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On this page we want to introduce the most interesting leisure-time activities in and around Ellenz - Poltersdorf:

The wine-village Ellenz-Poltersdorf lies at the Cochemer Krampen at the middle-Mosel and offers a lot of different attractions to its visitors. Besides the well-known destinations like the towns Cochem and Zell as well as the picturesque Mosel-villages like Beilstein and the mediaeval castles there is much more to discover. You can go to numerous destinations comfortable and for free by public transport with the guest-ticket if the destination is located in the district of Cochem-Zell.

The outdoor swimming pool at Ellenz-Poltersdorf and also the in- and outdoor swimming pool at Cochem are very interesting for families, the game and amusement park in Klotten and the possibility to discover the beautiful Mosel-valley by boat.

Active guests, who like to experience nature at the Mosel and on the Eifel- and Hunsrück-highs on bike, find a wide net of cycle tracks and very good forest and field paths in our region.

Hikers find in the walking tours like the hiking path Erlebnis Moselkrampen, which connects the villages Ellenz – Poltersdorf, Ernst, Bruttig – Fankel and Beilstein, the Apolloweg between Valwig and Cochem or the Calmont – Klettersteig between Eller and Bremm a paradise of beautiful paths, which offer a lot of great views into the Mosel-valley.

The hiking paths of the Mosel.Erlebnis.Route is expand by the Moselsteig, the Traumschleifen of the Saar-Hunsrück-Steig and the Traumpfade at the lower Mosel, the Rhine and in the Eifel.

This is the list you find the most popular destinations in our region:




  • Old town within the historic city wall with market square and small streets, half-timbered houses and historic town hall

  • Bank at river Mosel with the ship landings and the view on the castle

  • Castle Cochem

  • Moselbad (in- and outdoor swimming pool) and miniature golf

  • Chair lift to the game and amusement park Klotten

  • Historical mustard mill and former Bundesbank bunker

  • Hiking on the Apolloweg Valwig (theme hiking path) between Valwig and Cochem. Possibility to extend the trip to Bruttig on the BREVA-path (theme hiking path) and connection to hiking-path Erlebnis Moselkrampen (theme hiking path)

  • Hiking in the valley Wilde Endert in the direction to Kaisersesch and monastery Maria Martental

  • Moselsteig Seitensprung Cochemer Ritterrunde (theme hiking path)

  • Boat trips to Beilstein or Treis-Karden and Koblenz

  • Golf course on the Mosel crest between Cochem and Ediger-Eller


  • Canoe rental and canoe trips on the Mosel

  • Moselland Museum


  • Game and amusement park Klotten

  • Cultural trail Dortebachtal (theme hiking path)

Ediger-Eller, Bremm and Neef:

  • Hiking in breezy height in the steepest vineyard of Europe on the Calmont - Klettersteig (theme hiking path) between Eller and Bremm

  • Cultural trail of the religions around Ediger - Eller (theme-walking-path)

  • Petersberg and Eulenköpfchen above Neef: View at the Calmont, the loop of the Mosel and the villages Ediger-Eller, Bremm, Neef and St. Aldegund

  • Canoe rental and canoe trips on the Mosel

Treis - Karden:

  • Church St. Castor at Karden

  • Buchsbaum hiking path with connection to the Castle Eltz

  • Chapel Zilles et calvary with a beautiful view to the valley of the Mosel

  • Lenus-Mars-hiking path und Roman temple complex on the Martberg

Castles along the Mosel:

  • Castle of Cochem

  • Ruin of Castle Metternich at Beilstein

  • Castle Eltz near Moselkern

  • Castle Arras near Alf

  • Castle Thurant at Alken

  • Ehrenburg near Brodenbach

  • Castle Pyrmont near Roes

Different towns and cities along the Mosel:

  • Zell, Traben – Trarbach and Bernkastel – Kues as typical wine-towns on the Mosel.

  • The city of Trier with the cathedral, the Porta Nigra, the amphitheater, the Barbarathermen and other Roman relics as well as museums and shopping and dining options.

  • The city of Koblenz with the Deutschen Eck at the union of the Mosel and the Rhine, the fortress Ehrenbreitstein, the cable car, the old town, museums and shopping and dining options.

Hiking at the lower-Mosel, in the Eifel and in the Hunsrück:

Trips to Eifel and Hunsrück:

  • Cycling in Eifel and Hunsrück: Discovering on bike on closed down rails the Eifel around Münstermaifeld, Mayen and Daun and the Hunsrück around Kastellaun.

  • Excursion to the spa resort of Bad Bertrich: Glaubersalz Heilquelle, Landschaftstherapeutischer Park and Vulkaneifel Therme are a wonderful treat for health.

  • Eifel: Climbing forest Traben-Trarbach, trips to the Nürburgring, to the monastery Martental near Kaisersesch, volcano lake crater tunnel at Ulmen or into the direction of Daun and the Vulkaneifel for the visit of the Maare or the game and amusement park Daun. Or to Mayen to visit the German slate mine, the Grubenfeld adventure world, the Genovevaburg in the city or castle Bürresheim in the Nettetal. A round trip through the Mosel and Eifel region on the Moselschiefer-Straße is also recommended, with numerous idyllic places like Monreal to be discovered along the way.

  • Hunsrück: Barefoot park Grenderich, the because of their precious stones wellknown town Idar – Oberstein, the airplane exhibition in Hermeskeil near Trier and the animal adventure park in Bell near Kastellaun.

Additional monasteries, churches and chapels:

  • Klosterkirche Springiersbach

  • Matthiaskapelle at Kobern-Gondorf

  • Klosterruine Stuben near Bremm / Neef

  • Wallfahrtskirche Klausen

Via Ferrata with different levels of difficulty:

  • Calmont-Klettersteig Ediger-Eller / Bremm

  • Collis-Steilpfad Zell

  • Franzosensteig Traben-Trarbach

  • Mittelrhein Klettersteig Boppard

  • Burgenklettersteig Manderscheid

To get more information about the destinations, you can visit the provider's and operator's homepages under addresses and links.

For your short-term planning on the spot we have a map with information of the destinations in our region in the recreation room and in the holifay apartments. We can give you advice to arrange your holidays.

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View on Cochem's castle and the town at the Mosel's bank in the valley

Outdoor pool Ellenz

Sightseeing boat on the Mosel

The small lizards love to be warmed by the sun on the dry stone walls in the vineyards

On the bank of Beilstein there is always something going on beside the ferry landing

The wine-teaching path in the vineyards above Ellenz - Poltersdorf invites you to go for a walk

On the hiking trails around Ellenz-Poltersdorf you get to know the area from different points of view

The pink blossoming red vineyard peach is a sure sign of the approaching spring

View on Karden, part of Treis-Karden, with the church St. Castor

Caslte Eltz near Moselkern


Moselbad at Cochem

View on the Mosel-valley from the hiking path Erlebnis Moselkrampen

Town hall at Ellenz

The spa town of Bad Bertrich in the Ueßbachtal is an ideal place for a visit on hot summer days

Porta Nigra at Trier

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Phone: 0049 - 2673 - 1394; Fax: 0049 - 2673 - 962692