Surrounded by the most beautiful part of Saarland, our campsite will be the starting point to explore the numerous hiking routes through impressive natural scenery.
Located in the beautiful Saarland, our LandGut is on the edge of a huge Nature reserve, with many hiking routes nearby. Peace and quiet reign here.. together we can build towards a selfsustaining village and spread knowledge and good vibes!
It’s a unique location, without fixed booths and is very peaceful. In fact, the only sound you’ll probably hear is produced by a small creek running along the edge of the campsite. We’re improving the scenery with a lot of energy, enthousiasm and creativity to make it even more magical.
Who are the owners of Landgut Girtenmuhle?
Five idealists from Amsterdam that try to make a difference in the world. We felt our own world wasn’t changing fast enough and decided to do something about it.
We are inspired by many other communities who found a way to break loose from the established patterns of life and manage to live an alternative lifestyle in harmony with our planet and its inhabitants. Our goal is to live a self-sufficient life together in beautiful Saarland. We strive to make Landgut Girtenmühle double as a location focussed on helping those in need. The hotel and campsite are under our new management for a few months only and already have changed drastically since. Lots of creativity and enthusiasm has turned the quiet and cozy campsite into a unique location.
The state borders France (département of Moselle, which forms part of the région of Grand Est) to the south and west, Luxembourg (Grevenmacher District) to the west and Rheinland-Pfalz to the north and the east.
It is named after the Saar River, a tributary of the Moselle River (itself a tributary of the Rhine), which runs through the state from the south to the northwest. One third of the land area of the Saarland is covered by forest, one of the highest percentages in Germany. The state is generally hilly; the highest mountain is the Dollberg with a height of 695.4 m (2281 feet).