel pits or the vineyards for hiking.
The wine town of Oberkirch is located at the gate of the Renchtal on the Baden Wine Route. The warm, deep primitive rock soil is characteristic of viticulture, which gives Oberkirch a unique image nationwide.
Visit the beautiful old town of Oberkirch and visit the numerous restaurants and cafes. A shopping spree in the city center with its many specialty shops will also be worthwhile for you.