Limestone lawns around Junglinster and Valley of the White Ernz
Between Gréngewald and the Mullerthal Region around Junglinster, Altlinster, Bourglinster, Godbrange, Oberanven and Ernster, two bird protection and flora-fauna-habitat areas each extend over a total of 4,258 hectares.
The valley landscapes are home to various birds of the wet grassland, such as the quail king, but also the open country offers an important habitat to skylark or quail for example. These landscapes along the White and Black Ernz are forested areas, which are an ideal place for many bird species for brooding and for withdrawal, as for example the red kite.
Around Junglinster there are limestone dry grasslands, which are typical for the region around Junglinster. There is semi-dry grass, there are bushes, orchards, juniper formations and grassland.
Different animal species, such as red-backed shrike or shrike feel at home here.
Where? Wanterbach, L-6552 Berdorf
Rock climbing Berdorf
Where? 6, Rue de l'Auberge, L-6315 Beaufort
Re-opening of the exhibition about the genesis of the Mëllerdall landscape and its unique cultural and natural heritage.
Where? 33, Rue Burgkapp, L-6211 Consdorf
Where? Domaine de Belenhaff, L-6141 Junglinster
Golf de Luxembourg Junglinster
Where? Kengert, L-7633 Medernach
Barefoot Path Heightened Awareness
Where? 18, Rue de la Montagne, L-6470 Echternach
Where? Am Lahr, L-7641 Christnach
Where? 55, Route de Dillingen, L-6315 Beaufort
Bowling alley at youth hostel Beaufort
Where? Chemin vers Rodenhof, L-6479 Echternach
The house of nature at the lake of Echternach