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The Wern cycle path is a real insider tip for nature lovers.

On 78 kilometres it leads from the mouth of the Wern into the Main near Gemünden/Wernfeld to the source in the Upper Werntal.

The cycle path is ideal for families and leisure cyclists, as the route has virtually no gradients.

It runs predominantly on specially designated farm and cycle paths.

The Wern Cycle Path is a good alternative to the Main Cycle Path for "hurried cyclists" - because it shortens the open arc of the Main between Bergrheinfeld near Schweinfurt and Wernfeld/Village of Gemünden to a third of the distance along the Main.

Of course, the Main Cycle Path and the Wern Cycle Path can be perfectly combined.

About 140 kilometres around the Maindreieck are connected by another 50 kilometres of the Wern-Radweg to form an eventful 200 kilometre round tour.

Remarkable are the traditional wine villages in the Werntal, whose viticulture is partly mentioned in documents already in the 8th century, like Gössenheim, Eußenheim, Stetten or Müdesheim.

Historical buildings, such as the church castle in Aschfeld and the ruins of Homburg near Gössenheim, bear witness to an eventful history in the Werntal valley.

Thus, lovingly small museums with exhibits on the most diverse activities of village life were set up in the gaden of the fortified church.

The ruin Homburg, after the Heidelberg Castle the second largest in Germany, towers over the Werntal near Gössenheim.

It is nestled in a nature reserve that is home to special features ranging from Mediterranean dry grasslands to warm-loving woodland and plant species such as orchids and kitchen bells.

One of the most romantic wine festivals in the Franconian wine country, the traditional castle wine festival, always takes place around 15 August in the historical castle courtyard of Homburg.

On the last Sunday in April the "Radlspaß im Werntal" takes place every year.

The eventful route along the Wern river welcomes cyclists with special culinary and cultural offers.

Our proposal takes you from the mouth of the Main to Arnstein, with its stepped old town.

Further information on the Wern cycle path: Das Wern - Radweg service booklet, accommodation, service, addresses www.wernradweg.And here a visit is worthwhile: Wernfeld: (OT of Gemünden), estuary of the Wern into the Main, branch of the Wern cycle path from the Main cycle path, presumably 600 - 700, first mentioned in 1158, old inn "Hoffmann" 1723 - 1725 built by the customs officer Holzmann vom Zwing in the style of Balthasar Neumann, old church Wernfeld: desecrated after more than 500 years of church use; today serves as an event and exhibition space for the local associations Saxonyheim: (OT of Gössenheim), name refers to settlement by Saxony under Charlemagne in the year 798, catholic church of the same name.

Church of St.

Hubertus with handcrafted rococo altars, former courthouse, Brunnengasse 2, built 1732 by Amtskeller Mohr, stately house with wide staircase and stone railings, thick walls and barred windows, round-arched courtyard gate with sandstone figure of St.

Maria and inscription: "A.

Mohr Cellar "Gössenheim: Weinort an der Wern (location "Homburg"), first mentioned in 779, until 1819 a fortified village, the centre of which was surrounded by the ring wall, still partly preserved today, and secured to the east, north and west, castle ruin Homburg , built from 1018 - 1031 to the extent known today, fire in the manor house of the main castle in 1680, then gradual decay of the buildingsAschfeld: (OT von Eußenheim), built around 700, on a formerly important trade route (so-called "Homburg").

Heerstraße) between Würzburg and Fulda, rest stop for princes and kings, detour approx.

1 km to the historic fortified church Aschfeld, with its gaden and vaulted cellars, since 1992 the community has equipped almost all the gaden and cellars of the fortified church as "small museums" with historical objects of rural everyday life, parish church St.

Bonifatius in the fortified church, built from 1679 - 1681, baroque hexagonal pulpit with St.

Boniface's church, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.

Boniface, the church of St.


Bonifatius, baptismal font from 1591, organ from SchlimbachEußenheim: wine village in the Werntal valley (location "First"), wine and health trail "Zum Wohl" with information boards on the connection between wine enjoyment and health, reed chapel on the cycle and hiking trail to Gössenheim, until 1900 destination of an Eußenheim field procession, lake landscape, landscape lake with approx.

1.5 hectares, in the middle of the village area of EußenheimStetten: (OT of Karlstadt), first mentioned in a document in 788, viticulture, the first cultivation of vines in the Rosstal valley as early as 816 (vineyard "Stein"), is one of the oldest settlement sites in the Werntal valley, herb garden on the Wern cycle path, barefoot path on the Werntal cycle path in SchulgartenThüngen: First mentioned in documents in 788, historically closely connected with the barons of Thüngen, (ancestral seat of the barons of Thüngen in 1564); castle complex -consisting of the castle castle, hospital castle and castle of Burgsin-, surrounded by a moat in which there was never water; former access through a drawbridge, now a solid stone bridge with three arches; residence of the Hanskarl von Thüngen and Eric von Thüngen families, common ancestor of both families is Karl VI.

(1776 - 1841), Zentrum für gute BraugersteBinsfeld: (OT von Arnstein), former winegrower village, first documented in 778, in the Middle Ages seat of an office and a moated castle, multigenerational house, Untere Dorfstraße 20, central meeting place for the coexistence of the generationsHalsheim: (OT von Arnstein), oldest wine village in Main-Spessart (document from the 28th century).12.770); rectangular village complex with village streets crossing at right angles speak for a planned foundation, catholic church St.

Sebastian, classicistic building from 1811, tower substructure 1611, partly redesigned in 1885, furnishings classicisticMüdesheim: (OT von Arnstein), Radegundis chapel between Müdesheim and Reuchelheim in the forest, construction period unknown, first mentioned in writing in 1595, altar and altarpiece of St.

Radegundis from around 1700Reuchelheim: (OT von Arnstein), first mentioned in documents in 907, Kath.

Church St.

John Baptista from the time of the high rococo with ceiling fresco, decorated by Joh.

Peter Herrlein; the church built in 1750 is one of the most beautiful examples of rococo architecture in the WerntalArnstein: typical Franconian town in the middle of the romantic Werntal, rose garden, built in 1996 on an area of 200 sqm, on a slope, with view over the roofs of the old town, former Würzburg official palace, Maria Sondheim - late Gothic pilgrimage church (cultural-historical treasure, picture of grace from the 13th century), impressive ceiling painting, tomb of the von Hutten family), town church, built 1722 - 1731, classicist interior from the late 18th century.

1904 - 1912 completed, natural bathing lake, created in the course of the small garden show 1997, with sunbathing lawn, playground and kiosk