Radfahren in Bad Sachsa

7 reasons to stay with us:


  • A family-run spa hotel
  • Passionate hosts

Absolute “at home” feeling

  • Ideal for young and old, couples, people travelling alone, and families

In the heart of Germany

  • Ideal transport links
  • “The cultural and natural wonder that is the Harz”

A pampering programme which can take place in all weathers

  • Active holiday – numerous sporting activities
  • Relaxation holiday – the largest hotel spa complex in the Harz at 3500 m²

ALL-ROUND pampering programme

  • Almost everything is included
  • Special price savings
  • Full luxury board
  • Fulfilment of individual wishes

Feel-good rooms

  • “Everything that the heart desires – from modern to tasteful”

Simply. Be. Happy! by RoLigio®

  • A unique, multi award-winning spa concept with professional spa experts

Harz for Kids

Trips with the whole family
Of course, our youngest visitors should not be bored at all during their free holidays. That's why numerous family-friendly leisure activities in Bad Sachsa and the surrounding area offer plenty of fun for the whole family. Whether boating on the Schmelzteich in the spa gardens or a day trip to the Straußberg adventure park - not only your children will have fond memories of these great destinations.

Family-friendly destinations in Bad Sachsa:

Climbing fun for young and old in northern Germany's first Clip 'n Climb climbing arena. There you will find 26 colourful and adventurous climbing stations with a wide variety of elements for every taste and level - ice climbing, the Spaghetti Mountain, Astroball, a freefall slide and the diving tower for the bravest. (More information here!)
At the Harzfalkenhof on the Katzstein near Bad Sachsa you can experience eagles, falcons and other birds of prey up close. In the flight shows you can be thrilled by the "kings of the air". A special highlight at Vogelpark Bad Sachsa is the snow vulture breeding. (More information here!)
Visit the historic fairytale forest in Bad Sachsa and go on a search for for Frau Holle & Co. (www.maerchengrund.com)
Here, visitors can learn interesting facts about the more than 290 million year old history of the development of the southern Harz region.. (More information here!)
A great experience for water rats and bathing mermaids. In the Salztal Paradies adventure pool, the sea surf in the wave pool, the 95 m tyre slide, the current and white-water canal and the children's pool landscape are sure to thrill. (More information here!)
The indoor playground that leaves nothing to be desired. With adventure climbing park, slides, ball pool, trampoline, bouncy castle, children's climbing wall and a toddler area from 1 - 4 years. (More information here!)
The Borderland Museum opened its doors on 12 November 1992, exactly three years after the opening of the border gates. True to the motto: Preserve - Remember - Remind, the exhibition was completely redesigned after the move in 2016 and now shows the painful history of German division between 1945 and 1990 in a clear and understandable way. (More information here!)

Family-friendly destinations in the Harz:

The interior of this special café looks like a life-size rural doll's house. The "Antique Barn" invites you for a stroll. (More information here!)
In just a few minutes by car you can reach the town of Herzberg with one of the largest show caves in the Harz Mountains. The unicorn cave in the over 270 million year old rock can be entered via an artificially created tunnel - a mystical experience for young and old alike. (More information here!)
With a length of 550 metres and a difference in altitude of 130 metres, the summer toboggan run on Matthias-Schmidt-Berg offers a special experience for the whole family. (More information here!)
The Heinz Sielmann Nature Experience Centre Gut Herbigshagen offers a variety of experience stations for young and old: interactive nature trail with farm garden, bee house, insect nesting wall, KiKa tree house, fallow deer enclosure, organic farm with rare breeds of domestic and farm animals and much more. (More information here!)

After 20 years of "high ropes course in the forest", the "JANGSTEL JUNGLE" is now starting with a new concept at a new location.

The high ropes course is located at 720 m above sea level above the mountain town of Sankt Andreasberg. The facility currently has a length of 900 m on two floors. (More information here!)

A 200,000 m² replica of a western town with a saloon, adventure playground, animal enclosure and show programmes for the whole family. (More information here!)
Nicht nur die kleinen Besucher des Bärenpark Worbis werden vom Anblick der Bären und Wölfe begeistert sein.
Auf einer ca. 40.000 m² großen, naturbelassenen Freianlage können die Tiere sehr gut beobachtet werden. Ein Lehrpfad informiert über verschiedene Bärenarten und die Zerstörung derer Lebensräume. (Hier gibt es mehr Infos!)
Two impressive exhibition sites in the underground world can be experienced up close here. The Iberg Dripstone Cave is one of the most famous show caves in the Harz Mountains. (More information here!)
The park is located in the south-eastern Harz foreland, between Kleinfurra and Straußberg. In the four-hectare monkey world, the animals can be seen up close here. The summer toboggan run with its steep curves provides additional fun. (More information here!)
With a length of 1000 metres, the all-weather toboggan run at the Hexentanzplatz in Thale is one of the longest runs of its kind in Germany. On the winding track you can reach a maximum speed of 40km/h with the bobsleigh. (More information here!)