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Highlights in Alsace
- Charming fairytale villages
- The Parque Natural Regional des Ballons des Vosges
- Ideal for a romantic getaway
- Wine Route
- The Alsace Ecomuseum Most popular holiday rentals in Alsace
Most popular in Alsace
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals in Alsace
Are you looking for cheap rentals in Alsace to spend a holiday with a partner, family or friends and enjoy all the charms of this beautiful French region? At Holidu we offer you the possibility of staying in charming places. We have a wide variety of holiday rentals in Alsace located in the main cities of the area. Many of them a few kilometres away from places of great beauty. Equipped with all the comforts and with the possibility of choosing between diverse additional services like terrace, garden, swimming pool, barbecue, parking, jacuzzi, sauna, Internet, infantile park, etc.Spacious houses of traditional architecture surrounded by nature
If you want to enjoy nature in all its splendour during your stay in the region, the best option is to reserve a house. This type of accommodation is ideal for those seeking tranquillity and breathe pure air, enjoying the beautiful scenery of this area of France. Most of our holiday rentals in Alsace have the traditional architectural elements of the area, which gives them a great charm. But they also have all the most modern equipment, such as air conditioning, Internet, jacuzzi, sauna, all kinds of appliances, etc. What more could you ask for?
The area and how to find your way around
Situated in the northeast of France, on the border with Germany and Switzerland, Alsace is a region with approximately 1.86 million inhabitants, whose capital is Strasbourg. It is the smallest region in metropolitan France and extends like a language on the plain nestled between the Rhine basin and the Vosges mountain system. To the east of the river is the Black Forest and to the south the whole of the Jura mountains, just before the Belfort pass and in the extensive gorge of the Lomont. Elements that make up the Burgundian Gate. It also has large forests, especially in the area of the Vosges and the Lower Rhine. So, if you are a great lover of nature, you can not fail to reserve a letting in Alsace for your next holiday.Small villages full of magic
Alsace is a region full of small charming villages that immerse the traveller in an authentic fairy tale. With its wooden half-timbered houses painted in pastel colours and balconies full of flowers. Villages of medieval charm that have managed to maintain their essence despite the passing of centuries and that invite travellers to lose themselves in their streets, to discover without haste their corners full of legend and fantasy. Beautiful squares, traditional taverns, beautiful canals, majestic monuments... All this and much more you will find in the wonderful villages of this region. What are you waiting for to book your holiday rental in Alsace?
Types of travellers and activities
Although Alsace is not as popular a destination as Paris or Venice for a romantic getaway, the fact is that this region has all the ingredients necessary to enjoy a perfect stay. Alsace is a place where you will find villages that seem to be taken from authentic fairy tales. Villages that seem to have been frozen in time and that offer travellers the possibility of forgetting everything and immersing themselves in a most romantic universe. Colmar, Eguisheim, Riquewihr, Kaysersberg, Ribeauville or Turckheim will make your experience really magical. Stroll through its charming lanes at dusk, dine at a candlelit restaurant, take a boat ride and walk along its beautiful bridges.Alsace for wine lovers
The Alsace region is one of the main wine, beer and liquor producing regions in the whole country. Although its wines are mostly white, especially Riesling, Sylvaner or Gewürztraminer, some reds are also produced such as Pinot Noir. If you are a great lover of these wines, do not miss the opportunity to make the Route of Wines, one of the oldest in France and ranging from the plain of the Rhine to the Ballons des Vosges. Through it, besides tasting its exquisite wines, you will be able to know multitude of towns of great beauty surrounded by spectacular landscapes.
Did you know that in France children don't come from Paris? In Paris there are no storks, but in Alsace there are. That is why, when the children are going to have a little brother, their parents tell them that the stork will bring them from Strasbourg. But Alsatian children are told that they are born of cabbage.
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The imposing massif of the Vosges occupies a large part of the territory of Alsace. If you want to know its beautiful mountain passes, its rounded peaks, its beautiful lakes and its green meadows, there is nothing better than diving into the Route des Crêtes. In addition, its landscapes, forests and ponds are home to a wealth of history, including majestic medieval castles and interesting museums.2. Discover the history of the region through its heritage
Alsace is a region rich in monumental and cultural heritage. One of the most emblematic and visited places in France is the castle of Haut-Koenigsbourg in the town of Orschwiller. But you can't miss the visit to the Automobile City of Mulhouse, the Unterlinden Museum in Colmar and the Old Armando, one of the key points of World War I in the Vosges.3. Travel to the past visiting the Ecomuseum of Alsace
The Ecomuseum of Alsace, located in Ungersheim, is an open museum of 70 authentic rural dwellings that were destined to disappear in their locality of origin and that have turned this Ecomuseum into one of the most important in Europe. It has 100 hectares of village, fields and forest areas where you can learn more about craft activities and ancient ways of life in the area.4. Try the delicious sauerkraut and cooked backeoffe
The cuisine of Alsace is famous for its traditional specialities. Based on Germanic culinary tradition. Although pork is often an ingredient in their dishes. If you visit the region, don't forget to try such exquisite dishes as choucroute, cocido backeoffe, tartes flambees or fleischnackas. All this is accompanied, of course, by its excellent wines, beers and flavoured liqueurs.