Tour along the Moselhöhenweg and through the beautiful Salmtal valley to Bekond Castle. On the Rückweg we cross forests and vineyards.
In Klüsserath, the Salm flows into the Moselle. It is a classic roadside village that stretches for 2 km along the Moselle's baffling slope. This is where the typical regional saying comes from: „As long as Klüsserath“. An old court lime tree stands at the village well. The parish church has a Gothic choir and a high altar from the Renaissance period, which was made in the school of Johannes Rupert Hoffmann. The new parish centre „Alte Ökonomie“ houses tourist information and a wine shop. The Moselle valley here has the shape of a natural amphitheatre, with wonderful views along the walks. In Bekond you can visit the former castle garden with orangery, which was transformed into a landscape garden in the 19th century. In Klüsserath you can stop off at one of the wine taverns or winegrowers' businesses.
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