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Holiday resorts in the Black Forest

269 Holiday resorts found

Ort Unterkunft
Aichhalden - Rötenberg
Aitern - Belchen Aitern - Belchen

Schwarzwaldregion Belchen - Tourist Information Schönau

Aitern am Belchen - Haus Inge
Alpirsbach Alpirsbacher Wellness Ferienhaus Fronwald
Ferienwohnung A. Harter
Ferienwohnung Reiser
Bad Bellingen
Bad Dürrheim
Bad Herrenalb
Bad Krozingen Bad Krozingen

Kur und Bäder GmbH Bad Krozingen

FALLERHOF Hotel-Restaurant & Ferienhaus
Bad Liebenzell
Bad Peterstal-Griesbach Appartmenthaus Kirchberg
Auf dem Hofertonihof Familie Huber
Ferienwohnung Huber
Ferienwohnung Waidele
Gästehaus Gerda
Haus Maria Bächle
Haus Wilde Rench
Hotel Schauinsland
Natur und Sport Hotel Zuflucht
Paradies im Schwarzwald
Relais & Châteaux Hotel Dollenberg
Bad Rippoldsau-Schapbach Bauernhof Hansenhof
Fewo Haus Armbruster
Landgasthof-Pension Sonne
Maierhof Anita Dieterle
Schmidhof Neumaier Schapbach
Bad Teinach-Zavelstein Bad Teinach-Zavelstein


Berlins Hotel KroneLamm
Hotel Teinachtal
Bad Wildbad Apart Hotel Schwarzwald Panorama
Wellnesshotel Rothfuss
Baden Baden Baden Baden

Baden-Baden Kur & Tourismus GmbH Schloss Solms

Hazienda Apartmenthotel bei Baden-Baden
Hotel Tanneck
Badenweiler Badenweiler

Badenweiler Tourismus GmbH - Tourist-Information

Hotel Anna
Romantik Hotel & Restaurant Zur Sonne
Baiersbronn Baiersbronn

Baiersbronn Touristik

Forsthaus Auerhahn
Holzschuh's Schwarzwaldhotel
Hotel Sackmann
Landhaus Waldeshöhe
Nationalpark-Hotel Schliffkopf
Pension Oesterle
Belchendorf Neuenweg Bauernhof Rützler
Bernau Bernau

Tourist-Information Bernau im Schwarzwald

Breggers Schwanen Hochtal SPA
Das Rössle Bernau
Haus Tannruh
Landgasthof-Hotel BERGBLICK
Biberach Bergblick Hotel Garni
Hotel Badischer Hof - Wellness und Aktivurlaub
Biederbach Biederbach


Holiday Resorts, Towns and Villages in the Black Forest

The Black Forest offers all you need for an unforgettable vacation. Beautiful landscapes, nice nature, romantic lakes and creeks, mountains with great view and wide valleys.
In former times the Black Forest was covered with huge and narrow woods which were the reason for the name of this landscape. The first settlers were farmers who used the natural resources for life stock, agriculture and lumbering.
The wood was used as firewood and timber. And later it was used to produce charcoal and potash to smelt ore or to produce glass. Where the forests disappeared, agriculture and farming grew. For the own use of the inhabitants and also to sell on the markets , where commerce and crafts came up. Timber was even sold to the Netherlands to build ships. And the black forest creeks became the infrastructure for floating the logs.
Villages were built around Churches and Monasteries. The growing trade and business made it necessary to improve the infrastructure - in the east-west-direction over steep pathways over mountain passes which were the basis for nowadays streets and railways. For a long time, Black Forest farmers had to take care of nearly everything they needed on their own. They became universal handcrafters and engineered a lot of useful things – especially in winter times when they had a lot of time. In winter they could not work outside cause of the deep snow and cold temperatures. They carved, knitted, tinkered and repaired. And they developed a lot of useful things like cuckoo clocks.
In the beginning of the 20th century more and more visited the Black Forest region for holiday and recreation – both in summer and winter. People enjoyed the nature and the traditions and heritage.
The growing tourism made inns become hotels and a lot of people offered bed and breakfast in their private houses. Today guest find a great variety of accommodations throughout the Black Forest. Everything is well prepared and organized to make a trip to the Black Forest or a recreation holiday for a great experience for the guests.
The breathtaking landscape and the living heritage and traditions provide unforgettable impressions. The Black Forest history comes alive on markets, events, festivals and museums.
And the fresh air and living nature invites you to explore it and do outdoor sports.