Bad Bertrich - the only source of mineral water with Glauber's salt in Germany - is located in a side valley of the Moselle, not far from the tourism strongholds Cochem and Bernkastel-Kues. The banks of the Moselle can be reached within a few minutes by car, and not only is there a tremendous amount of leisure activities available there. Experience boat trips or amusement parks, the Nürburgring or the cities of Trier, Bernkastel-Kues, Cochem or Koblenz.
Mountain bike and motorcycle
For active mountain bike or motorcycle friends, the mountainous landscape of the Mosel / Eifel region is a challenge. A total of 700 km of mountain bike trails of all levels of difficulty run around Bad Bertrich deep into the Eifel.
The mountains and hills of Bad Bertrich hide more than 100 years old hiking trails. You can enjoy nature to the full and see the hand-cut rocks. Be inspired by the stone age grottos, waterfalls and bridges hidden in the 70km of marked trails.
"Highlights" are the Hohenzollern Tower and the Bismarck Tower. From there you can enjoy the fabulous view over Bad Bertrich and the Üßbachtal. Both lookout towers are from the 19th century and well worth a visit. A well-known hiking destination is Falkenlay, a four-hundred meter high basalt cone. The Falkenlay is located in a nature reserve. There are guided hikes on Thursdays. (Weather permitting)
Also nearby and very well known are the various, idyllic maars (lakes) of the Vulkaneifel. Starting with the "Immerather Maar" to the "powder and Holzmaar" in Gillenfeld, all the way to Gerolstein.
Römerkessel, Landscape therapeutic Park
The Römerkessel in Bad Bertrich is a special park. It is Europe's first landscape therapeutic park. Seven very different gardens should stimulate, calm, inspire; seven very different theme gardens offer seven "atmosphere baths". Here you can compensate for some harmful health deficits of the society - with the known consequences.