The Ebersberg District offers a massive wooded area east of Munich, providing residents a ready escape from urban stress. Three separate forests — the Anzinger, the Ebersberger and the Eglhartinger — occupy up to 80 square kilometers of unincorporated land that define this much-valued holiday destination.
Ebersberg District Map
Towns & Villages in the Ebersberg District
Among the many recreational activities available to you here are hiking, cycling and swimming, tennis, sailing and cross-country skiing. In the town of Egmating you will find a challenging golf course, and in Poing there is a Wild Park, where uncaged animals roam at will, including the region’s best known local creature, the wild boar.
The district’s two largest towns are Ebersberg and Grafing. The former is the district seat, where you can enjoy your leisure at Egglburg Lake or appreciate numerous architectural sights. The latter features many beautiful churches and emphasizes both team and individual sports, such as ice hockey, volleyball and soccer, judo and speed skating.
Don’t miss the small town of Markt Schwaben, noted for open-air theater events, as well as the dialogues of its Swabian Sunday Meetings and its biennial Brewery Festival.
In Gloon, you will come across a health spa, Zinneberg Castle and winter ski lifts. And when you reach Moosach, look for its noteworthy Maria Altenburg Monastery, situated on a mountain top overlooking the town.