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Holiday in Eifel

You find 208 holiday homes and apartments in the Eifel - visit the Maar in the Volcanic Eifel, travel to Kelberg, Ulmen or the Nürburgring!

Holiday house EIFELDREAM mediterrana
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Holiday house EIFELDREAM mediterrana
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 100 m²
€873.-
2 Persons/Week
Holiday house Vollmer
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Holiday house Vollmer
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 158 m²
from €550.-
3 Persons/Week
Holiday house Gehlen Hohes Venn
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Holiday house Gehlen Hohes Venn
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 100 m²
from €700.-
2 Persons/Week
Holiday house Am Rosenweg
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Holiday house Am Rosenweg
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 305 m²
from €1,430.-
14 Persons/Week
Holiday house "Roter Schwede"
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Holiday house "Roter Schwede"
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 125 m²
from €780.-
2 Persons/Week
Holiday apartment The Ydillic Rurhaus
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Holiday apartment The Ydillic Rurhaus
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 75 m²
from €414.-
2 Persons/Week

Events & Attractions in Eifel

Holiday Eifel - low priced by private

One of the most fascinating regions in Germany is the Eifel that is characterized by its volcanic landscape. A holiday apartment in the Northern Eifel is the perfect starting point for visiting the Eifel National Park and the Rur Reservoir. The famous crater lakes (Maare) are to be found further south in the area around Daun, Gerolstein and Adenau. From there, you can climb the Hohe Acht, the highest mountain in the Eifel with 747 m altitude, or visit the famous Nürburgring.

The western part of the Eifel is called Schnee-Eifel (snowy Eifel) that merges the High Fens that belongs to the Belgian province of Liège. He who wants to spend a lakeside holiday in the Eifel can choose from numerous holiday apartments and holiday homes, e. g. at lake Laacher See. The Eifel borders the Rhine to the East and the Moselle to the South. This is why visitors can relax in the country, but also visit the vivid towns along the rivers Rhine and Moselle that are well-known for their wine-growing culture.