Steinhude is a suburb of Wunstorf in the region Hanover in Lower Saxony and tourist resort on the south shore of the Sea Steinhuder with around 5,000 inhabitants. Einst ein kleines beschauliches Fischerdorf, ist Steinhude heute bekannt als Erholungsort im Naturpark Steinhuder Meer . Beschauliches Once a small fishing village, now known as Steinhude resort in the nature reserve Steinhuder sea.
Steinhude is located on the south bank of the Steinhuder sea. To the east is the fishing village with its neighbouring Grossenheidorn together. In the south, the federal highway 441 and a small piece of forest, the High wood.
Another striking point in the south is about 140 m high potash heap in Bokeloh. The 1.5 km long waterfront promenade is Steinhude with its western neighbours Hagenburg.
Steinhude offers various forms of leisure. Hikers and cyclists are interesting routes and destinations in the nature reserve around the lake. Tours with horse-drawn carriages are also offered. Other tourist attractions are also in the immediate neighbourhood Steinhudes.
The Steinhuder Sea is a sailing paradise, not only for regatta sailors. National and international regattas are out here. In winter competitions Eissegeln. Rowing, canoeing, pedal boat rides and windsurfing complete the offer.