|Suburban traffic|| 400 || m ||Airport|| 100 || km |
Holiday Park; Romantic; Among nature
Lahnstein is surrounded by the Rhine Valley, Lahndal, Moezeldal and the middle mountains of the Taunus, Westerwald, Eifel and Hondsrug. This beautiful river valley and its surrounding mountains offer a middle range of relaxation. There are tours, castle tours, walks, visits to game parks, wine tasting opportunities, tours of historic steam trains such as the Vulkan Express, art and cultural activities, wellness possibilities in Thermalbad, cycling and much much more. Poets and singers from all over the world have praised the pastures of this particular river valley. Furthermore, it is surrounded by vineyards which are world famous. This is a cultural area with a varied past, whose relics are visible everywhere. There is an approximately 80 km long river between Koblenz and Mainz. Here along the Rhine, you will find ancient fortresses situated high up on rocky heights. On both sides, right and left, there are 25 witnesses to a partially chivalrous, partly felonious past. Standing on one of the towers or from the shore you can see the proud sailing ships. You can make use of the extensive cycling and hiking trails or visit the majestic spa. The “Ruppertsklamm” is a wild, romantic, 1.5 km long rock formation with several waterfalls and, since 1936, is a beautiful nature reserve. Appropriate shoes are required. You can visit the Ruppertsklamm in both winter and summer. Height: 253 meters. In the park or among the beautiful surroundings you can enjoy activities such as swimming, Nordic walking, tennis, golf, horseback riding, cycling, mountain biking, hiking (with or without guide) or simply wander through the beautiful nature. There is also the possibility to use a canoe on the Lahn. Near the holiday complex, in the woods, lies a pony farm - a perfect playground for both young and old! A ride on a pony is an unforgettable experience! You can relax in the indoor pool, in the outdoor hot tub of 32 degrees or at the exclusive sauna in the town of Bad Ems.