Wehlen's peaceful location is perfect for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy a relaxing break. The famous vineyard provides the inspiration for the numerous sundials which can be seen around Wehlen, the "place of 100 sundials".
The "Streuobstwiesen" ("Orchards") nature reserve is the ideal setting for spending a holiday surrounded by nature, on the banks of the Moselle. In the springtime, the wide variety of flowers and fragrances here are a delight to see and smell, while in summer and autumn the nature reserve produces a rich selection of different fruits.
Picturesque half-timbered houses such as the lavishly ornate, elegantly constructed and well-preserved "Kerpen'sche Haus", built in 1614, are among the many attractions you will find as you walk through Wehlen.
The late-Gothic tower of the parish church of St. Agatha rises high above the centre of the village. The church forms the starting point or venue for various concerts and village fairs.
The "Open wine cellar days" (always around Whitsun) are just one aspect of the vibrant wine and festival culture in this part of town.