Set in the beautiful Oldenburger Land, the region around the town of Oldenburg, Hude makes an ideal holiday location with its remarkable leisure opportunities. For nature lovers the picturesque monastery village offers a great variety of opportunities for outings, for cycling and hiking at Reierholz (a forest), along Huder Bach (a stream) or in Urwald Hasbruch (a forest nature reserve).
Golf lovers also get their money’s worth on a wonderful 18-hole championship golf course (PAR 72). For beginners without a licence to play a golf course, there is a 9-hole course open to the public, a driving range with floodlights as well as a pitch and putt course. Also please note our package deals specially for golfers.
In Urwald Hasbruch, extending over 627ha and under a nature conservation order since 1997, there are innumerable hiking trails providing impressive sights: the roughly 1200 year-old Friederikeneiche oak tree is said to be the oldest living tree in Lower Saxony. The Amalieneiche oak tree is 50 years older but it fell down in 1982. Its remains can still be seen today however.
By the way: In the brochure “Vier auf dem Rad” (A tour of four towns by bike) you can find routes and tips for your bike tour through Hude, Ganderkesee, Berne and Lemwerder.