Müllheim is located in the beautiful hilly landscape of the southern Black Forest right in the mystique Margraves’ Land. It presents itself as an urban resort and has been described by poets and writers as having “southern flair.”
Its economy is fueled by glass and metalworking. But, there are plenty of opportunities for rest, relaxation, and enjoyment.
The entire district where Müllheim is located is filled with small dreamy wine villages, narrow streets, quiet corners, and prosperous gardens. Take your time and enjoy your leisurely experience as you taste delicious wine in the beloved Winzerkeller.
Take a calming stroll through the colorful landscape and experience the richness of nature. Everywhere you go, you are sure to be met with a smile and a friendly handshake by the nice people who make this town what it is.
A traveler’s favorite in Müllheim is Martin’s Church. It’s a great representation of the beautiful old town. You can also take a visit to the historical Market Square, which is the scene of many summer and wine festivals as well as open air concerts.
Another attraction you should see is the remnants of a medieval castle, Burgruine Neuenfels. Located at a height of 595 meters, the ruins offer an excellent view over Eichwald, the Rhine Valley, and the surrounding vineyards.
The city also has many charming inner courtyards and large farms. There are several major wineries with deep, heavy cellars, where the superb wines of the Markgräflerland lie. Inside the city, you will be able to discover old mills that have been restored and are still operational.