Goldberg - rest and active recreation on the edge of the nature park Nossentiner / Schwinzer Heide
Surrounded by a wonderful lake landscape on the edge of the nature park Nossentiner / Schwinzer Heide lies the city Goldberg. It was first mentioned in documents as Gols in 1227 and as Goltberch in 1248 it was granted the city rights of Prince Pribislaus.
Medieval half-timbered houses, a Gothic brick church and a former watermill characterize the town center of the small town.
Nearby is the place Dobbertin with the worth seeing monastery.
The Goldberger Lake directly in front of the apartment complex on Goldberger lake invites you to active recreation such as fishing, swimming and boating. The lake is very shallow and is on the east side very natural and wooded. The perfect place to find peace and relaxation. On the south bank is a Verlandungsmoor with Schilfröhrichtbeständen, Seggenrieden, ponds, alder quarries and wet meadows and silted peat stings. The area is home to some orchid species, amphibians and reed-nesting bird species.