Good neighbors in the Enztal valley
Enzklösterle lies in the northern Black Forest at an altitude of 600 metres. Set within a beautiful natural landscape with green meadows and mighty fir forests on the edge of an upland moor nature reserve, this highly rated health resort is the perfect holiday destination. A special outing for families and groups is to the Seewald Freizeitpark Enzklösterle recreation area, which boast a gigantic slide made of stainless steel. Have fun sliding down a course 1500 metres long which twists and turns its way down the the Seekopf mountain into the valley.
Höfen an der Enz
Höfen lies in the northern Black Forest and stretches up from 360 to 712 metres in altitude. It is below the confluence of the Grosse Enz and Kleine Enz streams. Its natural setting beckons, as do its open air pool and miniature golf course. You can stay overnight at the Hotel Ochsen. This family-run four-star hotel has a tradition dating back 250 years, and boasts excellent service, a luxurious spa area and fine cuisine.
Neuenbürg lies in the northern Black Forest between valleys and gentle hills. Its Straubenhardt and Waldenburg castles were built in the 11th century, and the new castle in the 12th century. Neuenbürg offers many leisure activities. Guests can enjoy the open air pool, play tennis or indoor miniature golf, walk through the castle museum, the old mine, or the old castle ruins (12th century), or explore the ruins of the Waldenburg and Straubenhardt castles and the more recent new castle (17th century).