Cycle tours and walks along the Mosel

A variety of beautiful walking and cycle routes begin just behind our holiday apartments and holiday home. These run along the river Mosel and through the neighbouring landscapes of Eifel and Hunsrück.

One of the best-loved cycle routes is the Maare-Mosel cycle path, which ends in Bernkastel. This cycle path is 55 km long and begins in Daun, passing through Wittlich and then on to Bernkastel-Kues. The entire route is paved and well signposted. It is equally well suited for families, groups and seniors.

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Wine and street festivals on the Middle Mosel

From spring to autumn, a variety of wine and street festivals takes place on the Middle Mosel. The climax is the Middle Mosel Wine Festival, which always takes place at the end of August/beginning of September. Every year, the procession, the splendid fireworks and the lively hustle and bustle along the Wine Road attract over 200.000 visitors to Bernkastel to take part in this unforgettable experience.

Traben-Trarbach (around 20 km)

Idar-Oberstein (around 45 km)

Trier (around 50 km)

Luxembourg (around 90 km)

Mettlach (around 90 km)

Many castles and historic ruins

Thermal baths

Other activities

In Bernkastel-Kues there’s always something going on.

Whether it’s enjoying wine, cultural events or themed walks through the vineyards – in Bernkastel-Kues there is always plenty to do. You can find insider tips on activities in and around Bernkastel-Kues at:

All events currently taking place in the heart of the Middle Mosel region can be found on the Bernkastel tourist information website:

Day trips

Set off from your holiday apartment, across the vineyards, to the 'Eiserne Weinkarte' (a wine tavern), then continue to the top of the mountain and down again to Traben-Trarbach. From there, the journey back home to Bernkastel-Kues is a matter of a comfortable boat ride.

Other activities

Christmas market in Bernkastel-Kues

In the historic centre of Bernkastel, a Christmas market takes place every year from the end of November until just before Christmas. Lovingly decorated market stalls fill this small mediaeval town with an enchanting Christmas atmosphere.

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