5. August 2016

Breathtaking Black Forest

Breathtaking Black Forest

Touring Information

Start: Ortenau Wine Region  /  End: Lindau, Lake Constance

Tour days: 15  /  Non-Driving days: 4

Max. daily mileage: 69 miles  /  Total mileage: 365 miles  /  Calais-Ortenau: 411 miles

Pets allowed


  • Wine and fruit schnapps tasting with a guided tour of a wine cellar
  • Steam engine ride through the wild romantic Wutach valley with viaducts and the unique spiral tunnel
  • Waterfalls at Triberg and the Rhine Falls in Schaffhausen (Switzerland) the largest plain waterfall in Europe
  • Tour of the Hymer Motorhome plant (not possible in 2020 due to plant closure)
  • Possibility to combine with a visit to the Caravan Salon in Düsseldorf (only possible for 2019 tour)

The Motorhome Tour

The Black Forest is more than the home of the cuckoo clock and Black Forest Gateau. It is a region of stunning natural beauty of wooded hills, rolling meadows and charming towns and villages as well as relaxing spas.

Our Tour will take us from the north of the Black Forest to the Alpine foothills in Switzerland. On the way you can visit the German Clock museum, and see the world largest cuckoo clock. Enjoy the scenery of Germany’s largest waterfall in Triberg and lakes like Titisee or Schluchsee. A highlight of the Tour is the waterfalls of the Rhine in Schaffhausen, just across the border in Switzerland. We will stay at lake Constance, giving you a chance to visit the flower island of Mainau and the beautiful cities of Konstanz and Lindau with the charming port connecting Germany, Austria and Switzerland. We will also have a guided tour of the Hymer motorhome factory (not possible in 2020 due to plant closure) and you can visit the Hymer Museum.

Map Route Breathtaking Black Forest 2019

 Day 1: Ortenau Wine Region

We will start our tour in the beautiful Ortenau Wine region. In the evening we will have a wine tasting and a guided tour of the wine cellar, followed by a group dinner in a nearby restaurant in order to get to know each other

Day 2: Ortenau Wine Region – Dornstetten

On the way to Dornstetten you can take the scenic Black Forest Ridgeway (Schwarzwaldhochstrasse) and visit on route the city of Baden-Baden, a swish spa town. Pass lakes and waterfalls on the way. Close to our campsite you can experience the “barefoot trail”.

Day 3: Dornstetten – Kinzig Valley

On route stop at a monastery beer brewery. Within a short driving distance from the campsite you can visit the Black Forest Open Air Museum or a glass blowers workshop.

Day 4: Kinzig Valley – St. Peter

We will continue our journey via Furtwangen the centre of the clock making industry in the Black Forest. Visit the German Clock Museum or buy yourself a cuckoo clock in one of the many stores. On route do not miss the famous Triberg waterfalls.

Day 5: St. Peter – Freiburg

Our destination today is Freiburg, also known as the sunny city. On the route through the scenic valley there is lots to see right and left. But reserve some time to enjoy Freiburg’s beautiful minster, small streams, delicacies and wine. The historic town centre is in cycling/walking distance from our campsite.

Day 6: Freiburg Titisee

Now we are leaving the Rhine valley and drive close to the highest elevation of the Black Forest, the Feldberg. This route leads us through different valleys. On route you can stop to visit a distillery where the famous Kirsch for the Black Forest Gateau and other Fruit Schnapps are produced. Alternatively visit a monastery or mines. We will be staying at the lake Titisee for 2 nights

Day 7: Titisee

Take a trip to the Feldberg using the cable car to the mountain top. Drive to lake Schluchsee, relax at the campsite or rent a boat on the river. See the Cathedral of Sankt Blasien, or visit the most famous brewery of the Black Forest “Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus”.

Day 8: Titisee – Tengen

We will leave the high mountain region and travel towards the Swiss border. On the way, stop in Donau-Eschingen and throw a coin over your shoulder into the source of the river Danube to make a wish come true. In the afternoon we will experience a steam engine ride through the wild romantic Wutach valley. See stunning viaducts, idyllic villages, bridges and Germany’s unique spiral tunnel.

Day 9: Tengen

Today relax at the campsite, go for a swim in the pool or go for a long walk in the countryside. You could also cross the border into Switzerland and visit the Rhine Falls in Schaffhausen, the largest plain waterfall in Europe.

Day 10: Tengen – Konstanz at lake Constance

We will now leave the Black forest region and move on to lake Constance. On the way to Konstanz take an hour to see the historic town of Stein am Rhein in Switzerland. Today you have again the opportunity to drive to Switzerland to visit the Rhine Falls in Schaffhausen, if you opted for the leisurely day at the campsite the previous day.

Day 11: Konstanz at lake Constance

As we have two nights in the Konstanz region visit the city of Konstanz, where you can take a boat to visit Switzerland or Austria. It is also worthwhile to visit the flower island of Mainau where besides the many flowers, palms and citrus plants give a Mediterranean flair to the island. The baroque Mainau castle and the castle church are architectural highlights.

Day 12: Konstanz – Bad Schussenried

To get to Bad Schussenried, you can drive around the lake, or cut out the western part by taking the ferry to Meersburg. Stop in Friedrichshafen and explore the Zeppelin Museum. We will spend the night at a brewery with a typical brewery restaurant and the German Beer Stein Museum.

Day 13: Bad Schussenried – Lindau

Today is motorhomers “heaven”. We will have a guided tour of the Hymer motorhome factory and have a chance to visit the Hymer Museum. If you still have time you can visit the “Federseemuseum” a world heritage site.

Day 14: Lindau

The last day of our tour we will spend in Lindau. Relax at the campsite for the journey home or explore the old town of Lindau with its beautiful port. You could also use the opportunity to visit Austria.

Day 15: Departure and end of tour


Touring Season 2019

Saturday 7th September– Saturday 21st September 2019
Calais pick-up: Friday 6th September 2019

Before the tour starts, visit the Caravan Salon, the world’s largest trade fair for motorhomes and caravans, taking place in Düsseldorf!
Contact us for further details.

Touring Season 2020

Saturday 11th July– Saturday 25th July 2020
Calais pick-up is not available for this tour. Consider combining it with our Majestic Rhine & Moselle Rivers tour

Book this tour and combine it with our “Majestic Rhine & Moselle Rivers” tour for a full month of European travel.


What is included:

All services are for a motorhome with 2 people

  • Welcome Dinner
  • Wine and fruit schnapps tasting with a guided tour of a wine cellar
  • Steam engine ride through the wild romantic Wutach valley
  • Tour of the Hymer motorhome factory
  • 14 nights at campsites / motorhome parks with electricity (where available)
  • Assistance of a multi-lingual motorhome guide during the whole tour
  • Travel pack containing maps, a detailed road book with directions to the campsites, suggestions for sightseeing and general advice on motorhoming in Europe
  • Secured Payment Certificate

What is included in the optional Calais pick-up service:

  • Flexible return ferry crossing from Dover
  • Pick-up by motorhome guide in Calais
  • One additional night at a campsite in Luxembourg

Price for tour only: 2,090 EURO

Optional Extra Calais pick-up service (not available in 2020): 430 EURO

Earlybird discount (for bookings made by 31.12.2019): 100 EURO

In addition to the Earlybird discount, we offer to all customers booking more than one tour for the 2020 season a 60 EURO discount on the second tour booked!

All prices are for a motorhome with 2 people

– Other prices upon request –

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Customers Chris & Ian Breathtaking Black Forest 2017

Chris & Ian Gloucestershire Tour: Breathtaking Black Forest

We have toured around countries before by ourselves and thought we had seen a lot, but touring with MandA Tours made the experience so much better.

We got to know the country, the people and their way of life much better and saw things which we otherwise would have missed.

Thank you MandA for the experience.

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