Hünxe in the Lower Rhine region is an idyllic community in the Wesel district, which includes the districts of Bruckhausen, Bucholtwelmen, Drevenack, Gartrop-Bühl, Hünxe and Krudenburg. In addition to some sights, Hünxe offers a wide range of leisure and sporting activities.

City Hünxe



Worth seeing are the village churches in Drevenack and Hünxe from the 13th century, the historic center of Krudenburg, the old Gartrop moated castle, which appears in new splendor today, and the Schwarzenstein house, a former knight’s seat from the 14th century. Not to forget the Heimatmuseum and the Otto Pankok Museum. Due to its location in the Hohe Mark Nature Park, the municipality of Hünxe offers numerous sports and leisure options. As everywhere on the Lower Rhine, you can also cycle extensively in Hünxe. There are 10 well-marked cycle tours to choose from. Those who prefer to hike can choose from over 180 km of hiking trails. Cards are also available online from the municipality or directly on site.

In summer, the Tenderingssee lido attracts with its sandy beach and sunbathing areas. In winter, however, swimmers go to the indoor pool. Hobby pilots, glider pilots and aviation enthusiasts will find numerous opportunities to experience their hobby at the “Schwarze Heide” airfield. There is also a golf course, riding stables and sports halls in Hünxe. The numerous events within a year are also very popular.

Highlights from Hünxe

Map from Hünxe

Useful Address / Link

Gemeinde Hünxe

Address: Dorstener Str. 24, 46569 Hünxe

Internet: https://www.huenxe.de/

City Guide


Just come to Hünxe and experience the idyllic city. Here you will find a varied range of recreational options as well as numerous sights and a wide range of leisure activities. Visit one of the events such as the fun fair or the Christmas markets. Stop off in one of the restaurants or cafes and enjoy the Lower Rhine hospitality or stay in one of the hotels or inns. You will see that in and around Hünxe you can relax very well from the hustle and bustle of the big city.