Mayen-Koblenz District — Where Moselle Meets Rhine

Encircling most of the city of Koblenz, the Mayen-Koblenz District sits in northern Rhineland-Palatinate. With the Eifel mountains to the west and the Westerwald to the east, the area is crossed by the Rhine and the Moselle as they join together and head towards Bonn.

Mayen-Koblenz District Map

Map of the Mayen-Koblenz District

Towns & Villages in the Mayen-Koblenz District

  • Acht
  • Alken
  • Andernach
  • Anschau
  • Arft
  • Baar
  • Bassenheim
  • Bell
  • Bendorf
  • Bermel
  • Boos (Eifel)
  • Brey
  • Brodenbach
  • Burgen (Mosel)
  • Dieblich
  • Ditscheid
  • Einig
  • Ettringen (Eifel)
  • Gappenach
  • Gering
  • Gierschnach
  • Hatzenport
  • Hausten
  • Herresbach
  • Hirten
  • Kalt
  • Kaltenengers
  • Kehrig
  • Kerben
  • Kettig
  • Kirchwald
  • Kobern-Gondorf
  • Kollig
  • Kottenheim
  • Kretz
  • Kruft
  • Langenfeld (Eifel)
  • Langscheid
  • Lehmen
  • Lind (Mayen)
  • Löf
  • Lonnig
  • Luxem
  • Macken
  • Mayen
  • Mendig
  • Mertloch
  • Monreal
  • Mülheim-Kärlich
  • Münk
  • Münstermaifeld
  • Nachtsheim
  • Naunheim
  • Nickenich
  • Niederfell
  • Niederwerth
  • Nörtershausen
  • Oberfell
  • Ochtendung
  • Pillig
  • Plaidt
  • Polch
  • Reudelsterz
  • Rhens
  • Rieden (Eifel)
  • Rüber
  • Saffig
  • Sankt Johann (May.)
  • Sankt Sebastian
  • Siebenbach
  • Spay
  • Thür
  • Trimbs
  • Urbar (Koblenz)
  • Urmitz
  • Vallendar
  • Virneburg
  • Volkesfeld
  • Waldesch
  • Weiler (Mayen)
  • Weißenthurm
  • Weitersburg
  • Welling
  • Welschenbach
  • Wierschem
  • Winningen (Mosel)
  • Wolken

Passing through Mayen — the gateway to the Eifel — you come across the volcanic rocks and lakes of this region. There is the huge Laacher See — which oddly translates to Laach Lake — filled with watersports, and many smaller lakes, some of which still bubble with volcanic activity! Visit the Volcanic Information Station to find out more!

The whole region is very woody, but there are many agricultural areas with great village locations. And with three great nature parks in the Mayen-Koblenz District, there is plenty to do away from the rivers.

Having been inhabited since before Roman times, there are plenty of castles and ruins around every corner — one of which is Schloss Bürresheim which was used in an Indiana Jones movie.

 

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