|Suburban traffic|| 2 || km ||Airport|| 150 || km |
Holiday Park; Among nature
Here in the "Schwäbische Alb" (Swabian Alb, a low mountain range in Baden-Wurttenberg) time seems to pass just a little bit slower. While on vacation it is wonderful to have time to enjoy all the beautiful surroundings. At your convenience you can discover the relationship between the Swabian people and their homeland. Every season in the "Schwäbische Alb" has something to offer so there is certainly something suitable for you. The valley of the great "Lauter" offers unparalleled hiking opportunities. You will find lots of peace and quiet in this diverse, natural landscape with flower meadows, moors, beech forests and limestone cliffs. A variety of castles, ruins, caves and vantage points make a visit to Hayingen and its surroundings more than worth the effort. From the banks of the "Lauter", the "Ah Zwiefalter" and the "Glastal" you can see trout in the crystal clear waters below. You can enjoy the sound of the water rushing through the rocks and woods of the "Schwäbische Alb". In Hayingen people still respect the order of the day. "Feschtle" (carnival associated with driving out winter) are traditional here. Another important tradition are the plays performed in the theater of nature. For almost 50 years these self-written theater pieces have been performed in the Schwäbisch dialect. The stage is completely formed by nature and the scenery, surroundings and play are adapted to each new year. From mid-July to early September you can enjoy this unique open-air spectacle every Saturday (8:00 pm) and Sunday (2:30). In the "Schwäbische Alb" you can still enjoy nature. There are many plants here that are on the verge of extinction. If you would like to view nature from a different perspective, you can canoe down the "Lauter" (on weekdays from July 1st; you can rent canoes in Bischishausen about 6 kilometers away). A visit to the "Wimsemer Cave" is also worthwhile. You can visit this cave by boat up until late October. The healthy climate of the low mountain range is certainly a benefit for your lungs as well as your soul. You can enjoy an active or restful holiday among this refreshing landscape. Hiking, cycling, gliding, hot air balloon rides, tennis, canoeing and cross-country skiing in the winter – there is something for everyone! Also people with allergies will enjoy the fresh, crisp air of this area.