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Der Sauerbrunnen-Gesundheit aus dem Vulkan

  • Kobern-Gondorf

The Sauerbrunnen and the Guidoborn are carbonated mineral springs.

People don't usually think of water when they think of volcanoes. At most for quenching. You can at least quench your thirst here if you pass one of the two carbonated mineral springs, the Sauerbrunnen or the Guidoborn. Almost nothing will happen to you, because our free Sauerbrunnen water is certified to be almost medicinal water quality. Depending on the weather, however, you should be aware that carbonic acid gas can escape, especially at the bottom of the wells. The sour well water was appreciated in the past by the farmers who worked in the nearby fields. Children pulled the bottled water to their families in the village with a self-made two-wheeled cart, the "Buar-Koar", when one could not yet afford expensive mineral water. During a restful break at the sour well you can plan a picnic and cool your feet in the shallow stream as a little change. This shady spot is highly recommended, especially in the hot summer. Whether you simply take a short walk from Kobern or reach the spring via the Tatzelwurmweg, the dream path "Koberner Burgpfad" or the Moselhöhenweg, you should try the healthy water from the depths of the Eifel volcanoes in any case.

Locations: the sour wells are located along the Hohesteinsbach 56330 Kobern-Gondorf.
Parking facilities: Parking spaces on the Lennigstraße in Kobern in the direction of Wolken.

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Lennigstraße 12-14

56330 Kobern-Gondorf


Phone: (0049) 2607 1055


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