Ürzig is situated in the most picturesque part of the Moselle, surrounded by vineyards and scenic beauty. Visitors and holidaymakers are warmly welcomed in wine yards, wine taverns and restaurants. A walk through romantic alleys, past historic buildings, is always worthwhile. Numerous themed hiking trails, the herb and spice garden and a wild rose garden are among the sights that make a visit to Ürzig so worthwhile.
Primal Würzgarten on an old vineyard
The Moselle foothills and the plane tree avenue give Ürzig an attractive flair. While Ürzig was first mentioned as Ursiacum in 700, the vineyard "Ürziger Würzgarten" dates back to the 13th century. The shell-shaped sheltered vineyard and the loamy slate soil guarantee the high quality of the Ürziger wines. Ürzig is considered the wine-growing community with the highest share of steep slopes in Germany. Ürzig's landmark is the sundial, majestically embedded in a magnificent rock panorama. On an area of 2,400 m2 is a herb and spice garden. It contains small cultural-historical structures such as footpaths, stairs, walls and small terraces. It contains 10,000 perennials and about 160 species of aromatic plants, aromatic plants, medicinal plants and garden plants.