The landscape – an inexhaustible source of energy dating back centuries
Café Wildau lies amid one of Europe’s largest contiguous forest regions – the UNESCO biosphere reserve Schorfheide-Chorin. Featuring forests, meadows, lakes, rivers and moors, this nature reserve emerged following the last Ice Age around 15,000 years ago. Water from the melting glaciers created more than 230 lakes in the region, of which Lake Werbellin is one of the deepest (up to 60 metres in places). The Schorfheide is home to an unparalleled abundance of fauna and flora, including countless animal and plant species that have become rare or even threatened by extinction. Situated far away from the towns and mass tourism, this special landscape has retained its original charm to this day. On arrival, you are instantly struck by the beauty of the surroundings, in which woodlands and meadows are intersected by water. A well-organised network of paths invites you to immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature.
Further information is available at:
Hotel & Restaurant
on Lake Werbellin
Phone: 033363 / 52 63 0
Fax: 033363 / 52 63 29
Monday to Sunday
12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
A list of fully closed dates can be found here.