Time with your family in Schweich and on the Roman Wine Route!

Sport and action around Schweich

Vater und Tochter fahren ausgelassen auf Rodelbahn

The real Mosel feeling comes not only from wine, but also from a love of carefree outdoor exercise. Curious kids on a world conquest as well as grandparents looking to stay fit will get their money's worth here.

The "Triolago" swimming and leisure lake in Riol for lots of fun time.

Summer can come, especially in and around theTriolago swimming and leisure lake in Riol. The heart of this paradise of fun is an artificial but very natural lake with a bathing beach and sunbathing lawn.

Water-skiing cableway and wakeboarding promise lots of fun for talented water lovers.  And for families who like it dry, putting or football golf at the Triolago is the fun way to do things. The all-weather summer toboggan run is a tobogganing pleasure for all ages.

Fun & action while hiking, climbing and mountain biking.

Ansicht auf Kinder beim Klettern im Waldkletterpark Leiwen.

The Mosel slopes around Schweich, which become steeper downstream, provide the inspiration for even more sports: Climbing for all holiday situations.

With older, sporty kids, the short yet challenging via ferrata in Riol offers a holiday adventure in rocky terrain. The reward: breathtaking views of the Mosel valley..

Leiwen forest climbing parkwith its secured course (also suitable for smaller children) leads to literal highs between trees. The forest climbing park is a good experience for kids aged five and over. If the weather isn’t the greatest, there is an indoor games hallwith bowling alley at the Landal GreenPark next door.

A climbing course is also one of the most popular attractions at Longuich multi-generation park. While the kids let off steam on theplayground or climbing course, the adults can work on their fitness on outdoor equipment in the leisure centre´s health park.

Tip for sport-loving families and mountain bike fans: the mountain bike trail park near Mehring.

Not soaring high among ancient trees, but down-to-earth... It is possible to experience the giants like this on the easily accessible and, in places, even pram-friendly and barrier-free Tree World Path, which Trier Forestry Office has laid out near the district of Quint, not far from Schweich. A circular route of just under five kilometres instils a love of nature in children's hearts, as they discover native and exotic trees from other continents in a very lifelike way.

Discover exciting crafts

In the beautiful Mosel landscape, people have also left fascinating traces – discovering these is part of an exciting family excursion. In the Fell visitor mine, you can go underground to witness the hardships of slate extraction. In earlier centuries, this was often a life-threatening affair... of course, a visit to the mine today is not.

The Molitorsmühle near Schweich shows another important and laborious craft – from grain to flour.

More tips for your family holidays in Schweich and on the Roman Wine Route?

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