Rhine-Mosel riverside aires...

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  1. manu54

    manu54 Read Only Funster

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    Hi all, off to the Rhine valley area sometime in May....can any of you recomend any stellaplatz's/aires around Koblenz-Boppard-Rudesheim.
    Also,along the Mosel to Trier.
    Am i right in thinking i have read somewhere there is an aire on the river bank where the Rhine and Mosel come together ??

    Thanks to all in advance.....keep safe on your travels ! ! !

    Phil
     
  2. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Do a search on Boppard - there was just this thread a month or so ago. Lovely area !
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Hi Phil

    You will be spoiled for choice along the Mosel .. there are dozens to choose from ... motorhoming heaven .. :Smile:

    We stayed at several, one of my favourites is at Enkirch , a large grassy Stelpatz on the river bank next to the town.. see map

    At the Stelplatz there is a passenger ferry to the other shore where you can catch a train either East to Koblenz or west to Trier ... worth a trip just for the scenery

    http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?hl=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&msid=115843103054280433491.00045c1ab0c50bf957c9d&ll=49.983903,7.119484&spn=0.056624,0.166683&t=h&z=13&iwloc=00045c1bbcd7e4eb9bb7d


    Find all the Stelplatz here .. http://www.reisemobil-international.de/bordatlas2/

    and a google map I made here .. http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&tab=wl
     
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  5. Belgian

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    Mosel

    One of the finest (and also MH-friendly) regions is the Mosel-valley, from the French/Luxembourg border over Trier towards the Rhine at Koblenz. More than 150 km of winding river along the vineyards (excelent white wine and also red –‘Dornfelder’). The Roman Trier with the Porta Nigra, the medieval villages and towns of Traben-Trarbach, Zell, Beilstein, Cochem and the nice landscape all around and castles like Burg Ernst…
    Practically every village has MH-facilities. Most of them on the Mosel-banks (therefore floodable in winter). Sorry, the narrow valley does’t allow wilding. Cycling and walking area.
    The best way to get acquainted whit Germany.

    Moselvalley French border downstream > Koblenz

    Legend :
    P parking
    M motorhome parking(Stellplatz)
    S service (Entsorgung)
    W wild
    C camping
    V private vineyard


    SCHEBSANGE (L)
    MSP Port de Plaisance, 5pl, 6,5€/n (also C)
    PALZEM
    M V Weingut “A. Pauly & Sohn”, Obermoselstr 5, 4pl 7,5€/n
    TAWERN
    P
    TRIER
    V Weingut “Gerorg–Fritz Von Nell” > Straße “am Tiergarten”
    PM Römer><Adenauerbrücke, <C “Treviris” , 120pl, 6€/n, S:Womo Händler Haag
    PM Messepark, P1 & P2 In den Moselauen, Trier-Euren, > Mc Donalds 20pl
    LONGUICH
    V Weingut “Longen-Schröder”, Kirchenweg 9; 8pl; 4€/n
    V Weingut “Feiten” Rioler Weg, Moezel, 20pl,, 4,5€/n, S:1,5€
    ENSCH
    PMS “An den Pappeln” Moselbank, 5€/n ,30pl (apr>oct)
    KLÜSSERATH
    PMS “Sonnenplatz” Moselbank, 300pl, 5€/n (apr> oct) shop, restaurant
    LEIWEN
    V Weingut “Spieles”; Schulstr; 5pl; 4.5€/n, S:0.5€
    TRITTENHEIM
    PMS Moselbank; 30pl;5.€/n; (apr> oct)
    V weingut “Dahm”, Hauptstrasse,6pl,4€/n
    PIESPORT
    PMS “Thiele”Moselstr, 12pl, 5€ (+40pl> 2002) S=1,5€
    V Ferienweingut “St Joseph” In der Dur 11, 3pl, 6€/n
    NEUMAGEN/DHRON
    PMSV “Weinhaus Kettern”; 100pl; 4,5€/n
    P Hafen 5€/n
    MINHEIM
    PMS Moselbank; 90pl; 5€/n (allways open) S=1,5€,
    V Weingut “Thielen-Feilen, 4pl, 4,5€/n
    KESTEN
    PMS Mosel, 4,5€/n, S=1,5€, 50pl
    MARING
    V Weingut ”Schmitt”, Mosestraße, 4pl; 5€/n shower: 2.5€ (‘apr>oct)
    VELDENZ
    PMS Festgelände am Sportplatz, 40pl, 6€/n(+el), shops, restaurant
    ÜRZIG
    P Moselbank; P Aral fuelstation + meadow ; 30pl;5€/n, (apr > oct)
    V Weingut “Urzecha Hof” Scheuertritt (, 2pl, 5€/n
    LÖSNICH
    PMS Moselbank; +50pl, 5€/n el:1,5€ (apr> oct)
    KINHEIM-KINDEL
    PMS Moselbank; 40pl;5€/n bakery: 8h (apr> oct)
    KRÖV
    P Weinhalle, Moselbank
    P south>.Kröv, road, “park”
    TRABEN-TRARBACH
    P (Traben):Hotel”Anker”, 6pl, shops, resto’s
    ENKIRCH
    PMS Moselbank ;+ 100pl; 5€/n shop, resto
    REIL
    PMS Moselbank, 70pl,5€/n , shop 400m
    PÜNDERICH
    PMS Moselbank, 50pl;5€/n; shop (apr>oct) (trains!)
    V Weingut & Ferienhof “Dahm” Hauptstr 78, 5pl, 5€/n
    ZELL-KAIMT
    PMS Moselbank r; 20pl;5€/n; (apr>oct) ><r Zell (footbridge)
    ALF
    PMS swimmingpool 30pl; 5€/n
    ST ALDEGUND
    PMS Moselbank; 35pl; 6€/n,shop
    NEEF
    PMS Moselbank; 40pl; 5€/n; (apr>oct)
    BREMM
    V Weingut “Oster & Franzen”; 16pl; 4.5€/mobil,2€ /pers
    ELLER
    PMS Hauptstraße; 10pl; 3€(17>9h);( Moselbank)
    EDIGER ( ELLER)
    PM Haupstraße, 10pl; 3€(17>9h);( Moselbank)
    BRIEDERN
    PM Moselbank r, 10pl,3€/n
    POLTERSDORF
    PMW >vineyard, 6pl
    VALWIG
    PM Beilstein; Moselbank; 20pl; 5€/n
    BEILSTEIN
    P Burg
    COCHEM
    P Moselbank
    S ext C
    TREIS-KARDEN
    PMP Hotel “Ostermann”; Lützbach
    MÜDEN
    P>< Hotel-Weingut “Sewenig”;Moselweinstraße 54, gratis
    BURGEN
    P Gasthaus “Schmause-Mühle”; 10pl, 7.5€/n (+shower), water:2.5€
    BURG ELTZ
    P casltle (locked at night, ask warden)
    LÖF
    PS Gewerbegebiet: Firma “Sög-Entlüftungsysteme”; 4pl; S=free
    P Landhaus Krahennest, Auf der Kräh 2
    KOBERN-GONDORF
    P am Kalkofen, Mosel, 15pl, max 3n, P=free
    KOBLENZ
    P Mosel+Rhine confluence, monument
    PM neuer Messeplatz
    P Neuendorfer Eck (C)
    P Kurfürstlichen Schloss

    Choice enough ? :BigGrin:
     
  6. manu54

    manu54 Read Only Funster

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    WOW.....thanks Belgian,
    have read many of your posts on the wild side....always informative,

    Thanks

    Phil
     
  7. Big Momma

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    Well it appears that you have lots of responses to be researching. Can I also suggest perhaps looking at the German 'BORD Atlas' (Vicarious Books amongst others) as this lists Stellplatz throughout Germany and gives GPS co-ordinates to find them. Each entry also gives useful information on facilities available as well as public transport close by and other very good bits of info. There is also another similar publication that covers the whole of Europe, well worth the investment if you frequently use European Aires/Stellplatz etc. And just as an aside it also lists campsites as well as the stellplatz at or near campsites.
     
  8. maggyd

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    We have stayed on that one, it is very popular and can get a bit crowded, its a nice walk into the town and shops.Bacharach is on the Rhine though.

    Our first stop after the Aire in France Aquet, was Remich a large laybye beside the Mosel but with no elec; they are also a couple of parks opposite the next was Minheim a good Stal with elect; beside the water we stayed there 4 nts, the next Urzig stal then we went to a Vineyard in Ellenz Poltersdorf We didnt manage to stop at Koblenz as it was a bank holiday and very busy but we did pass a site just before we got there it looked as if it was on a little island. Then that was when we stopped at Bacharach then on to Bad Sobenheim that is a lovely grass site more like a campsite. You will find lots of places its just a case of being on the right side of the river so it is best to have a look at the map and try and work out which side you want to be on.:BigGrin: Anyway it is very laid back if you have plenty of time to meander.
     
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