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    Lausitzer Seenland - your holiday region
    Ort: Senftenberg
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Lausitzer Seenland A vacation on new shores

Gigantic excavators once dug deep through the earth here. Today, the region draws holidaymakers for recreational purposes like fishing, swimming or surfing. Experience a transforming landscape in Lusatia’s lake region – a highly spectacular process. Right here, Europe's largest artificial water territory is being developed between Berlin and Dresden with over 20 lakes, interconnected via navigable canals. Industrial landmarks are resurrected through exhibitions and events.

The flat plains shaping the rural landscape boast one of Brandenburg’s densest network of cycling routes, proving ideal for bicycle enthusiasts. Get a glimpse of the eventful history of the border region to Saxony and Poland when visiting the local museums, palaces, and parks.

Let's go! We show you how to spend the perfect day in Lusatia's lake region, give you tips and recommendations surrounding your vacation and reveal the best highlights you don't want to miss.

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Beach fun and aquatic sports

Europe’s largest artificial water landscape serves as an El Dorado for lovers of aquatic sports, boat captains and all those who love going to the seaside. There are boat piers, lidos, and overnight specials for lakeside locations, camping sites and a multitude of gastronomic offers, ensuring everyone is getting their money's worth. Water adventurers can rent a raft or a motorboat or set sail on a boat to feel the cool breeze.

More than 10 lakes provide unspoilt swimming fun. There are lidos in the towns of Buchwalde, Großkoschen and Niemtsch, all located around Senftenberger See, one of the largest and cleanest lakes in the State of Brandenburg, distinguished by its gently sloping sandy beaches and shaded sunbathing lawns.

Fans of aquatic sports relish activities like jet or water ski, wakeboard or stand-up paddling. Those who prefer a leisurely boat ride, will enjoy the panoramic views of the lake aboard a passenger boat.

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Explore industrial history

Mining and coal production have shaped the region for over 150 years. The ENERGIE Route offers an exciting journey through time dedicated to historic landmarks of industrial culture. How about a Jeep or quad safari to the opencast mine in Welzow? Lots of fun guaranteed!

The individual stops along the ENERGIE Route can be approached via regional bike routes, e.g. on the Niederlausitzer Bergbautour, the Seenland-Route or the transregional Fürst-Pückler-Radweg.

Scenic overlooks like the "Rostiger Nagel", the “Landmarke Lausitzer Seenland” at Sedlitzer See (lake) or the "Schiefer Turm" at Senftenberger See offer fascinating views of the developing lake territory. Don't miss visiting the F60 – the former overburden conveyor bridge and visitor mine.

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From Guben to the Neiße River landscape

Aside from the town of Forst, also Guben – located further down the Neiße River and one of the oldest towns of Lower Lusatia – used to be an important centre of East Germany's textile industry. Even fashion items such as hats used to go into production here. Heritage buildings like the Alte Färberei (old dyeworks), manufacturers’ villas, and the industrial museum (Industriemuseum) vividly attest to the local history.

Today, the town is a charming twin town in the border region to Poland and an ideal starting point for bike or canoeing tours to the recreational Neiße River region. The Neiße River surroundings are serene and unspoilt – a place where canoeists can be by themselves.

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