Endurance and action

Ulm, Kempten, Memmingen and Munich are just a few of the towns and cities offering attractive shopping opportunities. Discover the beautiful Allgäu region while hiking, cycling, riding or taking part in many other sporting and leisure activities in the Günz region.
Cycling in the Allgäu
Start your bike tour of the Allgäu here in a relaxed fashion – we are a certified partner of bett+bike.
The website Radrunde Allgäu provides all the information you need, together with services such as luggage transportation using the Allgäu Shuttle.

Golf courses
Westerhart, near Memmingen www.golfclub-memmingen.de

Ottobeuren www.golfclub-ottobeuren.de

Horse riding
Lauberhart Tannenhof riding school

Tennis
Yes fit for fun www.yes-fitforfun.de

Leisure
Skyline Park www.skylinepark.de

Bad Wörishofen thermal spa
www.therme-badwoerishofen.de

Sightseeing in the Allgäu

Ulm Minster
How about a trip to nearby Ulm?
www.ulm.de

Neuschwanstein - following in the steps of King Ludwig II
This world-famous fairytale castle near Füssen, the most visited in Germany, has been open to the public since 1886.
www.neuschwanstein.de

Lake Constance – off to the “Swabian Sea”
Wander through the idyllic little town of Lindau before taking a boat trip on the lake, passing the famous floating stage at Bregenz.
www.bodensee.de

Mainau, island of flowers
The island is a vast park hosting a splendid variety of flowers and an old baroque palace.
www.mainau.de

Wieskirche - UNESCO World Heritage Site
Pilgrimage church “of the Scourged Saviour”, designed by Dominikus Zimmermann in the Rococo style.
www.wieskirche.de

Ottobeuren basilica
Not far from Günz is one of the largest monasteries in Europe, the Benedictine abbey with its Baroque basilica.
www.ottobeuren.de

Munich, Bavaria’s metropolis – always worth a visit
Munich has more to offer than just the famous Oktoberfest or the German Museum. Climb the “Old Peter” at Marienplatz and you will be rewarded with a beautiful aerial view of the whole city. Buildings such as the Church of Our Lady and the 1972 Olympic Stadium will dazzle you on the horizon.
www.muenchen.de