Where culinary delights are at home
Around 2,000 km of cycle tracks lead through gently rolling hills, past rivers and lakes. Depending on your fitness level, you choose the tour that is right for you. You will always have the alpine panorama in your sights during your tour. In the south of Bavaria, between Munich and Salzburg, you can also look forward to many culinary delights. No fewer than five towns and villages in the Chiemsee-Alpenland holiday region received accolades in the “100 Places of Culinary Delights in Bavaria” competition. The orchard meadows invite to immerse yourself in a blossoming sea of colours, especially in spring, and provide plenty of culinary delights in autumn.
For example, many of the distilleries that turn the regional fruit into high-proof drinks are located in Bad Feilnbach – also known as the “Bavarian Merano”. Numerous beer gardens and traditional inns along the cycle tracks invite you to enjoy refreshment in between. For motorised support on your tour, you will find many e-bike charging stations in the region. Renting an e-bike or trekking bike is no problem. Rental bikes can be booked directly on site.
Free range eggs, handmade spelt pasta, homemade cheese, honey as well as seasonal products such as apples and homemade spreads characterise Maria Riepertinger’s Wastlhof farm. Best of all, the farm is located on the “Direct Marketers Bike Route in Prien”.
Wastlhof – Maria Riepertinger
Impressions of Chiemsee-Alpenland
Accommodations in the area
The ideal accommodation is where you feel comfortable.
It serves to retreat, to relax, to switch off.
It is an essential part of a perfect cycling holiday.
Choose one that suits you.