Sinntal’s signature landmark, the Schwarzenfels Castle, will primarily dictate what visitors do first thing after getting here. This compelling structure entices visitors to come have a look mainly due to its unusual exterior which is made of dolerite which grants it its unique shades. Though in a state of ruin, it does have plenty to offer in terms of attractions.
The main highlights of this trip would be the Uhrturm (Clock Tower) and the awesome gate and welcoming fountain. The medieval courtyard is also a great place to linger if you’d like to absorb some of that ambience.
Sinntal has another castle in the vicinity if you’d like more historical monuments on your to do list. The one’s the Huttenburg Altengronau, a Renaissance classic dating back to the 16th century.
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The Surge Altengronau also comes under the same category but in a state of ruin all except for the powder house and stair tower along with a timber frame structure that consists of warehouses and stables.
The Jossa Railway Viaduct is another attractive sight to cherish.
Sinntal’s love of sports has resulted in a variety of clubs that give you plenty of options. From a forest swimming pool to tennis club, shooting range and pigeon breeding you can work your way through quite a variety here.
Of course, the cycling routes are incredibly well laid out and a perfect way to go about exploring those out of the way gems.
Sinntal’s natural beauty is best enjoyed in its protected natural reserves. Visit the Altengronau meadows to take in the splendid scenic beauty of water flowing serenely along wooded areas while the wildlife gets up to all sorts of tricks and treats. If you’re an aficionado you’ll probably be able spot quite a few prizes from the yellow bellied toad to kingfishers.
The land is also known for the endangered checkerboard flower, a pretty cousin of the lily family. So if you come across one, you should know enough to tread lightly.