• Swabian Alb Biosphere Reserve

  • Around Seissen

  • Walk in the forest

Surroundings & Recreation

Blaubeuren and Seissen are the ideal starting point for hikes to get to know the charming landscape in the near and far surroundings. Discover parts of the Swabian Alb biosphere area by bike or explore one of the many caves in the vicinity, e.g. the Laichinger Tiefenhöhle or the Schertelshöhle near Westerheim.


The Blautopf in Blaubeuren captivates with its unique play of colours and is one of the deepest and most beautiful karst springs in the Swabian Alb. In the immediate vicinity is the Blaubeuren Monastery, founded in 1085, with its important high altar and choir stalls. The approx. 40,000-year-old figure of the "Venus of the Hohle Fels", carved from mammoth ivory, is exhibited in the Blaubeuren Museum of Prehistory.


Discover the city of Ulm on the Danube with the Ulm Minster with the highest church tower in the world, the fishermen's and tanners' quarter, the leaning house, the federal fortress or the Wiblingen monastery. These are just a few of the sights that await you in Ulm.


The Swabian Alb also has a lot to offer for holidays with children, such as the Laichingen Climbing Forest, Legoland Günzburg, Laichingen Deep Cave, canoeing in the Lauter Valley, Owen & Holzmaden Slate Quarry, Wilhelma Stuttgart, etc.


There are many more interesting destinations for a relaxing and eventful holiday. We have put together a few for you below:


FeWo Reimann Seissen
Dr. Erhard Reimann
Flurstr. 8
89143 Blaubeuren Seissen

Telefon: +49 (0)7344 921104
Mobil: +49 (0)176 45881677
Email: info@fewo-seissen.de

FeWo Reimann Steigziegelhütte
Ferienwohnung Reimann GbR
Am Fischer 4
89143 Blaubeuren Steigziegelhütte

Telefon: +49 (0)7344 921104
Mobil: +49 (0)176 45881677
Email: info@fewo-seissen.de