Don’t worry about it being crowded; there are more than 400 campsites along a manmade Mainparksee. Camping’s not the only thing to do along the Mainparksee, there are two beaches to frolic around on. Or, find yourself a quiet walking path to enjoy the local flora & fauna.
Why did I jump right on the Mainparksee? You see, sightseeing is limited here in Mainaschaff; but this is Bavaria — it won’t be too hard to find something to peak your interest.
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For a cultural look at Mainaschaff, there’s the Puppenschiff Puppet Theater in town. OK, that might not be up your alley, but the kids will have a blast. Many musical concerts are also held at the theater, if that’s more to your liking.
The historical side of Mainaschaff is seen at Chapel Hill, a holy site since the 14th century. A statue of Mary has brought pious pilgrims for more than a century; and the site of many religious processions. It’s surrounded by vineyards, so the surrounding scenery is beautiful; divine even. ;-)
Another religious site in Mainaschaff is right next to the Rathaus. It’s a cross shrine that dates back to the late 17th century — but, I will tell you that this one is a replica. Still, you get the point, it’s a tradition nonetheless to stop & see it.
I’ll take the vineyards in this part of Lower Franconia, it too is heavenly. Viticulture goes back to the 13th century around these parts, so after seven hundred years, you know you’re getting some pretty good stuff.
Check out the caves, once used as a beer cellar (and cooled with ice long before refrigeration); and is now part grotto dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
All right, so what if Mainaschaff doesn’t have too much sightseeing? This place is perfect just the way it is.