Vacation in lower saxony
From the North Sea to Lüneburg Heath to the Harz Mountains...
... barely any other German region has such a wide variety of nature as Lower Saxony in Northern Germany. This second largest federal state with its different holiday destinations has a lot to offer. The various nature parks, national parks and biosphere reserves allow for a relaxing break in the countryside, as well as lots of adventure and activities.
Choose from our GreenLine hotels in Lower Saxony:
Many cute fishing villages and seaside towns are spread along the North Sea coast like a string of colored beads. Discover these villages built on artificial mounds, houses enclosed by dykes, idyllic museums, tea houses and ancient castles and enjoy the Frisian culture and traditions. The Wadden Sea features over 10,000 different plant and animal species and is the ideal place for long walks along the beaches. Here the charming little harbors provide fascinating views of brightly coloured fishing boats. Only 20 km far from the North Sea the GreenLine hotel im Schützenhof in Jever awaits its guests with a special Frisian charm. The hotel is equipped with modern facilities and is famous for its fantastic cuisine. It also features a spa area with swimming pool and sauna.
Experience the holiday region Altes Land at the river Elbe, which offers a great choice of art, culture, traditions and events. Explore the impressive museums and the treasures of the Organ Landscape. Get fascinated by the countryside, the blossoming trees, the orchard stalls and farm shops. Also the unique timber frame construction buildings are worth seeing. The region with more than 1.000 km of sign-posted cycle routes is a paradise for leisure cyclists. In the evenings guests can relax at the GreenLine hotel Holst in Sieversen/Rosengarten. From here the exciting metropolis Hamburg only a stone's throw away. With its maritime charm, it is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany and offers its visitors city life pure and unique experiences in shopping, culture and history.
The Lüneburg Heath Nature Park is a unique, one thousand year old landscape and it protects the largest single area of heathland in Central Europe. In August and September the purple heather is in full bloom, however this peaceful, open landscape can be enjoyed throughout the year. There are ancient woods and striking trees, mysterious moors and bubbling springs, and heathland streams and gullies. Whether on foot, by bike, on horseback or traditional horse-drawn carriage, there are many ways to explore the unique reserve. Take a time out with wellness treatments at the GreenLine hotel Ascona. At the health resort Bad Bevensen there is also a huge Iodine-Saline Spa and a spacious spa park to relax and recover.