Located so picturesquely on the rolling foothills of the Lausitzer Bergland, the village Weinböhla is only ten kilometres away from the district city Meißen. The village’s popular viewpoints Wartturm, Fuchsberg, König-Albert-Turm and Friedensturm afford a fantastic panoramic view on the Elbe valley and its surrounding area. Weinböhla and Saxony’s capital Dresden are only separated by the charming slopes of Radebeul’s vineyards the Lössnitzweinberge, the distance between the two places being only 20 kilometres. The mountains Sächsische Schweiz in the south-east and the Osterzgebirge in the south-west are excellent destinations for a day trip.
The fresh air, the peace and quiet of village life and the nearby forest Friedewald, as well as the breathtaking atmosphere in springtime, when the trees are in full blossom, all have a positive effect on your well-being, as they contribute to a relaxed state of mind. Weinböhla also offers opportunities for a wide field of activities for hikers, cyclists and horse riders.
Amidst the cultural landscape of the upper Elbe valley, with Dresden, Meißen and Moritzburg only a few kilometres away, art enthusiasts will also have the chance to enjoy themselves.
Hotels, holiday flats, guest houses and traditional, as well as modern, restaurants invite their guests to stay in the village. As a result, Weinböhla, which was first mentioned in official documents 650 years ago, has become an attractive place to live and for recreation.