Arriving from You're in the right place - although we no longer support your language, you can still book all our fantastic European destinations with more than 50.000 holiday homes to choose from.
If you haven't been redirected please click continue
This pleasantly furnished holiday house enjoys a quiet location in a well-maintained camping area with a large children's playground, volleyball and an amateur football ground, shared barbecue facilities and a laundromat. The well-furnished terrace offers panoramic views of the Harz Plateau. Go shopping in the village, try various restaurants in the vicinity and visit different attractions of Harz within a radius of 40 km. The plateaus of fields, meadows and the forest offer a beautiful hiking area to enjoy peace and relaxation. There is also a marked trail for naturists who can get their money's worth. It is a thrilling experience in the cable car that takes you from the valley high up to the Hexentanzplatz, a fabled plateau at a height of 454 metres. There is also an ancient open-air theatre with 1,350 seats in the Thale Mountain Theatre. Make a day trip to Quedlinburg to stroll on the uneven cobblestones through the picturesque streets and enjoy the unique atmosphere of the medieval town, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. Experience the narrow-gauge railway from the romantic Selke valley, whose original landscape is characterised by rugged rocks, lush pastures, idyllic ponds and extensive beech and oak forests. This valley can also be hiked over the Selketalstieg. The Albertine Amusement Park in Harzgerode awaits you with a swimming pool, a giant slide, an adventure pool with counter-current channel, a splash shower and a water mushroom, a paddling pool, a mini golf course and a beach volleyball court.