Leisure activities for families
Programme proposals for groups
Arts & Culture
Map with bike tours
Historical train Rebenbummler
The river Rhine and its shipping industry
Sports & leisure time activities
Villages & towns
Wine growing estates
Competition for Pinot Gris
Villages and towns in the Naturgarten Kaiserstuhl
Bahlingen am Kaiserstuhl
Bahlingen is located in a wonderful landscape and has still kept the character of a typical winegrowing village in the Kaiserstuhl region.
Bötzingen also called “Gate to the Naturgarten Kaiserstuhl” represents one of the oldest winegrowing villages in Baden.
The charming European town of Breisach is situated directly on the Rhine and connects the Black Forest and the Alsace in France.
Eichstetten am Kaiserstuhl
The village of Eichstetten is nestled idyllically in a valley on the eastern slope of the Kaiserstuhl.
The village is in the centre of the sympatic winegrowing area in southern Baden.
The municipality of Gottenheim has a traffic-favourable situation between Freiburg and Breisach am Rhein.
Ihringen is a winegrowing village with a homelike atmosphere and a city flair at the same time.
March is a young municipality with an old tradition.
Merdingen is located on the western slope of the Tuniberg. Not only are hikers attracted by the view to the Kaiserstuhl and the Rhine valley.
Numerous archaeological findings being nationwide known prove the history of the town which is more than 7000 years old.
Sasbach am Kaiserstuhl with its districts Jechtingen and Leiselheim is a winegrowing village directly situated on the river Rhine.
The municipality of Teningen has about 11,500 inhabitants and is situated in the south-western part of Baden-Wurttemberg.
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