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RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN MAYEN AND THE SURROUNDING AREA.
Lake Laach & Maars
Lake Laach is located between the Rhine, Moselle and Ahr rivers in the east of the Eifel. Lake Laach and its surroundings form the largest nature reserve in Rhineland-Palatinate and is a popular tourist and leisure destination. With around 3.3 km² and a water depth of more than 50 m, the lake is the largest lake in Rhineland-Palatinate and offers many recreational opportunities.
Today, there are still 12 of 70 maars in Rhineland-Palatinate that are filled with water and these are regarded as trademarks of the volcanic Eifel. They characterise the landscape and are much-visited excursion and bathing destinations in summer.
Benedictine Abbey Maria Laach
Maria Laach Abbey is one of the most famous sights in the Lake Laach Volcano Park. The abbey church is probably one of the most famous buildings in the Eifel. It is one of the most outstanding examples of German Romanesque church architecture. The abbey, with its monastery-owned nursery, workshops, bookshop and shop for traditional handicrafts, attracts over a million visitors all year round.
The Nürburgring means: first-class motorsport in diverse racing series such as Formula 1, touring car racing, endurance races, 24-hour races and Truck Grand Prix, but also self-driving like the pros, rock concerts and bike & run championships.
Embedded in the unique nature of the Eifel landscape, the Nürburgring today presents itself as a multi-faceted motorsport centre with state-of-the-art technical facilities around the traditional Nordschleife, the "Green Hell" and along the ultra-modern Grand Prix circuit. Experience the diversity and fascination of this most beautiful and at the same time most demanding race track in the world!
The small town of Cochem forms the centre of the holiday region on the Moselle between Bremm and Moselkern. The majestic Reichsburg with its towers and battlements dominates the townscape from almost every perspective. Small alleys leading to the medieval market square, the lively Moselle promenade with its cafés to linger in, the marina and the hospitable people of Cochem give the town its typical holiday atmosphere.
City of Mayen
Mayen is a beautiful, tranquil town in the volcanic Eifel and is often called the "Gateway to the Eifel". With the Genoveva Castle, the castle festival in August, as well as the Eifel Museum and the German slate mine, the town offers many leisure activities and remains true to its historical charm.
Likewise, the town offers a lot of gastronomy, a cinema, boutiques, a modern public swimming pool and many hiking possibilities. For these reasons, Mayen is a popular destination and is much appreciated by residents and tourists alike.
The deutsche Eck is the landmark of the city of Koblenz and attracts tourists from all over the world. A cable car connects the deutsche Eck with the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, from where you have a great view over the entire city and its surroundings. There is also a lot of gastronomy, shopping, cinemas, museums and an exciting nightlife.