COUNTY OF SOUTH-WEST PALATINATE

If you’re looking for nature and village cohesion, you’ve come to the right place. It is not without reason that many people who work in Wörth, Pirmasens, Landau or Saarland live here.

In no other part of the West Palatinate does the slogan “Live where others go on vacation” fit as well as in the district of South-West Palatinate. In the eastern half it is characterized by the endless expanse of the Palatinate Forest, in the west by the more open landscape of the Westrich hills.

Here people tend to live in smaller towns and enjoy the closeness to nature, which is literally on the doorstep. Detached single-family homes on large plots are still affordable here. Intact village and small town structures make it easier to arrive.

There are also numerous attractive employers in the more rural region. However, many residents of the district work in the larger cities, especially in Pirmasens, Zweibrücken and Kaiserslautern. Good transport links and comparatively clear roads make this easier.

Scenic beauty and a variety of leisure activities are not only excellent arguments when choosing where to live, but also make the district a popular destination for tourists and weekend trippers.

Website of the County of South-West Palatinate

Dahner Felsenland Association

Dahner Felsenland Association

The Dahner Felsenland is the most touristy sub-region in the West Palatinate. No wonder. Nowhere else is the landscape so spectacular. Rugged rocks, castle ruins, extensive forests, streams and lakes characterize the picture. Idyllic villages invite you to live.

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Thaleischweiler-Wallhalben Association

Thaleischweiler-Wallhalben Association

The area, also known as the Palatinate Mill Country, is characterized by a varied landscape of picturesque brook valleys and rolling hills. The largest towns are in the Schwarzbach valley near the city of Pirmasens.

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Hauenstein Association

Hauenstein Association

Known for the German museum of shoes and the Teufeltisch, the association combines scenic beauty with hard location advantages. Pirmasens as well as Landau and Karlsruhe can be reached quickly via the B10.

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Rodalben Association

Rodalben Association

The community is located in the north of the city of Pirmasens. It offers compact small towns with a wide range of infrastructure and tranquil villages in the middle of the Palatinate Forest. Well-developed paths and spectacular views make it a hiking paradise.

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Zweibrücken-Land Association

Zweibrücken-Land Association

The association borders the city of Zweibrücken and in the south the French border. The location between the two centers of Pirmasens and Zweibrücken is their strategic advantage. With just under 5,000 inhabitants, Contwig is the largest town in the community.

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Pirmasens-Land Association

Pirmasens-Land Association

The community is located between Pirmasens and the French border. The largest town is Lemberg with around 3,800 inhabitants. Those who want to live as quietly as possible and close to their workplace in Pirmasens like to live in the rather small towns.

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Waldfischbach-Burgalben Association

Waldfischbach-Burgalben Association

Located halfway between Pirmasens and Kaiserslautern, the main town in particular offers a variety of offers. The communities of the "Palatinate Woodland" are characterized by the Palatinate Forest.

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