Germany, Rhineland Palatinate, Bleialf
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Alan Rogers Review of Camping Bleialf
Camping Bleialf is a peaceful and pretty site on the outskirts of the Eifel National Park is lined with shrubs and trees for plenty of shade. A 20-minute drive to Prüm town and a five-minute walk to Bleialf This is a fine place to use as a base for days spent wandering through German beech forests or at the lush Belgian Ardennes (40 minutes’ drive). Popular places to visit nearby include the marked trails at Black Man, one of the most famed destinations in the Eifel, a 10-minute drive away; alternatively, head off on hikes 20 minutes away in the Alfbach forest. If you’re after children -friendly cycling tours, reasonably flat bike paths run past disused railway lines and rivers in the local area as well. Young people will have lots on site as well –with an outdoor play area, table tennis and relaxation areas. It’s a five-minute walk to the centre of Bleialf for amenities including car and bike rental, supermarkets, butchers, bakeries and pastry shops. The site has 30 grass/gravel touring pitches. There are also a number of seasonal pitches.
Activities in the Rhineland are varied, with everything from zoos and old battle sites to ice caves and Benedictine abbeys to explore. Get over to the Eifel Zoo for animals galore or head to Saint Vith to see the famed site of a Belgian skirmish (both 20 minutes’ drive). The caves in Birresborn (40 minutes), on the other hand, are spots to seek out for adventures the woods – bring a torch to help you creep through the subterranean passageways. If you’ve hopes of sampling some excellent German booze, sign up for a brewery tour in Bitburg (40 minutes). Finally, you might like to amble around Aachen (an hour and 20 minutes) for a look at the 800 AD cathedral and the medieval shrine of Charlemagne.
Facilities at Camping Bleialf
The toilet block has washbasins, showers, and wc’s. Accessible facilities. Dishwashing area. Indoor swimming pool and children’s pool. Water slide. Children’s play area. Games room. Dogs allowed. BBQ’s allowed. Bar, Shop and Restaurant nearby.
Directions to Camping Bleialf
From the A60/E4 take the exit towards Bleialf/Pronsfeld/Arzfeld/Neuerburg. Turn right onto L1. Continue onto Im Langenfeld L1. Continue onto L1. L1 turns right and becomes Bahnhofstraße L1. At Bleialf turn right onto Brandscheider Weg. At crossroads turn left onto Im Brühl. The site is on the right off this road.
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