Situated at the High-Rhine, far off from noisy cities, at the southern foothills of the Black Forest in the border triangle with France and Switzerland, you will experiencea holiday region with a lot of natural charm.
The romantic historic centre is one of the most beautiful and endearing old towns in Southern Germany. The baroque St. Fridolinsmünster, Europe’s longest roofed wooden bridge and the Schönau Castle are only some of the powerful witnesses of the building activities of the past. You find health and wellness in the Aqualon thermal spring and numerous specialised hospitals.
Dachsberg stands for discovering and experiencing nature, recreation and rest, pure crisp air, hiking paradise and fun in winter, holidays alone, in pairs, with good friends or also with the family, holidays on a farm, rural traditions and rustic festivities.
Görwihl is situatd in the centre of the Hotzenwald - a delightful spot of untouched nature in the Southern Black Forest. The township is imbedded in a landscape of rolling hills offering breathtaking views of the Alpine mountain ranges of the Swiss Jura in favourabel weater conditions.
The climatic health resort Herrischried in the beautiful Hotzenwald Forest offers a wealth of different landscapes with its lawns, moors and meadows. In unspoilt areas of enchanting beauty, hikers and cyclists can experience a variety of precious plant and animal species.
Höchenschwand, the climatic health resort, is situated on an altitude of 1,015m between Schluchsee and Waldshut. The township consists of the main village of Höchenschwand and ten hamlets south of it. The magnificent position on a high plateau descending to the south facilitatesa wonderful view of the Swiss Alpine mountain range.
Hiking and recreation where the Feldberg glacier formerly formed its bed during the last ice age. A unique natural and cultural landscape invites you to enjoy and experience the Ibach high valley during your holidays. Exciting outdoor tours await the HolidayWorld discoverers.
Picturesque Laufenburg is anything but usual. Experience history, culture and nature in a nutshell. Take a walk through town with Count Hans IV of Habsburg-Laufenburg and enter into the volatile history of the "Pearl on the High Rhine".
Murg is situated in the sunny High Rhine valley at the southern fringe of the Southern Black Forest nature reserve. The hamlets of Niederhof, Oberhof and Hänner are basking on the heights of the Hotzenwald – on clear days, they even offer aview of the Alps.
Rickenbach has a very long history - it was first mentioned in an official document in 1257, when it was called "Rickinbach". The village quickly developed into a focal point of the southwestern Hotzenwald forest. As a state-recognised climatic health resort, Rickenbach is the ideal holiday destination for those seeking peace and quiet and people who love sports.
Waldshut-Tiengen welcomes you! The city is situated where the Southern Black Forest meets the Rhine, directly at the border to Switzerland. Discover the medieval parts of Waldshut and Tiengen from gate to gate, past castles, fountains and churches. It waits to be explored by you. Are you ready?
Wehr, state-registered health resort is always worth a visit – and that not only because it is the home town of the accomplished violinist, Anne-Sophie Mutter. The river Wehra gushes down through the wild romantic rock gorges from the Black Forest mountains: The Wehra valley alone is an experience that nobody should miss.
The rose village of Nöggenschwiel, the only rose village in the Black Forest and part of the township of Weilheim, is known far beyond the borders of Baden-Württemberg and invites you to an intoxicating experience of colours and fragrances in the rose assortment garden and the new rose fragrance garden.