The perfect place for people who love wine, woods and water on top of having a good job. The Main-Spessart District is a solid industrial location for mid-size and global corporations. Also, there are beautiful forests, valleys and mountains that offer almost endless hiking opportunities.
There are small festivals in picturesque villages with quaint, romantic streets, as well as magnificent events at castles and fortresses. This is a great place to live and enjoy yourself!
Children are extremely well taken care of here. In the town of Marktheidenfeld, for example, there is a space in childcare of kinder garden for every single child. On top of that, most people here live in their own homes with their own yards and lots of room to play.
The district was No. 1 in all of Germany in education.
The unemployment rate in the Main-Spessart District is a phenomenal 2.0 percent.
The average monthly income in the manufacturing sector is € 3541. That equates to 114 percent of the national average.
Most companies in the Main-Spessart District are less than 100 km from the Frankfurt International Airport.
From small companies to global players, you can find corporations of any size here. Especially well represented are up-an-coming industries like industrial automation and healthcare.
The Laurenzi Fair at the beginning of August is always worth a visit; it’s a spectacle that has everything: A rollercoaster, fireworks, a wine village and a beer garden. Anything your heart desires.
Sunbathing, a patio on the lake, a nature playground with a mud pit! That is enough for a summer’s worth of fun. Every day.
The sightseeing platform Edelweiss offers a magnificent view across the Main River Valley. Hike in, get there and be rewarded with a glorious view of a wonderful landscape.
Without a doubt, this is one of the most beautiful valleys in the Spessart Forest. It is so special, locals have been fighting for 40 years to preserve it as is. Today, a new kind of land steward is calling the valley home: water buffaloes.
In the Grand Hall of the Homburg Castle you can enjoy the sounds of times gone by: Concerts played on meticulously restored instruments from the 17th and 18th centuries. During breaks, enjoy a glass of wine and the marvelous view across the Main River Valley.
The end of July spells festival time in Lohr: An early drink for you and a circus performance for the kids, a variety of shows in the evenings and so much more. Just come by and join the festivities.
58.6 percent of the local workforce is employed in the manufacturing sector and 40.5 percent work in the service industry.