Tuniberg tours offer you the opportunity to visit the area, which is often referred to as “the little brother” of the Kaiserstuhl. This is not quite accurate since there is a significant geological difference between these two: the Kaiserstuhl is of volcanic origin, the Tuniberg is not. Apart from this there are many similarities. Both regions enjoy a mild and warm climate, both regions are dominated by wine making and agriculture and both regions are best explored by hiking or biking.
From the meadows of the Rhine River, across the plains with the farms to the vineyards. The Tuniberg has a lot to offer. At any time throughout the year, you can watch the farmers at their work: strawberries, asparagus, fruit trees, corn and finally grapes for the wine, there is always a harvest going on the fields of the Tuniberg.
Wine producing communities such as Merdingen, Gottenheim, Waltershofen, Opfingen, Tiengen, Munzigen, Oberimsingen and Niederrimsingen invite you to sample their wonderful wines. Tourism is big in the Tuniberg region: holiday lets, caravan parks, small family run hotel and traditional Inns offer a good selection of accommodation.
Tuniberg Tours help you discover this unique area with all its amazing flora and fauna. Professional guides will not only hike / bike with you on well maintained paths but also tell the stories, whichreach beyond what you can see.
The Tuniberg is within easy reach of Breisach and Freiburg if you decide to venture out. There is no real need for a car. The railway “Breisach-Freiburg” and “Breisach-Riegel” connects you with all areas of the Kaiserstuhl and beyond. You can even travel to Titisee by train.