Cochem-Zell District — Moselle Valley And Vineyards

In the central region of Rhineland-Palatiante and in the fertile Moselle valley sits the Cochem-Zell District. Bordered in the north by the Eifel mountains and to the south by the towering Hunsrück mountains, this valley houses miles of vineyards clinging to the steep river banks, and protected by huge hill-top castles.

Cochem-Zell District Map

Map of the Cochem-Zell District

Towns & Villages in the Cochem-Zell District

  • Alf
  • Alflen
  • Altlay
  • Altstrimmig
  • Auderath
  • Bad Bertrich
  • Beilstein (Mosel)
  • Beuren (Eifel)
  • Binningen
  • Blankenrath
  • Brachtendorf
  • Bremm
  • Briedel
  • Brieden
  • Briedern
  • Brohl (Mayen)
  • Bruttig-Fankel
  • Büchel (Cochem)
  • Bullay
  • Cochem
  • Dohr
  • Dünfus
  • Düngenheim
  • Ediger-Eller
  • Ellenz-Poltersdorf
  • Eppenberg
  • Ernst
  • Eulgem
  • Faid
  • Filz
  • Forst (Hunsrück)
  • Forst (Eifel)
  • Gamlen
  • Gevenich
  • Gillenbeuren
  • Greimersburg
  • Grenderich
  • Hambuch
  • Haserich
  • Hauroth
  • Hesweiler
  • Illerich
  • Kaifenheim
  • Kail
  • Kaisersesch
  • Kalenborn (Kais.)
  • Kliding
  • Klotten
  • Lahr (Hunsrück)
  • Landkern
  • Laubach (Eifel)
  • Leienkaul
  • Lieg
  • Liesenich
  • Lütz
  • Lutzenrath
  • Masburg
  • Mesenich
  • Mittelstrimmig
  • Möntenich
  • Moritzheim
  • Mörsdorf (Hunsr.)
  • Moselkern
  • Müden (Mosel)
  • Müllenbach (Mayen)
  • Neef
  • Nehren (Mosel)
  • Panzweiler
  • Peterswald-Löffelsch.
  • Pommern
  • Pünderich
  • Reidenhausen
  • Roes
  • Sankt Aldegund
  • Schauren (Blank.)
  • Schmitt
  • Senheim
  • Sosberg
  • Tellig
  • Treis-Karden
  • Ulmen
  • Urmersbach
  • Urschmitt
  • Valwig
  • Wagenhausen
  • Walhausen
  • Weiler (Gevenich)
  • Wirfus
  • Wollmerath
  • Zell (Mosel)
  • Zettingen
  • Zilshausen
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The capital of Cochem is picture postcard perfect. Sitting on the wide sweeping arm of the Moselle, surrounded by fields of grapes and watched over by the Reichsburg castle—a turreted fairy-tale chateau fit for a princess!

Zell, the other half of the Cochem-Zell District, is famous for its Riesling wines from this region of Germany. And the vineyards really do appear endless as you slowly float downstream on your gentle cruise. This scenic location also offers rolling hills and patches of wild forest to enhance the landscape.

Slightly more adventurous — and quite strange — are the crater lakes (Maar) of Ulmen. These volcanic landscapes are common in the Eifel region, and the youngest lake supplies the whole town with its drinking water.

 

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