Sülzetal has these artesian aquifers. Okay, you may lower your eyebrows now, I’ll explain.
This is where nature gets all funky and decides to let water flow up rather than down. What you get is underground water flowing up through soft rocks and, hey presto, on to the surface.
To see this you need to visit the Sülze Valley. There you can see how the salt from this water is used to make, well, salt would be a good guess. :-) By now you’ve probably guessed where the land gets its name from — Sülze, which means, yes, right again, salt (somewhat, it’s actually aspic).
— Top Areas Of Interest
Sülzetal is just minutes south of Magdeburg where nature really lays it out for you. Bear with me while I rhapsodize a bit. The sky is simply the clearest blue; the woods are emerald green, the hilly landscape simply enigmatic, the air, the freshest you’ve breathed.
For more of pristine nature, get over to the banks of the Ottersleber Teich pond.
Which is why Sülzetal is the ideal place to live the outdoor life to the full. Cycling, trekking, camping, or just strolling along, this little town is made for that. Away from the crowds and the pollution and within reach of scrumptious local food, beer, and wine and song, this is probably what folks have in mind when they say gimme some peace and quiet. :-)
Sülzetal is more than just a pretty face in case you’ve reached that conclusion. Check out the Schwaneberg Church with its tall steeple and serene surrounds.
Then there’s the marketplace which is where you get to experience the real Sülzetal as you take in your fill of it all. Stop by the little local shops, try the local cuisine or just linger at a beer garden with a mug of frothy golden brew.
Do you hear that? That’s the sound of serenity.