Fisch (population: 383)
Fisch is located on a ridge between Moselle and Saar. In direction to the west, on the so-called „Kimm“, the old roman street from Metz to Trier can be found. The marvellous „Rehlinger Kirche“, constructed in the 12th century, is the last building of the extinct village of “Rehlingen-Littdorf” and can still be admired until today. Urban community and peasant traditions enjoy special attention in Fisch, as the village lives from agriculture. These traditions are proofed by the multiple club activities. Here, man and landscape correspond to each other, thus building a sound nature.
Cider festival with pageant (every other year in September), Rehlinger Kirche from the 12th century, flowing river with village square and barbecue facilities.