The vacation region Eslohe makes outdoor hearts beat faster and is the starting point for many interesting hiking and biking trails. The many slate-roofed half-timbered houses with their carved doors are typical for the region and characterize this swinging mountain landscape.
The Homert as a central mountain range connects the lively town of Eslohe and the many surrounding villages. Forests and wide valleys constantly alternate in the landscape here. Hiking fans can enjoy magnificent views of these green meadows and forests, especially on the long-distance hiking trail "Sauerland-Höhenflug". And on the theme trails, such as the Esselsteig and the Reiste Chapel Trail, guests can discover not only nature, but also art, culture and history. Cyclists can enjoy a relaxed ride through the region on the former railroad tracks of the SauerlandRadring and can look forward to highlights such as the Fledermaustunnel near Kückelheim.
Behind the partly splendidly decorated half-timbered facades in the villages, warm-hearted people live and excellent gastronomy is offered. A stop for coffee and cake, a hearty "Sauerland Schlachtplatte" or other culinary specialties is always worthwhile. And in case of rainy weather, the DampfLandLeute Museum and the Esselbad in Eslohe also guarantee nice vacation moments.
You can spend the night in feel-good rooms in 4-star hotels with sophisticated wellness offers, in cozy inns and guesthouses, in well-equipped vacation apartments and on rural mobile home sites. Many of the establishments are family-run and the hosts maintain a long tradition. For them, in addition to quality and service, personal contact with guests is particularly important.