Kröv is a major wine growing district. Thanks to the famous Kröv wine, the "Kröver Nacktarsch" (‘Kröv’s
Bare Butt’), the area's reputation has extended far beyond Germany's
Not only does Kröv boast excellent wines, it also offers a whole host of other attractions. The wine village of Kröv has been one of the most popular destinations along the Moselle for many years. The area has managed to retain its unique character, which has been heavily influenced by viticulture, meaning that visitors can still experience the true flair of the Moselle.
Alongside the picturesque village centre and the charming Moselle promenade, Kröv is also bursting with local restaurants, hotels, B&B's and a range of private rooms right on the winegrower's estate. Once the sun goes down, the so-called "Strausswirtschaften" (wine taverns) and rustic "Winzerstuben" (wine parlours) open their doors to guests for an evening of merriment.
An extensive network of hiking and biking trails, a leisure complex complete with heated outdoor pool, giant water slide and kids' area, a varied programme of bus and boat excursions, as well as interesting weekly events such as walks along the educational wine trail, wine tastings, canoe trips or Nordic walking are the perfect ingredients for an exciting holiday. Its central location (in the heart of the Moselle region) also makes Kröv an ideal starting point for day trips in the area, such as to Trier, Koblenz, the Hunsrück or the Eifelmaare.
Of course, a diverse programme of events is also an absolute must. The highlights of the annual events calendar include the Culinary Spring Weekend (Ascension), the International Midnight Run (Whit Sunday), the International Traditional Costume Festival of the Moselle (1st weekend in July), the St. Remigius Wine Fair (1st weekend in October). Every weekend from the end of August until the end of October, the 'Kröver Weinbrunnenhalle' plays host to a wine festival.