Located near the cities of Bremen and Oldenburg, Wildeshauser Geest Nature Park is the largest nature reserve by area in Lower Saxony and, thanks to the diversity of its terrain, is a landscape full of contrasts.
Natural beauty and imposing landmarks, picturesque highlands and cultural and historical highlights – these are what make up the Teutoburg Forest / Egge Hills Nature Park, the largest in North Rhine-Westphalia .
Discover the landscape of Germany's northernmost highlands. Whether you're a cyclist or hiker, a culture lover or a geology enthusiast, or whether you're just looking to relax, the TERRA.vita Nature Park and Geopark has something for everyone.
At the end of the 19th century, the Brandenburg novelist and hiking enthusiast Theodor Fontane wrote extensively about the landscape in the heart of the Ruppiner Land region, and it has remained largely unchanged since then.
Located in north-west Bavaria , the Spessart Hills Nature Park protects one of Germany's largest and most beautiful deciduous forests. The hills are bordered by the valley of the river Main with its picture-perfect towns and castles.
Near to Lake Constance, where the Alps begin and the landscape is characterised by its unusual geology, the Nagelfluhkette Nature Park is part of a diverse landscape comprising biospheres and national parks.
The Eifel highlands – a unique natural environment, including not only the Hohes Venn (High Fens) and millions of wild narcissi, but also castles and palaces. There's a whole range of experiences on offer at the reserve, from 'Eifel Expeditions' to views from the peaks.
Reaching from the Danube valley all the way to the Grosser Arber mountain, the Bavarian Forest Nature Park takes in 89 towns and villages in the districts of Straubing-Bogen, Deggendorf, Regen and Freyung-Grafenau.
Located north of Berlin, Barnim Nature Park comprises large areas of forest, idyllic lakes, untamed rivers and pristine moors. The park benefits from excellent walking and cycling routes, GPS data and discovery trails.
The unspoilt, lagoon-dotted coastline, extensive forest and centuries-old cultivated landscape make this area, situated in north-eastern Germany on the border with Poland, an attractive holiday destination.
Covering 3,000 square kilometres in the heart of Bavaria, Altmühl Valley Nature Park is one of Germany's largest reserves. Bizarre rock formations and juniper heathland are features of this beautiful riverscape.