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The Black Forest is the most visited holiday destination of all the low mountain ranges and the largest contiguous low mountain range in Germany. It lies in a sunny, warm location in the very southwest of Baden-Württemberg.
It is mostly very wooded and reaches from the very south of the Hochrhein to the Kraichgau in the north. Therefore a holiday in the Holiday home Black Forest with dog ideal. To the west it is bordered by the Upper Rhine Valley, to the east it merges into the Gäu, the Baar and the hilly country of the Klettgau. Its size is impressive: it stretches north-south for 150 km and has a maximum width from east to west of 50 km. Numerous holidaymakers find a temporary home in hotels, holiday flats and other accommodation, where they enjoy the famously warm and hands-on Black Forest hospitality. The special mix of numerous leisure activities, sporting activities and cultural and historical highlights is what makes a holiday in the Black Forest so special. In addition to normal hotels and holiday flats, there are also more exclusive holiday homes with a corresponding wellness offer such as sauna and whirlpool in the respective holiday home.
Mountains, waters and lakes in the Black Forest
The mountains reach a height of 1493 metres above sea level with the Feldberg. In the northern Black Forest, the highest elevation is the Hornisgrinde at 1163 metres. The most beautiful and longest Black Forest rivers are found there, which are ideal for a hike and for experiencing the Black Forest rafting tradition. Worthy of special mention here are the rivers: Kinzig (93 km), Enz (105 km), Nagold (90 km), Murg (79 km), Glatt (37 km), Wolfach (31 km) and Schiltach (30 km).
Especially in the northern Black Forest you will find several natural cirque lakes like the Mummelsee. In addition, there are numerous beautiful reservoirs such as the Schwarzenbachtalsperre in the Murg valley, the Kleine Kinzig reservoir near Alpirsbach or the Nagoldtalsperre, also called Erzgrube in Seewald.
Your holiday homes are all close to these attractions:
So is the Black Forest House Enzklösterle in the Enz valley not far from the ore mine in Seewald. From there the Country house Seewald is only 2 km away. Not far from there is the Holiday home Dornstetten with its special architecture. Along the Kinzig valley are the holiday homes in Alpirsbach and like the Design holiday home Alpirsbach. It is worth mentioning that the historical tanner's house for your Holiday in a monument is situated directly on the quietly rippling Kinzig and the Wellness holiday home Fronwald is 300 metres away from the rafting trail. A wonderful hike around the small Kinzig dam is possible from the Luxury holiday home Dieboldsberg in Alpirsbach. The Luxury Chalet Salzenweiler in the Black Forest near Loßburg has beautiful direct access to wonderful hiking trails. And in the southern Black Forest you will find the Holiday Apartment Titisee in a solitary location. Since June 2016, you can also rent two wonderful luxury holiday flats in Schonach in the Upper Black Forest from us: The Luxury holiday flat Triberg and the Dream holiday flat in the Upper Black Forest. Brand new in our offer is the Holiday home Feldberg in the Upper Black Forest.
Numerous tourist destinations and leisure activities in the Black Forest
Of the large cities, Freiburg and Baden-Baden are worth mentioning. Strasbourg in France and Basel are also not far away. For example, Baden-Baden has several Roman thermal baths, a famous casino and the festival. In addition, the thermal baths of Bad Herrenalb, Bad Wildbad and the panorama baths in Freudenstadt are worthwhile destinations for swimmers. Lake Constance can also be reached very quickly.
Beautiful places are, for example, the old imperial town of Gengenbach, the former old district town of Wolfach, Schiltach and Haslach in the Kinzigtal (located on the German Half-Timbered House Road), the monastery town of Alpirsbach with its brewery and monastery. Other great old towns are Altensteig, Dornstetten, Gernsbach, Villingen and Zell a. H. Freudenstadt has the largest market square in Germany and 9 km further on in the hiking heaven of Baiersbronn is Germany's absolute centre of top cuisine. A whopping 8 stars are spread over 3 top restaurants.
The Murg valley, the Kinzig valley, the Triberg waterfalls and the Vogtsbauernhof open-air museum in Gutach are also popular destinations from the holiday homes. Mountains with beautiful views are in the Northern Black Forest: Hornisgrinde, Schliffkopf, Hohloh, Merkur and Teufelsmühle. Very often the mountains and mountain ranges are used for hang gliding, gliding or paragliding.
Along the Black Forest High Road, the winter sports possibilities with skiing are ideal. The Kaltenbronn mountain range is also close to Enzklösterle and Seewald.
Since May 2018, it has also been possible to take a holiday in the oldest town in Baden-Württemberg. The historic Vorgtshof in Rottweil is ideally situated for excursions to the Black Forest, Lake Constance and the Swabian Alb. Rottweil Rottweil is therefore not called the gateway to the Black Forest for nothing.
Black Forest Hiking Trails - Directly at your holiday flat
Access to hiking trails can usually be reached easily on foot from your holiday home. There are numerous beautiful hiking trails. Some of them are well-known beyond the region. Long-distance hiking trails were created in the last century. This is mainly thanks to the voluntary Black Forest associations. These include the Westweg, Mittelweg, Ostweg, Kinzigtäler Jakobsweg and other very beautiful routes. In recent years, many themed trails have been created, such as the Barefoot Park in Dornstetten, the Park with All Senses in Haslach or the Schluchtensteig.