Visitors to the TERRA.vita UNESCO Global Geopark soon get to grips with the geological highlights of Germany's northernmost highland area – no matter whether they are active holidaymakers, geology buffs or simply in need of some rest and relaxation.
This nature and geopark spanning 1,550 square kilometres boasts a wide variety of landscapes and many fascinating geological fault lines. This creates an impressively detailed geological mosaic effect that has resulted in the area being designated a UNESCO Global Geopark. Visitors have plenty of opportunities to experience nature and the earth's history at first hand. Museums reveal all about unique geological features, whilst the treetop trail in Bad Iburg encourages adventurers to look at the park from a different angle. On top of all that, there's plenty of chance to recharge those batteries at TERRA.vita by paying a visit to the health resorts and spas as well as culturally and historically significant attractions.