Welcome to the UNESCO World Heritage!
Monastery-Island. Vegetable-Island. Island of gardeners, fishermen and wine growers ... The largest of the three Lake Constance Island – the Reichenau – has many names. And at least as many advantages:
- Located in the middle of the varied holiday region Untersee
- Across the avenue of Reichenau fast on the mainland and back
- Unique flora and fauna in the nature reserve Wollmatinger Ried
- Varied opportunities for swimming, sailing and boating
- Rural idyll and 1300 year-old settlement history
- UNESCO World Heritage wiht churches and art treasures of the middle age
- Island trails for exploration tours by feet and by bike
- Vegetable and fish – fresh from the island
- The most southern wine-growing area of Germany
Vegetables on the ReichenauFreshness on the table guarantee 83 producers of fruits and vegetable. It could not be better!Read More
Wine-growingThe Reichenau Island is the most southern wine-growing region of Germany.Read More
Museum of local history next to the hotelThe Island visitors can inform about the outstanding cultural-historical significance of the Reichenau in three museum units of the MUSEUM REICHENAU.Read More
Gallery of HochwartA special tip for a trip on the Reichenau Island is the gallery of Hochwart, which is located on the highest point of the island in the midst of the wineyards.Read More
FishingFreshly caught on the table - Enjoyment of fish on the Island Reichenau.Read More
St. Peter and PaulCatholic parish church. The church of St. Peter and Paul was donated by the blessed Bishop Egino of Verona (died 802) and consecrated in 799.Read More
Cathedral of St. Maria and MarkusCatholic parish church, former monastery church of the Benedictine abbey Reichenau (monastery foundation in 724).Read More
St. Georg - OberzellThe parish church of St. Georg was built after 888 by Abbot Hatto III (888-913).Read More
Holiday at Lake Constance – Experiencing diversity
Around the year
Experience and discover the incredible diversity of the Lake Constance region. Countless destinations, activities and events in winter and summer ensure a varied stay at the largest lake of Germany.
Hiking, biking, climbing, swimming, diving, paddling or sailing, by canoe, raft, surfboard or wakeboard – the region offers countless opportunities for an exciting sports program. With a large selection of first-class clubs, golf fans should also be thrilled.
Even culture lovers get their money's worth. Due to the convenient situation of Lake Constance in the border triangle, the most beautiful sights in Germany, Austria and Switzerland are within reach. Visit the cultural centers of the region, Constance, Lindau, Meersburg, Überlingen and Friedrichshafen, or take a detour to the neighboring countries, e.g. to the museum cities of Winterthur and Zurich or to the festival metropolis Bregenz.
The region also has something for connoisseurs. Thanks to the mild, almost mediterranean climate, it is predestined for winegrowing. To taste the local grape varieties, a wine tasting on one of the surrounding wineries is an excellent option. In addition, Lake Constance attracts with a rich offer of fruits, vegetables and fresh fish.
Just slow down, marvel the impressive landscape and enjoy the culinary highlights that the region offers.