© Horst-Heinrich Görgen


Home of the „Baachspautzers“

The wildly romantic side valleys of the Alf and Uessbach. For more than 1,000 years, the medieval Arras Castle, with its hotel, restaurant and museum, has stood high above the village. You can enjoy a fantastic view of the Mosel valley from up here. Alf is the ideal starting point for long walks and hikes, such as the Prinzenkopf tower. The view falls on the Mosel, which makes a turn of almost 180 degrees between Alf and Pünderich.

The picture shows Alf in the evening. The place is lit up by the street lamps and Christmas decorations. There is snow.
© Peter Mendgen
The picture shows Arras Castle in Alf from above in fine weather.
© Philipp Bohn

You can learn more about the village's history on a walk through the historic centre. Take a stroll to the linden square "Auf Kockert" or visit the lovingly restored local history museum. Here you will also discover the secret of the "Alfer Baachspautzer", whom you can visit yourself after the museum tour on the Baachbreck at the Alfer roundabout.

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