A beautiful, idyllic setting with a small community-feel yet still large enough to offer all the necessary amenities and much more. The town and surrounding area is renowned for its glassmaking. There are several glass workshops, classes, museums, and shops to indulge in. Be at one with nature, revel in the wooded, mountainous landscape, and breathe in the fresh clean air. Untouched nature and tranquillity abound. For 4 days in August, the village comes alive for the Drachselsried Church Festival. Visit the Old Bavarian Church, which is one of the biggest in the region. Or simply while away the hours and watch the world go by while enjoying a coffee and cake at one of the delectable cafes.
Location: Get away from it all in a lush, idyllic setting.
Drachselsried is located in the Zeller Valley in the Bavarian Forest National Park in Southern Germany. It benefits from a sunny, sheltered position. This area forms part of the largest expanse of mountainous woodland in Central Europe. The forest consists of spruce and beech trees, and an abundance of exquisite wild flowers. The village is located north-east of Munich airport, 1 hour away by road. The transport links are excellent, making it easy to arrive here for a long or short break to escape everyday life.
Culture: Indulge in a wealth of culture all year round.
Delight in the traditional Bavarian hospitality, and enjoy some folk dancing in the village square in the evenings. The village forms part of the famous Glass Road. Visit one of the local glass museums. Join a workshop, take in a glass show, an exhibition, or a master class, and indulge in a spot of shopping.
Activities: Rest or adrenaline. Find all you need here.
The landscape affords the perfect backdrop to enjoy a multitude of sports. Enjoy the majestic landscape Nordic walking, hut hiking, and mountain hiking. Cycle along the Zeller Valley Sculpture Cycle Path, coupling sports with culture. The cycle path links up to several other local and national routes. Canoeing and horseback riding are also on offer for those who are looking for an adrenaline rush. The resort is also popular in winter with skiing and tobogganing.