Real estate agent Südliche Weinstraße, Landau and surroundings
The district Südliche Weinstraße is located in the south of the federal state Rhineland-Palatinate. With almost 12,000 hectares of vineyards, the region is one of the largest wine-growing areas in the Federal Republic of Germany. The district takes its name from the "German Wine Route" tourist route, an 85-kilometer-long road that runs through the middle of the wine-growing region. Characteristic of the landscape around Landau, Neustadt and Bad Dürkheim are the castles, palaces and castle ruins perched on numerous mountain peaks.
The hospitable region also has a diverse range of gastronomy and countless rest and refreshment stops, making it an ideal terrain for sports and leisure activities. The season of the Palatinate almond blossom, when wide stretches of land are bathed in pink light by the blossoming trees, is another regional attraction. In addition to the mild climate - the area has an above-average number of sunny days compared to the rest of Germany - the Südliche Weinstrasse district is characterized by its proximity to the Karlsruhe technology region as well as the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region and Alsace. As a central hub between three European growth regions, the region offers excellent development potential and also has an outstanding quality of life and living.
For you in the best locations - your competent real estate agent in the Südliche Weinstraße district will be happy to advise you!