Alsace. Nestled between the Vosges and the Rhine, it maintains and shares its history with passion while being part of the movement of a contemporary Europe open to the world.
In terms of gastronomy, you can savor the good taste of the land and you will quickly be carried away by the conviviality and warm welcome of the Alsatians. In the towns and villages, the remarkable cultural heritage takes travelers back in time.
Generous and unique, Alsace is the promise of an escape where change of scenery and wellbeing are perfectly blended. Far from the classic itineraries, nature plunges travelers into calm and serenity to better reconnect with the essentials. Cycling enthusiasts will appreciate the 2,500 km of cycle routes, greenways and cycle tracks, while those who prefer to hike can enjoy the 12,000 km of hiking paths.
From the north to the south of Alsace, the landscapes follow one another: the plains bordered to the east by the Rhine, the Piedmont and its vineyards with famous grape varieties, the Vosges mountains and its two Regional Nature Parks ...