To the north-east of Bettendorf is the Pohler Wood, where the original Roman Limes forms the border between the districts of Bettendorf, Pohl and Obertiefenbach. As a part of a community project between Bettendorf and Pohl, not only has Watchtower 2/25 been reconstructed, but you also have the opportunity to walk the original course of the Limes through the wood. You can also see further evidence of Celtic settlements in the region, for example the extensive barrow tombs near the Pfarrhofen fort.
The village of Bettendorf’s central location offers great links to the regional Loreley-Aar Cycleway and the Limes Walking path. In 2009, the village itself developed a three-fort circular walk
s. This walk covers the Limes regions of Bettendorf, Holzhausen, Hunzel, Miehlen, Obertiefenbach, Pohl and Rettert.
In the village of Bettendorf you will find a remarkable collection of well-preserved half-timbered buildings
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In the 2013 the village of Bettendorf had its anniversary, with a documented history stretching back 850 years. As a result of the celebrations, a book ‘850 years of Bettendorf - a journey in time through 2 millennia’ was published. The book includes a lot of oral history, and copies are available at the council administration Offices.