Neumagen-Dhron, the site of the famous Roman wine ship and many other relief and inscription stones from the 2nd-4th century A.D., is considered the "oldest wine village in Germany". There was a Roman fortification, a castle, as an example of the last great heyday of the Roman Empire on the Moselle, which began with Emperor Constantine. Today there are many finds from Neumagen-Dhron in the Rheinisches Landesmuseum in Trier. Dhron was also inhabited in Roman times. A walk through the tranquil winegrowing village with its beautiful wine yards and old mills is worthwhile. Or a hike through the romantic valley of the Dhron to Papiermühle, where the Moselle becomes a Hunsrück landscape. The biggest attraction of Neumagen-Dhron is certainly the "Stella Noviomagi", which lies below the marina in its own harbour basin. The "Stella" is a roadworthy replica of the famous Neumagen wine ship.