Mainz-Bingen District — A Famous Wine Growing Heaven!

Hugging the river Rhine on its west bank, is the fertile and beautiful Mainz-Bingen District. On the opposite bank to the Taunus mountains and the famous wine country of Rhenish Hesse, this region also produces some premium wines of its own.

Mainz-Bingen District Map

Map of the Mainz-Bingen District

Towns & Villages in the Mainz-Bingen District

  • Appenheim
  • Aspisheim
  • Bacharach
  • Badenheim
  • Bingen am Rhein
  • Bodenheim
  • Breitscheid (Hunsrück)
  • Bubenheim (Rheinh.)
  • Budenheim
  • Dalheim
  • Dexheim
  • Dienheim
  • Dolgesheim
  • Dorn-Dürkheim
  • Eimsheim
  • Engelstadt
  • Essenheim
  • Friesenheim (Rheinh.)
  • Gau-Algesheim
  • Gau-Bischofsheim
  • Gensingen
  • Grolsheim
  • Guntersblum
  • Hahnheim
  • Harxheim
  • Heidesheim am Rhein
  • Hillesheim (Rheinh.)
  • Horrweiler
  • Ingelheim am Rhein
  • Jugenheim (Rheinh.)
  • Klein-Winternheim
  • Köngernheim
  • Lörzweiler
  • Ludwigshöhe
  • Manubach
  • Mommenheim
  • Münster-Sarmsheim
  • Nackenheim
  • Niederheimbach
  • Nieder-Hilbersheim
  • Nieder-Olm
  • Nierstein
  • Oberdiebach
  • Oberheimbach
  • Ober-Hilbersheim
  • Ober-Olm
  • Ockenheim
  • Oppenheim
  • Sankt Johann (Rh.)
  • Schwabenheim a.d. Selz
  • Selzen
  • Sörgenloch
  • Sprendlingen
  • Stadecken-Elsheim
  • Trechtingshausen
  • Uelversheim
  • Undenheim
  • Wackernheim
  • Waldalgesheim
  • Weiler (Bingen)
  • Weinolsheim
  • Welgesheim
  • Wintersheim
  • Wolfsheim
  • Zornheim
  • Zotzenheim

The very north of the district past Bingen am Rhein, opens up on to the romantic Rhine. Castles and brightly colored medieval villages line the river and peak out from every corner. It takes you back in time as you curve your way towards Koblenz watching the fairy tale castles pass by.

The capital Ingelheim am Rhein, is famous for its fruit growing — with huge crops of apples and strawberries, along with regular cherry and plum markets throughout the season. But the whole riverside is saved for vineyards — some being almost vertical up the steep gorges — as well as many extending into the Hunsrück mountains.

This means lots of places for tasting!

For something completely different in the Mainz-Bingen District… why not take a trip to Oppenheim? Here you will find one of the largest underground medieval labyrinths in the world — and it’s open for visitors! Anyone? :-)

 

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