Vineyards & Romance
The cultural region of Alsace offers everything your heart desires: Alsatian cuisine, high-quality wines, a delightful and varied landscape and an unhurried way of life. Indeed, the land between the Rhine and the Vosges Mountains, between the Jura and the Palatinate Forest, has a fascinating landscape: the lovely rolling hills along the wine routes, punctuated by numerous picturesque villages and mysterious ruins, alternate with the wide flat alluvial planes of the Rhine. It is a particularly attractive landscape for cyclists because the Alsace region has the largest distance of cycle paths anywhere in France. We offer you an interesting and varied individual cycle tour through the Alsace. Allow yourself to be pampered by beautiful scenery and good food. Cycle along quiet roads and cycle paths to the cultural highlights. Enjoy your holiday; everything has been organized for you.
Cycle along quiet roads and cycle paths to the cultural highlights. Enjoy your holiday; everything has been organized for you.
Arrival in Strasbourg
Check-in at the hotels and take the opportunity for sightseeing.
Straßburg – Sélestat/Umgebung approx. 25-55 km
You leave Strasbourg on the cycle path along the Rhone-Rhine Canal, heading south.
Sélestat/surroundings – Colmar approx. 40-70 km
You cycle over the Rieddörfer and along the channel from Markolshiem which brings you to the artistic town of Colmar.
Colmar – Mulhouse/surroundings approx. 50 km
Following the cycle path you reach Neuf-Brisach a 17th century octagonal fortified town, then continue along a beautiful flat cycle path to Ottmarsheim. There you should not miss the opportunity to visit the basilica built in the 12th century.
Mulhouse/surroundings – Guebwiller approx. 40 km
Along cycle paths and small roads you pass the open air museum, the "Eco-museum of Alsace", and arrive in Guebwiller, at the foot of the Vosges.
Guebwiller – Riquewihr/surroundings approx. 45 km
The villages of Eguisheim, Turckheim, Kaysersberg and Riquewihr are among the most beautiful and most famous villages of the wine route. Take your time and do some wine tasting!
Riquewihr/surroundings – Obernai/surroundings approx. 50 km
A multitude of beautiful wine villages and well-known vineyards awaits you today.
Obernai/surroundings – Strasbourg approx. 40 km, departure or extension
In Rosheim, the Alsatian Romanesque experience reaches a climax with the 12th century church of St. Peter and St. Paul. Then you follow the Canal de la Bruche to Strasbourg. Departure.
A simple bike tour, also for beginners. You cycle mostly on bike paths and sometimes on side streets with less traffic. The stages in the vineyards are a little bit hilly.