City of Füssen
|Incorporation :||November 1, 1921|
|Postal code :||87629|
Town center with church (2008)
Bad Faulenbach is a district of Füssen in the Swabian district of Ostallgäu . The Kneipp spa was incorporated on November 1, 1921. Bad Faulenbach was recognized as a Kneipp spa in 1968. Since that time the place has developed into a health resort and holiday resort with many small health resort hotels and holiday homes.
In the Faulenbacher Tal to the west of the village, there are two outdoor swimming pools at Mittersee and Obersee and six tennis courts, as well as the ski jumping hills " Faulenbach-Schanzen ", which can be used all year round for training and competition purposes .
Also located in the Faulenbacher Tal are a Kneipp facility , a mini golf course and the valley of the senses with the path of the senses . Many hiking trails lead through the Faulenbach Valley and the adjacent wooded slopes.
People connected to the place
- Maximilian von Lingg (1842–1930), Bishop of Augsburg, died on May 31, 1930 in the "Ulrichsheim" priests 'rest house in Bad Faulenbach, which he founded on his parents' property. For his 50th anniversary as a priest, he had the St. Max Church built in Bad Faulenbach in 1915.
- Oskar Freiwirth-Lützow (1862–1925), artist who painted in the style of bourgeois realism at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, lived in Faulenbach for over ten years until his death
- Wilhelm Volkert (ed.): Handbook of Bavarian offices, communities and courts 1799–1980 . CH Beck, Munich 1983, ISBN 3-406-09669-7 , p. 468 .
- The Path of the Senses on fuessen.de, accessed on November 20, 2015
- Hiking in Summer ( Memento from November 21, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) on fuessen.de, accessed on November 20, 2015