Gadheim is a small village located in the state of Bavaria, Germany. The village is situated in the middle of a picturesque valley, surrounded by rolling hills and forested mountains. The village has a population of approximately 650 people and is home to a number of small businesses and farms.
The village is well known for its annual summer festival, which is attended by people from all over the region. The festival features traditional Bavarian music, food, and dancing, as well as a number of carnival rides and games.
Gadheim is also home to a number of notable landmarks, including the St. Martin’s Church and the Gadheim Castle. The castle is a small, but beautifully preserved medieval fortress that is open to the public.
The village and its surrounding area are a popular tourist destination, offering a wealth of cultural and historical attractions. Visitors can enjoy hiking and biking in the forests and mountains, as well as skiing and snowboarding in the winter. The village also has a number of quaint bed and breakfast establishments, as well as a few restaurants serving traditional Bavarian cuisine.