Consists of the districts Schwabsberg, Buch, Dalkingen, Saverwang and Weiler.
Local recreation area Buch with a Stausee (reservoir) covering an area of 25 hectares, leisure and recreational facilities, such as swimming, fishing, surfing, sailing, rowing, hiking or cycling.
Roman open-air museum at the Bucher Stausee with Roman excursions, Roman feasts, etc. Open-Air Museum at the Bucher Stausee, Limes Gate in Dalkingen.
Buildings of the fort village directly on the Stausee (reservoir); bath house of Fort Buch completely excavated, walls of the second building period conserved; foundations of two stone buildings, not far from the bath house, excavated and conserved (residential house and small bath house).
The many sights in the Limes-Park Rainau can be accessed via a circular trail which also leads through the attractive local recreation area “Bucher Stausee”.
Schwabsberg: Forest “Mahdholz” – parts of the Limes wall with stone tower (WP 12/77) conserved; reconstruction of the Limes wall; replica of a wooden watchtower.
South gate visible. Floor layout and internal buildings of the fort clarified by geophysical measurements, line of the defence wall made visible through planted hedges: a model illustrates what the fort looked like during Roman times.
Dalkingen: Limes gate. On the Limes between the Rhine and the Danube is thus a far unique building complex. Conserved; six building periods were discovered during excavations; an elaborately designed triumphal arch – probably for emperor Caracalla – was erected during the most recent period. Since 2010, the ruins have been protected by a cube made of glass and steel which has also been used as a museum.