• Lauf und Umgebung
  • Lauf et la région
  • Lauf and the region
  • Lauf en de regio

Lauf

Neu Windeck

The officially recognised resort town of Lauf (with approx. 4,000 inhabitants) is situated on the Baden Wine Road between Baden-Baden and Offenburg, and is conveniently located just off the beaten path on the western edge of the northern part of the Black Forest. Nestled between orchards, vineyards, meadows and forests, Lauf offers its visitors an idyllic and diverse holiday landscape including many beautiful valleys, while the surrounding countryside climbs up to 1,010m above sea level in places. Lauf lies within the borders of the Sasbachwalden holiday region.

Tourist attractions in Lauf:
New Windeck Castle: A castle from the late Hohenstaufen period, built in around 1300 by the Lords of Windeck who divided into two lines - the Old Windecks and the New Windecks. The castle has been uninhabited since 1585 and features a 20m high bergfried (or ‘fighting-tower’)
Aubach Castle: A small baroque castle built in the 18th Century
The Alte Trotte in Alsenhof: Germany’s oldest wine press. Renovated in 1970 and open to the public ever since. The Trotthaus is open to visitors every Sunday and public holiday from 1st May to 31st October from 2pm - 6pm.

Das romantische Laufbachtal mit vielen Wandermöglichkeiten ->

alte Weintrotte
alte Weintrotte
Schloß Aubach
  • Lauf und Umgebung
  • Lauf et la région
  • Lauf and the region
  • Lauf en de regio