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Discover the perfect getaway in the heart of Alsace, offering a variety of charming rental cottages, mountain chalets, and fully furnished apartments. Situated just a few kilometers away from all the renowned attractions such as Eguisheim, Riquewihr, Kaysersberg, Colmar, Ribeauvillé, the scenic route of Alsace wines, the delightful cheese route, the picturesque ridge road, and the lively markets and entertainment in the valley of Munster. Additionally, for those seeking a thrilling adventure, the famous amusement park EUROPA PARK in Rust is just a short drive away.


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extra bed
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3 525 1113


Animals Allowed


  • Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg: Located in Orschwiller, this majestic medieval castle offers panoramic views of the Alsace region. Visitors can explore the fortress, learn about its history, and enjoy the stunning architecture.
  • Parc de l'Orangerie: Situated in Strasbourg, this park is perfect for a leisurely stroll or a picnic. It features beautiful gardens, a lake, mini-zoo, and a small farm. The park also houses the Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.
  • Petite France: Found in the heart of Strasbourg, Petite France is a picturesque neighborhood known for its half-timbered houses, canals, and charming streets. Visitors can take a boat tour, explore the shops, and indulge in traditional Alsatian cuisine.
  • Mont Sainte-Odile: Situated near Ottrott, this mountain peak is home to the Mont Sainte-Odile Abbey. The abbey dates back to the 7th century and offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can hike the trails, visit the abbey, and learn about its rich history.
  • Mulhouse Automobile Museum: Located in Mulhouse, this museum showcases an impressive collection of vintage cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles. It offers a fascinating journey through the history of automobile manufacturing.
  • Ecomusée d'Alsace: Situated in Ungersheim, this open-air museum provides a glimpse into traditional Alsatian rural life. Visitors can explore the reconstructed village, interact with artisans, and learn about local customs and traditions.
  • Cité de l'Automobile: Found in Mulhouse, this museum is the largest automobile museum in the world. It houses an extensive collection of vintage cars, including famous models like Bugattis and Rolls-Royces.
  • Riquewihr: This charming village is famous for its well-preserved medieval architecture. Located in the heart of the Alsace wine region, Riquewihr offers a delightful experience with its colorful buildings, cobblestone streets, and vineyards.
  • Strasbourg Cathedral: Situated in Strasbourg, this Gothic masterpiece is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The cathedral's intricate architecture, stunning stained glass windows, and astronomical clock are must-see attractions for visitors. 10. Europa-Park: Located in Rust (Germany), just across the border from France, Europa-Park is one of Europe's largest theme parks. It offers a wide range of thrilling rides, shows, and themed areas representing different European countries.

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