Winter paradise Allgäu
Exciting leisure activities around Kempten
Winter in Germany’s oldest city in the south of the country promises a special kind of family holiday: the JUFA Familienresort Kempten im Allgäu***s in Bavaria offers winter sports enthusiasts, wellness fans and sightseeing fans everything they could wish for.
Ski area Oberjoch
The Oberjoch ski area offers both beginners and advanced skiers the perfect skiing fun on over 30 kilometres of pistes. All pistes are interconnected and thanks to floodlights, you can enjoy the fun until late at night.
Ski area Ofterschwang
The wide range of gondolas, chairlifts and T-bar lifts make the 18 kilometres of pistes the perfect winter experience for families. The modern snowmaking system ensures top snow conditions in the ski area whatever the weather.
Ski area Eschach
For the ski and snowboard stars of the future, a great career could begin in the Eschach ski area, where youngsters are introduced to the world of winter sports by professional instructors. If required, equipment and toboggans can be borrowed from the hire shop.
Today, Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most visited castles in Europe. The shy King Ludwig II built the castle to withdraw from the public eye.
The DAV Swoboda Alpin climbing hall offers climbing and bouldering fun at a high level and 2,100 m² of climbing area. Admission to the climbing hall is free per overnight stay at the JUFA Hotel from 11:00 – 14:00 and at weekends from 9:00 – 12:00.
Guided tour of Kempten
A city tour through Kempten is an absolute highlight in the Allgäu metropolis. Explore one of the oldest cities in Germany and get to know the Roman city of Kempten on a city tour. The themed city tours in particular, such as “Mystical Kempten”, a crime city tour or a children’s city tour, show the city in a different light.
Ice Age Safari Kempten: The exhibition that leaves no one cold
Experience one of the most impressive exhibitions this year and immerse yourself in a time 10,000 years ago, the Ice Age in the Allgäu. Marvel at Ice Age animals in original size, skeletons from the Ice Age and impressive Ice Age finds and artefacts.
And it’s not just the flora and fauna of the Ice Age that you will learn about, but also the life of the people in the Allgäu.
Alpsee mountain world
A trip to the Allgäu Alps is always worthwhile, especially when fun and action take centre stage. Germany’s longest year-round toboggan run has something for young and old alike. Not only that, but also the adventure alp and the high ropes course promise a mountain experience at the highest level. A hike or a cosy stop for refreshments rounds off the day in the mountains.
Cambodunum Archaeological Park
Discover the oldest city in Germany in a museum park: in the Cambodunum Archaeological Park.
Immerse yourself in the world of the Romans. The temple district and the Forum Basilica are still recognisable even after more than 2000 years.