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Hotel Gasthof zum Hirsch
Landferien und Bauernhofurlaub
The town of Hayingen is located in the Reutlingen district of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is home to 2200 people and covers an area of 63.37 km². Most of Hayingen is part of the Swabian Alb Biosphere area and is a renowned health resort. Both, tourists and locals alike enjoy the region’s landscape as well as its proximity to Stuttgart and Ulm. The neighbouring town of Münsingen is the most sustainable tourist destination in Germany.
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Swabian Alb and Große Lautertal together form a so-called biosphere area. Due to scenic characteristics and innovative projects in agriculture, forestry, tourism and environment, this region is one-of-a-kind in Germany. The offer in the winter includes x-country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, ice skating and skijöring. Engstingen is 25km away and features a ski lift with a 550m ski trail. After a day of exciting outdoor activities relax with one of the treatment- and wellness offers of Panorama Therme Beuren. Many of the region’s hotels feature sauna and wellness areas. Swabian Alb is the ideal place to combine recreation and activity. The offer of the hotels is tailored to the needs of the guests.
Every year on May 1st the international Vintage Car and Steam Engine Festival with more than 600 exhibitors take place. The numerous castles and castle ruins around the town of Hayingen are definitely worth visiting. Many hiking trails start at Offenhausen and Lauterach and lead to about 20 castle buildings. The whole family will enjoy a trip to Derneck Castle, dating from the 14th century, or Buttenhausen Palace. The neighbouring town of Münsingen organises an Old Town festival each summer. Enjoy the historic buildings and take part in the fun at the Market Place. On Sundays and holidays from May to October the traditional Swabian Alb train takes you to Ulm and back. The 72-hectare Alb estate of Altes Lager sits in the centre of Swabian Alb and was established by King William II. This listed site, including a huge park and buildings, has been restored and can be visited. Hayingen has an airfield for gliders and gyrocopters.