The charming wine village of Burrweiler, with its exposed location on the edge of the Palatinate Forest, enchants every visitor. Renaissance buildings, baroque archways, the Romanesque church, the official residence of the Counts von der Leyen, today occupied by the wine tavern, and the pilgrimage church of St. Anna, enthroned high up on Teufelsberg, provide the very special charm of this tourist town. Vineyards, wine taverns, wine bars and the local gastronomy provide for the physical well-being - here one knows how to live. The local circular hiking trails under the sign of the "Burrischnecke" or the connections to the Pfälzer Weinsteig, Hüttentour and Keschdeweg, form a round offer for the hiking guests. The Palatinate Forest huts invite you to stop for a bite to eat in the forest, and in the Modenbach Valley the mill innkeepers are waiting for hungry guests.