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Vacation in a holiday home in the Eifel

The low mountainous region of the Eifel, carpeted with beech trees and great lakes, is a stunning forest-scape to find holiday houses or holiday apartments to rent. The National Park Eifel, founded under the mission to ‘let nature be nature’, takes up over 110 square kilometres of the Eifel, and offers those renting holiday homes a unique experience of a wilderness almost untouched by human interference.

The Eifel wilderness

Holiday rentals are available to book amongst the thick beech forests that populate most of the low-rolling mountains of the Eifel. The landscape is at its most stunning in the National Park Eifel, which has fostered a wilderness since its creation in 2004. Thought to be home to 1,600 endangered species and plants, those renting holiday houses or holiday apartments can hike through the park and hope to catch sight of a wild cat or black stark, or in autumn, watch two red deer stags battle it out for a doe. Those staying in holiday rentals can also climb up the cones of extinct volcanoes, and in the spring, marvel at the mass of wild daffodils that bloom.

Activities and cultural pursuits in the Eifel

Beyond the borders of the park those on a vacation in holiday homes can take part in organised hikes and cycle trips, as well as get involved in water sports on the lakes, often referred to as the 'blue eyes of the Eifel.' There are romantic castles and Mosel vineyards to discover, as well as the spa resort at Bad Münstereifel, a town steeped in Roman history.