The largest forested region in the area is immediately adjacent to the Stockfeld "Holiday Village". The Linzgau marine park has plenty of fun for the whole family including Germany's craziest adventure golf course, playgrounds, water park, swimming beach and is only a few minutes from the town of Pfullendorf. The friendly community of Herdwangen-Schönach is situated in the beautiful hinterland of Lake Constance, in the Upper Linzgau area between Pfullendorf and Bodman-Ludwigshafen. Several towns and tranquil villages with a total of 3,100 inhabitants surround this Baden-Württemberg town area, which is in the vicinity of the majestic Lake Constance and the Upper Danube Nature Park. Herdwangen-Schönach an idyllic holiday destination tucked in the hills of the border triangle between Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Cozy carriage rides as well as relaxing walks, rollerblading, horseback riding, tennis, forest walks and a variety of tours await you in this delightful part of Germany.
Attractive and well-maintained hiking and bike trails crisscross the quaint municipality of Herdwangen-Schönach. Short walks of around 3 kilometers are on your doorstep as well as more challenging stretches of about 15 kilometers – offering something for everyone here. From spring to late autumn enthusiasts can participate in scenic hikes on a weekly basis that encompass this marvelous and beautiful landscape. A popular hiking destination is, for example, the Chapel of St. Wendelin on the Ramsberg. Cyclists can equally enjoy the lovely nature along the diversified, pedestrian routes around Herdwangen-Schönach.
In addition, the Upper Linzgau region around Herdwangen-Schönach is home to many buildings worth seeing. Besides the pretty town-hall at Herdwangen, with his historical mural and decorative shutters, there are many churches and chapels which add to the attractions of this Linzgau region. Examples of interesting church architecture can be observed at the parish church of St. Peter and Paul in Herdwangen, or the chapel in Ebratsweiler or the Church of Aftholderberg, which sits on a watershed and explains why the Rhine and Danube rivers are fed by rain water from the church roof!
Culture lovers can also meet at the Kleinschönach Kunsthalle (art hall). Alternating exhibitions by various artists are presented at this studio for the Herdwangen-Schönach community and offer painting classes, lectures and other cultural events.
Culture vultures can also discover many other attractions around the Herdwangen-Schönach area, and the same applies to sporting vacationers. This lightly populated area near Lake Constance can be regarded as the play area for young and the not-so-young with its many attractions that include magnificent castles and mighty fortresses, fascinating museums and galleries, several spas, a wide range of water sports, indoor & outdoor play areas and a whole host of other leisure activities.