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Highlights in Alsace
- Picturesque towns all over the region
- Wonderful attractions for visitors of all ages
- Exquisite cuisine and wine at every corner
- A region full of culture, heritage and history
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If you want to spend your holiday in a wonderful place with vast vegetation, check the incredible zone of Alsace and be surprised by the endless natural sceneries. Choose one of the log cabins of Bellefosse and be a drive away from the most incredible snowy mountains of the country or pick one of the lodges in Jebsheim and have a great time strolling through valleys filled with beautiful flowers. Explore the region of Alsace and feel renewed by the beautiful nature that surrounds you.Stunning settlements with all the perfect facilities
In the centre of the city or the countryside, Alsace offers amazing lodges and cabins that will provide you a cosy and comfortable experience while travelling. Enjoy the warm waters of your hot tub after a long day in the snow, admire the beautiful landscapes of the region while having a relaxing time in your garden or savour an exquisite breakfast on your terrace while you rejoice in the dawn chorus of the birds. Whether you travel alone, with friends or family, the magnificent properties of Alsace have the perfect amenities to grant you an incredible holiday. Come to the region and enjoy it to the max!
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Among visitors, Colmar is one of the most popular towns of the region thanks to the many incredible activities available. Little Venice, a picturesque area crossed by the canals of the river of Lauch, is the main sight of the town and the public favourite attraction. Back in the day, the area was filled with tanners, butchers and fishmongers that bargained and traded their goods to the locals. In the present, Alsatians and tourists can treat themselves by purchasing delicious foods and great items at the eateries and stores that are by the river. If you don’t want to miss any of the landmarks, hop on one of the Petit Trains of Colmar and have a memorable experience. Travel through the known and hidden streets of the town that harbour buildings with adaptations and nuances worth eight centuries of French and Germanic architecture. Admire the colourful houses with timber framings and sandstone facades while enjoying the refreshing breeze of the ride. Lastly, make sure to stop at the covered market of Rue des Écoles, where a variety of steaks, fish, bread and other foods can be purchased. Try the products from the region and Colmar’s cuisine all in one place and delight from the many wonders of the city.Deviate from the road and visit the walled town of Neuf-Brisach
A grandiose fortified town created to guard the border of France and the Holy Roman Empire is waiting for you just a drive away from the town of Colmar. Marquis de Vauban, a military engineer at the service of the King, drew the city thinking on the layout that an ideal city would have. The end result was this magnificent town with a spacious central square area, lines of defence, a safety and a battle enclosure, earthworks and subterranean getaways for the people living in the area in times of war. Starting on the spacious square green area, the town presents the simple and elegant church of Saint-Louis, an Early-Christian building and landmark of the city. Perambulate the restaurants and stores nearby, join a mass or enjoy the collection of nativities and concerts they display in the month of December. Continue your journey visiting the Place de la Porte de Belfort, where you’ll find the Vauban Museum and the Compound of Urban and Street Art. Explore the ramparts of the citadel and learn the history of the town while enjoying the wonderful and colourful designs that decorate the walls. To finish the experience, take a walk through the fortifications. Rejoice in the sceneries of the vast valleys that surround the town while you submerge in its heritage, spot the sculptures and monuments scattered through the green areas to have a more interesting experience. Visit this wonderful city of the Alsace region and live an incredible holiday that you’ll never forget.
Travellers and activities
The marvellous region of Alsace has many fun attractions for families all over the world. Cigoland, located on the Sélestat Route of Kintzheim, is the perfect spot for parents who want to have a great time with their toddlers. Explore the park and try all the exciting rides of the area, recharge your energies in one of the eateries available on the premises and visit the aviaries scattered through the park and contribute with the endangered species to finish your experience on a high note. On the other hand, if your children are a little bit older and want to enjoy an exciting day out, head to the Gunsttet Route of Morsbronn-Les-Bains and have a jolly time on Didi’Land. This incredible amusement park presents a variety of roller coasters, water rides and many other attractions that will give you and your family an exhilarating experience. Visit Alsace and enjoy the family-friendly recreations that the region offers you.Alsace for museum lovers
The cultural region of Alsace has received endless international recognition for its incredible expositions of art. The city of Strasbourg is one of their biggest exponentials, being home to the most visited galleries of all the area. Enjoy an amazing tour starting in Hans-Jean-Arp Square, where the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Strasbourg is located. Having an approximate of eighteen thousand works of art, this building exhibits a wide variety of paintings, drawings, photographs, prints and sculptures dated from 1870 till the present day. Shows, concerts and other recreations are also held in the auditorium of the premises, giving you a variety of activities to enjoy. Continue your journey in the wonderful Musée Alsacien, situated on Saint-Nicola’s dock, where you can learn about the historical and cultural heritage of the region while admiring ancient artefacts and beautiful works of art. Have a realistic glance on the lives of pre-industrial Alsatians while roaming their traditional houses to finally end your wonderful experience enjoying an exquisite meal on one of the eateries near the area. Explore Alsace and discover its many wonders.
France and Germany have cultivated the region's architecture, infrastructure, economy, language, music and cuisine, making the area a multicultural treasure of the world.
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Alsace, and the country of France as a whole, is known for producing exquisite alcoholic beverages. Following the wine tour you’ll be able to explore the cobblestone streets of the small towns scattered through the region, have a taste of the superb blend of the German and French cuisine and, of course, relish the incredible variety of white and red wines of Alsace. If you can’t complete the route, be sure to stroll around Colmar, Eguisheim, Kaysersberg, Riquewihr and Bergheim which are the most renowned towns of the wine route and gift you beautiful landscapes of the vineyards where the grapes are cultivated.2.Practice thrilling winter recreations all through the region
The region of Alsace has a treat at every corner for visitors who love winter sports. With more than 5 ski resorts in the area, practicing snowboarding, having a fun slide or even snow kiting won’t be a difficult task. If you want to visit the best ski station of the region, head to Chemin des Chalets of Sondernach and enjoy the 4 miles of slopes that the center of Schnepfenried offers. On the other hand, if you prefer to visit the hidden gems of Alsace visit the resort of Champ du Feu and have a joyful time tobogganing, skiing and snowtubing the areas of this beautiful mount. This wonderful region welcomes you for a memorable stay that’s full of fun, don’t miss it!3.Have a historic workout session on one of the town's region
This wonderful region on France has many routes and trails that hike lovers can enjoy. With various types of trekking experiences, the paths that meet the ruins of castles in the area are the most renowned and liked by the public. If you’re close to the commune of Lembach, walk the route of Château de Fleckenstein and discover what’s left from the immense Middle Age fortress that was built as a long boat. If you’re in the area of Eguisheim, be sure to visit the trail of the Husseren-les-Châteaux, where the ruins of three castles from the 11th and 12th century are waiting for you. Enjoy watching architecture and nature collide while you practice your favourite hobby on the wonderful lands of France.4.Connect with animals on one of the parks of Alsace
If you’re an animal lover, the wonderful area of Alsace also has awesome sites to visit. Roam the Route de Ribeauvillé on Hunawihr and find the fantastic centre of NaturOparC. Explore the premises and enjoy the reserves of ducks, penguins, otters, storks and other animals that you can feed and interact with. Near the area you can also find the Butterfly Gardens, where caterpillars and butterflies are exhibited in a colourful and natural setting. On the other hand, if you’re stay on Kintzheim head to the Eagle Park on Schlossberg Lane and have a thrilling experience watching the birds of prey displays while admiring the magnificent views of a ruined castle.5.Travel back in time discovering the horrid events that occurred on Alsace
If you enjoy discovering the historic sites of your holiday destination, go to the Route Départementale and wonder through the Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp. This area of the Bas-Rhin department preserves the gruesome traces that Adolf Hitler's government left on the territory of France. Explore the annex camps, crematorium, fusillade area or the monuments and get to know the ghastly experience of the Jews. Pay your respects and have a commemorative time in the region of Alsace.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Alsace
As indicated by its annual average price of £114.85, Alsace is not a destination that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in France.
If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit Alsace are March (£105.39 per night for accommodation, on average), September (£106.17), and January (£106.46).
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Alsace was December, with an average price of £141.91 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of £129.61, and August, with £122.59.
If you decide to discover Alsace, we suggest planning your travels in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 46% in the year 2020.
November, May, and January are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 63.5%, 63.2% and 63%.
According to data from 2020, the months with the fewest housing options available in Alsace are, in order, August (with 32% of available rentals), July (41%), and September (48%).
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