Experience moor with all senses - with this slogan we invite our guests to enjoy an interesting exploration between the HEIDE SPA and the mill. One can read all about the formation, degradation and processing of moor. The garden is ope between May 1st and Oktober 1st.
The monument was inaugurated in 1887 and still reminds the visitor about the founders of the park. In the year 1849 only the western side of the park was designed. The planning and realization of the eastern side was done later.This part of the park served the hussars as a riding arena and was designed after scenic design principles, very different than the western side.
Since 2018, the spa park has another attraction: a 9-hole SupaGolf course. What is SupaGolf? It is based on traditional golf and is a unique experience full of excitement and fun. The SupaGolf ball is larger than the traditional golf ball and consists of a kind of foam. The balls have different colors and are easily recognizable for each player. In the SupaGolf trolley you can take the equipment comfortably from train to train. SupaGolf is suitable for all ages and does not require any knowledge. The equipment is available in the Fitnesscenter of the HEIDE SPA.
Museum village Dübener Heide
Quite near the HEIDE SPA you can find the well preserved mill. This historic water mill was mentioned first around 1500. The mill was in use for 450 years until it was closed down in 1948.
The Mill Garden, the model of a historical oven, the farm garden and the barn with threshing machine – all this can be discovered here. The museum village is open every weekend and offers cultural highlights throughout the year.
Moor spa Bad Düben
The lovely village has its own charm. The historic city center with the narrow town houses, the bustle on the market days, the 1000-year-old castle with the landscape museum Dübener Heide or the majesty of the magnificent trees in the park are just some holiday memories that you should not forget.
Cities & Culture
The symbol of the city on the Elbe is probably the castle Hartenfels built in the 15th and 16th centuries. It once was the seat of power of the Saxon Electors. Who strolls through Torgaus alleys can discover more than 500 single monuments of late Gothic and Renaissance time.
Leipzig has many faces. Art, culture and science are settled in Leipzig. Great composers like Bach, Mendelsohn-Bartholdy and Schumann left their marks here. The Thomaner Choir and the Gewandhaus also have a long tradition. Lovingly restored town houses, inviting cafes and restaurants, magnificent passages and last but not least the shopping world in Leipzig's central station characterize the flair of the city.
Ferropolis - City of iron
The region around Bitterfeld and Gräfenhainichen, once characterized by brown coal mining, has transformed into a recreational landscape of a special kind. The flooding of the former opencast mines creates a lake landscape, ideal for tourism and water sports.
Luther town Wittenberg
On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther proposed his 95 theses "Rejection of Abuse and Abandoning Trade" to the portal of the church – a great moment in history.
Visitors encounter this eventful history as they walk through the old town at every turn.
A picturesque old town, beautiful gardens, exceptional shopping - this is Delitzsch! The city is known for its baroque castle and the chocolate made here.
Nature park Dübener Heide
... quiet landscape, mostly untouched nature and lonely paths. They give the Dübener Heide Nature Park its unmistakable character. Covering an area of 2000 square kilometers, the Dübener Heide is the largest contiguous forest area in the central European lowlands.
The Wörlitzer Park is considered not only as one of the largest and most beautiful, but also one of the oldest and most important landscape parks in continental Europe. Constantly changing garden pictures, castles, canals with bridges, sculptures and lakes always provide a surprise.
Coal mining has shaped the 60 km² area of the Landscape Park Goitzsche for almost 100 years. In 1999, the flooding of the opencast mining pit began. Today, the resulting water landscape is a habitat for a variety of animal species.
AKTIV & SPORT
Hike in the Nature park Dübener Heide
Bike in the Nature park Dübener Heide
Water sports on lake Goitzsche2WATER Wassersportzentrum am Goitzschesee
Water sports on Schladitzer lakeCAMP DAVID Sport Resort by ALL-on-SEA
High ropes courseRubiconpark Dübener Heide
SkydivingFallschirmsportverein Eilenburg e.V.