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Our bike tours in Alsace will make you discover an authentic, traditional French area full of conviviality. You will visit both Haut-Rhin and Bas-Rhin lands in the Grand-Est region.
From Strasbourg, home to the European Parliament and well known for its picturesque historic center “La Petite France”, you will ride on the plains of Alsace, along the canals and the Vosges mountains. On your bikes, you will follow the network of bike paths and greeways in the heart of the vineyard and its typical villages.
Many villages with half-timbered houses and flower-bedecked balconies follow one another along our cycle routes. So typical of Alsace area, every village will be the opportunity to stop and taste the local wine, stroll through the cobbled streets or feast on local dishes, between pastries, sauerkraut & flamekueche (!).
1. Cycle or walk on the streets of the cities of Strasbourg, Obernai, Eguisheim or Colmar
2. Visit the “Petite France” district in Strasbourg
3. Visit the “Little Venice” district in Colmar, a jewel of Alsatian Architecture and the capital of Alsace wines
4. Pedaling on the Alsace Wine Route and its typical villages
5. Follow the pleasant cycle paths along the canals
6. Discover the “Pays du Ried” rich in aquatic flora and fauna
7. Taste Alsatian great vintages: Eguisheim, Turckheim, Kaysersberg or Riquewihr.
8. Contemplate the Vosges mountain and its “Ballon d’Alsace”
Strasbourg tales a good place in the memory of cycle tourists. For decades, cycling is preferred here. Take advantage of your cycling holiday to visit the city and its must-sees: the cathedral, Petite France, the Covered Bridges, the Vauban dam or Grande Écluse …
From the Porte de Marlenheim to the Porte de Thann, take the time to discover the soul of the Route: meet the winegrowers, taste their wines, get lost in the streets of the medieval towns. Enjoy, in the perched high vines, the panorama which will belong to you only during a break. Let yourself be surprised, at each step, by the Alsatian art of living and its culinary creativity which makes Alsace, with the complicity of its wines, one of the most gourmet regions in France.