The finishing stage leads along the left bank of the Moselle from Löf to shortly before Koblenz; the Deutsches Eck is finally reached via the right bank of the Moselle. On the last two kilometres of the Mosel-Radweg through the Terrassenmosel region - which owes its name to the steep slopes on which the vines only find room on narrow terraces secured by dry-stone walls - there are still some typical Moselle wine villages waiting to be discovered. In Kobern-Gondorf, for example, you can admire the medieval market square with the Tatzelwurm fountain and probably the oldest German half-timbered building dating from 1320. Pretty half-timbered houses also characterise the wine village of Winningen, which is one of the most beautiful villages in Germany. The hospitable wine farms invite you to stop for a bite to eat before continuing your cycle tour to Koblenz. The final stage and thus also the Mosel-Radweg ends at the Deutsches Eck, where the Moselle flows into the Rhine. A visit to the city of Coblence with its winding alleys and squares, which invite you to stroll and linger, as well as the many sights, rounds off the cycle tour perfectly. How about a cable car ride to the impressive Ehrenbreitstein fortress or a tour of the old town with its numerous churches, castles, historic townhouses and museums?