In the Franconian Switzerland lies our idyllic farming village Mandlau, the oldest surviving house dates from 1762. In Mandlau it feels as if time has stood still. Villagers here still rely on each other and still feel connected as one big family. The special thing is that the ages of the villagers vary from young to old.
The area here is very beautiful and natural.
In the vicinity there are already 21 different experiences for young and old, such as: visiting the 100-year-old stalactite caves, the 1000-year-old Burgt of Pottenstein, tobogganing, karting, steep wall climbing, climbing forest, more than 500 km of hiking trails, mountain bike trails etc.
In the immediate vicinity there are also various sights to visit, such as the watchtower "himmelsleiter" looking over Pottenstein, the watchtower Hohenmirsberg, De Burght van Pottenstein and the newest addition in the area called the Skywalk, 2 art-historical Catholic churches in Pottenstein, etc. In other words, you will not get bored. Once attached to this particularly beautiful and friendly environment, you will never want anything else.