Nature, culture and sport: the diversity of the Eifel
Quiet, near-natural residential areas, half-timbered houses like out of the picture book, the typical Eifler cuisine and exquisite wines of the Ahr Valley make it easy to feel at home here and establish. In a healthy environment, children grow up save, have enough space to play outside and experience adventures.
Due to the good accessibility of numerous large cities and municipalities it is also attractive for commuters to settle here with their families. With the large-scale ecological project “Obere Ahr-Hocheifel” the region is making a strong contribution to the protection of nature and the preservation of its treasures. For their inhabitants it means, to have green quality of life directly in front of the door.
Living close to nature
The unique nature landscape of the Eifel rises above the left bank of the Rhine, is bordered to the south by the Moselle and to the west by Rur and Sauer. Lava caves of extinct volcanoes and the characteristic „maare“ determine the landscape intill today. Rivers and lakes make the Eifel attractive especially for anglers and water sports enthusiasts, High- and Snow-Eifel invite you to wintersports with long drawn bends and gentle hills.
Adenau at the Nürburgring
Near the small town of Adenau, one of the most popular tourist destinations of the Eifel, lies the Nordschleife of the famous Nürburgring. The racing circuit, opened in 1927, attracts numerous of racing fans. On more than 25 kilometers of track, races are held here and the most varied events are offered.
In addition to the 24-hour races, the Formula 1 and regular VLN long-distance championships, visitors with the popular tourist trips are given the opportunity to sit behind the wheel and discover the „Vettel“ in themselves. The annual Oldtimer Grand Prix is a much-respected meeting place for fans of historic cars from all over Europe. Thus the Eifel offers the best conditions for a versatile and varied life.