Mendig and surroundings - leisure tips (excursion destinations)
The Hotel Felsenkeller is an ideal starting point for excursions in the region and a welcome destination after an eventful day.
Lava Dome - German Volcano Museum Mendig
Experience at first hand what volcanism is all about in the region around Lake Laach. There are various sights and tours to choose from - but a guided tour through the large underground lava cellars is a "must"!
Look forward to delicious honest brewery cuisine
&a large selection of our own beers! The entire Brauhaus kitchen team is closely rooted in our homeland, so it is a personal requirement for us to source as many ingredients as possible for our fresh cuisine directly in the region.
To support our claims, we have successfully qualified as an Eifel host of the Eifel regional brand and also have our commitment externally audited.
Guided tours in the deepest beer cellar in the world - a very special experience.
If you take part in a guided tour of our historic beer cellar, you will descend into the deepest storage and fermentation cellars in the world (153 steps, 30 m below ground). During a one-hour guided tour, you will experience the elemental forces in the widely ramified basalt quarries.
Here you can find out what the volcanic eruption of Lake Laach has to do with beer and combine interesting facts with fun.
Lake Laach is located in the Volcanic Eifel near Maria Laach Abbey. It is the largest lake in Rhineland-Palatinate. The last eruption of the former Laach volcano took place about 13,000 years ago. Today, the Laacher See nature reserve is a paradise for recreation seekers and water sports enthusiasts!
Maria Laach Abbey
The world-famous Benedictine monastery of Maria Laach awaits you right next to Lake Laach. The six-towered abbey church from the 11th century is particularly worth seeing. It is considered one of the most beautiful Romanesque monuments in Germany.
27 circular hiking trails lead through the forest and volcanic landscapes of the Eifel, past steep vineyards and along the courses of the Rhine and Moselle rivers. Different lengths and altitude profiles make the dream trails a worthwhile destination for hikers of all ages. The dream trails Virne-Burgweg and Monrealer Ritterschlag in the Eifel and the dream trails
Eltzer Burgpanorama and Pyrmonter Felsensteig on the Mosel have already been awarded the title of "Germany's most beautiful hiking trails" (category: tours).
The over 2000-year-old Roman town on the Middle Rhine attracts visitors with the highest cold-water geyser in the world. By boat you will reach the Namedyer Werth peninsula, where the water bubbles up from the earth more than 50 m into the sky. At the Geysir Centre you can learn all about geysers and volcanism.
In Andernach itself, the historic old town and the Round Tower, one of the most powerful fortified towers of its time, are worth a visit.
In the middle of the Eifel lies the Nürburgring - a Mecca for motor sport fans from all over the world. The world-famous Grand Prix circuit with the legendary Nordschleife ("green hell") and the Nürburgring Adventure World Museum are a worthwhile destination for young and old.
Discover the old garrison town at the confluence of the Moselle and Rhine rivers. In the city centre, countless cafés and restaurants, elegant boutiques and modern shopping malls will entice you. A cable car takes you to Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, from where you can enjoy a fantastic view of the city.
Romantic boat tours through the World Heritage Site of the Middle Rhine Valley with its castles and palaces start from the Deutsches Eck. From here you can also reach the world-famous Loreley - the blessed rock is one of the most popular sights on the Middle Rhine.
You can find many more excursion tips on the official tourism portals / the official tourism portal: