The natural port of Raddusch is the ideal starting point for boat trips far from the tourist centres in the Spreewald.
Raddusch lies in the middle of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve between Lübbenau and Burg. This tranquil village can look back on a long tradition of boat travel. The well maintained natural harbour of Raddusch is considered a hot tip for boat trips to the world of nature and paddle tours far removed from the tourist centres in the Spreewald.
If you take the A15 towards Cottbus, you will have a good view of one the best known sights in the Spreewald: the Slavic Castle of Raddusch. Inside this faithfully reproduced defensive construction, a multimedia exhibition recounts the history of the Niederlausitz region. In the town centre of the Spreewald village of Raddusch, a visit to the local history centre is well worth your while. The rooms are furnished with historical furniture and locals tell stories of village life around 1900 on a guided tour of the exhibition.
Activities in Raddusch
Raddusch is the perfect starting point for boat trips and canoe tours in the Spreewald. For example, you can take trips to the lagoon village of Lehde or around the Island of Love starting from this peaceful natural harbour. You have come to the Spreewald for a walking holiday? In that case, you can explore the new marshland nature trail. Whether Dubkowmoor, Hirschmoor or Sauenmoor – you will be able to discover rare species of animals and plants everywhere you go.