Nach monatelanger Pause dürfen wir Dich endlich wieder in der Urlaubsregion Wendland.Elbe als Gast empfangen! Damit der Inzidenzwert weiterhin so schön niedrig bleibt, ist es wichtig, dass sich alle an die bestehenden Regelungen halten. Unter anderem müssen sich Urlauber im Wendland bei der Anreise testen lassen. Wo Du Dich testen lassen kannst, erfährst Du hier. Alternativ kannst Du auch direkt einen Termin in dem mobilen Testbus buchen. Weitere aktuelle Informationen zu Corona-Themen im Wendland findest Du hier.

Bleib gesund und bis bald! Wir freuen uns riesig auf Deinen Besuch!

*We’re so happy to welcome you back to the Wendland.Elbe region! When visiting we kindly ask you to adhere to the local rules and testing regulations. Please check out the current Covid-19 guidelines for the Wendland here (in German)*.

Elbe Heath Tour (Elbe-Heide-Tour)

The region between the Elbe river and the heath country was shaped during the Ice Ages. Following the Weichselian glaciation, tremendous amounts of sand were deposited when the ice melted. Over the course of time, the sand formed dunes many meters high and covered primarily with heather. At the beginning of the 18th century, pines were planted in this landscape based on nutrient-poor soil and the heath disappeared. After a catastrophic forest fire in 1975, the burned areas near Nemitz developed into a large heath area. Today, the Nemitz Heath has been designated again and again as a bird sanctuary area and is significant with regard to international species protection. The House in the Nemitz Heath between Trebel and Nemitz is the ideal starting point for a side trip though the blooming heath.