Der Bliesgau Radweg ist eine Rundtour durch den malerischen Bliesgau. Er startet in Richtung Blieskastel und führt dann auf den Saarland-Radweg auf der stillgelegten Bahntrasse durch das Bliestal.

Der Bohnental-Rundwanderweg verbindet die fünf Orte des Bohnentals: Scheuern, Neipel, Dorf im Bohnental, Lindscheid und Überroth-Niederhofen. Zuwege von allen Ortsteilen sind angelegt. Die Wanderung geht über hügeliges Gelände mit mehreren Steigungen und ist als mittelschwer einzustufen.

just outside the village of Kelberg, where the two-lane country road between Kelberg and Gerolstein takes a slight bend, the three historic calvaries can be found standing on a small hill.

the small commune of Roth is a typical example of a quiet village in the Eifel region.

ncient château transformed in boutique hotel. Antique rooms, beautiful courtyard with medieval defence tower, charming French formal garden

situated in the northern part of Sarregumemines, the Blies Mill houses the Museum of Faience Techniques.

Place Duroc is the town square situated at the very heart of Pont-à-Mousson.

situated in the heart of the Old Town of Metz, Place Saint-Jacques is just a few steps from Saint-Etienne Cathedral.

Originally named „Gutshof Junkerwald“ for the forest in which it is situated, the former farming estate has been transformed into a restaurant with 80 covers inside and outdoor seating for 300 gues

the city of Saarbrücken owes its development to the crossing of traditional roadways which were used as European long-distance roads, such as, for instance, the Roman roads leading from Metz to Wor

pedestrian zone with cobblestone pavement in the heart of the city. Lively area with numerous pubs, restaurants and cafés, which during the summer have their tables and chairs out in front.

The modern style building dates back to 1971.

medium-sized shop with a large display window and vertical blinds. Two separate areas, the back room has a window

St. Johanner Markt is a market square in the very heart of Saarbrücken. As its name implies, it used to belong to the once independent municipality of St. Johann.

Vaux, situated near Metz, has a population of about 850 people. The village, which is surrounded by woods and vineyards, was first mentioned during Roman times.

The Webenheim Farmers' Festival is one of the largest folk festivals in Saarland. It is celebrated for nine days in July every year on the Webenheim fairground in Blieskastel. Next to a huge party tent, horse races take place on a grass track, and the presentation of rural life in the Bliesgau area is also an essential component. There are carousels and music and stalls and booths and kiosks, but the heart of the festival is the farmer’s market with artisan made foods and goods for sale.

The Weinscheune (literally: “wine barn”) is a classic farmhouse, typical for the southern regions of Germany. In 2003, it was converted into a residential building with an attached vinotheque and wine bar. The historic house in the heart of Hüttersdorf has been family-owned since around 1872. The exact year of construction is not known. Johann Pontius, who was a miner by trade, married Angela Trenz that year and probably converted the house into a residential building at this time.

Wildlife park of Saarbrücken, the Saarland state capital. Native wild species in outdoor enclosures, circular routes, nature trails, forest classrooms, and one bistro.

The holiday home consists of two hotel guest rooms and one apartment

The holiday home consists of two hotel guest rooms and one apartment