Excursion-Sights in the region and Bad Bevensen

Bad Bevensen is situated in the beautiful landscape of the Luneburg Heath between the cities of Hamburg, Bremen and Hannover.


The source of health and a popular tourist resort in the Lüneburg Heath - Bad Bevensen is great for tourism and health as well as recreational activities and a relaxing holiday environment. The heath spa is known for its iodine-saline thermal baths, the therapeutic competence and its extensive spa on the banks of Ilmenau. Bad Bevensen is the only mineral spa in the Lüneburg Heath - with ideal conditions for tourism and cures.

Bad Bevensen lies in a gentle-hilly landscape of the northern German lowland. The region is characterized by potato, sugar beet and grain farming, by forests, small heaths, the valley of the Ilmenau and the Elbe Lateral Canal.


Here visitors will find outstanding opportunities for an active holiday including walking, biking or river tours.


Markets, music and traditional festivals create a convivial atmosphere. Visitors can discover prehistoric relics, visit Medingen cloister or observe the Earth´s rotations in the sundial garden.

Nature pur!

Luneburger Heath

Enjoy the Luneburg Heath at any time of the year and learn more about this unique natural landscape.

Lüneburg, Uelzen & Co.

Interesting Towns

Discover the region around Bad Bevensen and visit famous towns like the salt town of Lüneburg or Uelzen with its famous Hundertwasser railway station.







Back to the nature


Biking around Bad Bevensen. Whether with a bike or pedelec, just for fun or as a professional - there is a trail for everyone.

Fun & Action

Theme Parks

The Theme Parks in the region are popular with all age groups. Enjoy special moments with your family. Your kids will love you.

Good mood guaranteed


Bad Bevensen has something to offer all year round. Discover the spa town's highlights in Bad Bevensen's events calendar.

The magic of heather blossom

Look at the video beside and enjoy the magic of the heather blossom in the Luneburger Heath.


Click for more information about the heather blossom.