The Moselle is a river surrounded by mighty slopes where the famous Moselle wines come from. The waters of the Moselle flow through French, Luxembourg and German soil. It passes beautiful places with half-timbered houses and castles. The river eventually runs to Koblenz, where it flows into the Rhine. In total, the river has a length of 544 km and a height (source) of 735 meters. We hereby give you the highlights that you have at a motorhome route Moselle certainly not allowed to drive past!Our campers
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A rich history
We start at Trier on the Moselle camper route. Here you will find highlights of the former Roman settlement. Remains like baths testify to the Roman past in this place. The cathedral and adjacent basilica are impressive. Because of beauty and wealth. See the hideous (and exhaust-fouled) Roman Porta Nigra living up to its name. A rich piece of history with beautiful buildings and nice shopping streets. Definitely worth a visit!
From the Salm-Radweg, which leaves the Moselle camper route in a loop, to return there later, you can make a nice bike ride. From the camper place in Klüsserath it goes up nicely. You will cycle along the vineyards and forests. Through the farming villages you can enjoy a rolling landscape that is ideally suited for cycling through. Eventually you will arrive in Wittlich. This is where the long descent back to the Moselle starts immediately. Cycle relaxed on the former railway line that has been transformed into a cycle path. In Lieser you almost cycle into the Moselle and go back to your camper along the way.
At Graach an der Mosel you will find a beautiful camper place a stone's throw from the town of Bernakastel-Kues. Without a doubt, this is the most beautiful town in the Moselle valley. Beautifully restored half-timbered houses with devout wisdom written in golden letters give the city a special grandeur. In the narrow streets and alleys, the buildings are occasionally so crooked that the roofs almost touch each other. Stroll and stroll through the town for an afternoon. The market square is also a feast for the eyes. And given the hustle and bustle that is going on there, we are certainly not the only ones to find this. As soon as you're done, you can take the plunge and continue the Moselle camper route to the castle on top of the mountain. Ultimately, you earn a beautiful view with this.
In Ernst there is a camper place at a winery with a tasting room. And since the Moselle camper route is known for its Moselle wines, a visit to this tasting room is an absolute must. Therefore, stop by and take a look at the factory. About 70 million liters of wine are produced here every year. More than 6 million bottles of wine are stored there. Discover the passion and the story of wine from the Moselle.
During the Moselle camper route you have to go past at least one castle. And we highly recommend visiting the famous Burg Eltz in Wierschem. This is said to be the most beautiful castle in all of Germany. And looking at just the images, this could just be right. Upon arrival you will see a fairytale castle with many towers and smaller turrets. Because the castle has never really been damaged and has been beautifully restored, everything still looks tip-top. A lust for the eye!
Its strategic location on rivers has brought both prosperity and destruction to Koblenz. And therefore also: repair work. The city is now beautifully situated and it is a real pleasure to stroll along the boulevard. Take a gondola to Ehrenbreitstein Fort on the other side of the Rhine. This is the largest fortress in the world. Walk with this Moselle camper route in the Altstadt with colorful buildings, beautiful shopping streets, nice statues, beautiful squares and cozy terraces. A real pleasure.