Oldau lies approximately 15 km west of the romantic half-timber-town of Celle. Aller, the largest Heath river, flows directly past our yard. You can marvel at one of the oldest hydroelectric power stations of Germany here. Oldau is surrounded by forests, meadows and fields, with many well designed bicycle trails and footpaths where you can soak up on some fresh air. The romantic half-timber city of Celle obtained the title 'most beautiful city in Germany' in the competition between the cities in 2001. The oldest building in Celle is the ducal palace, Schloss Celle, which was mentioned for the first time in 1318. In the course of the time, the originally simple castle was rebuilt and expanded to a lavish four wing building. The castle harbors the oldest, as of today, baroque theater of Germany. The old town church and the numerous museums are also worth a visit. If at times you do not wish to go sightseeing, you can simply stroll through the numerous shops or relax in a cafe.
Other Activities: Skydiving, canoeing, badminton
Ski: The mountain calls even in the Lüneburg Heath! Snow-dome is the first ski hall of north Germany which leaves nothing more to desire. From the beginner to the whiz, everyone gets their money's worth. There is everything, whether skiing, snowboarding or tobogganing. Various ski-runs make everything possible.