THE ORIGINAL FELKE BAREFOOT PATH AND EXPERIENCES AROUND BAD SOBERNHEIM
Hikers and cyclists will get their money’s worth here on the edge of the Soonwald-Nahe natural park. Impressive natural and cultural monuments around Bad Sobernheim whet the appetite for excursions. Circular paths amongst vineyards and meadows invite you to explore nature in the Nahe region.
- Similar to a foot reflexology massage, walking over clay, grass, sand, stones, bark mulch and through the water stimulates the entire organism. The 3.5 km long Felke barefoot path in Bad Sobernheim can be reached in about 5 minutes on foot from the BollAnts.
Explore the neighbouring “Open Air Museum Rhineland-Palatinate”
in Bad Sobernheim on a short hike through the nightingale valley and feel transported back to the last century.
- A visit to the nearby Disibodenberg (3 km) – the place of power and work of the healer Hildegard von Bingen.
Detailed information about the Naheland.
Further information on the Soonwald-Nahe Natural Park.
Places of interest on the Rhine and Nahe - our tips for exciting excursions
- “Günderode Filmhaus” in Oberwesel on the Rhine: cultural site of the Hunsrück history around the film project “Heimat” by Edgar Reitz, plus a small restaurant and café with a brilliant view of the Rhine and beautiful Rhine hiking trails right next to the building, approx. 40 minutes by car.
- Tree-top adventure course in Bad Kreuznach
- Stone Sculpture Museum: The only contemporary stone sculpture museum in the world. In the midst of the vinyards of the Nahe valley.
- Shopping is worthwhile in Bad Kreuznach (25 minutes by car) and Wiesbaden (40 minutes by car), and the old town in Meisenheim is also beautiful (25 minutes by car).
Welcome to one of the world’s best Riesling regions
The wines of the Nahe are in the focus of our wine list. The BollAnts lies in the middle of this wine-growing region, which is one of the best Riesling regions in the world.
“Nahe wines are the wines I turn to when I want the very best Germany has to offer!” - Steve Pitcher, San Francisco, taken from www.doennhoff.com.
Big names from the Nahe are represented on our wine list in the restaurants, e.g., the Dönnhoff winery from Oberhausen/Nahe, Emrich-Schönleber winery from Monzingen, Schlossgut Diel from Burg Layen and even the Schäfer-Fröhlich winery from Bockenau. We also present you with the newcomers, such as the Joh.Bapt. Schäfer from Burg Layen winery, or the Korrell winery from Bosenheim.
“There is something fishy about that. The Nahe winegrowers must have made some kind of pact. Most certainly. With the devil, Petrus or Bacchus, probably with all three at the same time. There is no other explanation for the fact that the 2011 wine, which produced inharmonious wines in so many other regions, was so good, if not to say outstanding. Indeed, it is a marvellous vintage on the Nahe. It is the year of the Nahe!” - The “Gault Millau” wine guide on Nahe wines
Nahe wines for at home: the exclusive “BollAnts Only” wine edition. The vintners Emrich-Schönleber, Schäfer-Fröhlich and Korrell have developed wines for us that we sell exclusively in our shop here at BollAnts Spa im Park.