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Technical Characteristics

Tour Profile: Moderate level of difficulty. You will ride mainly on cycle paths, on minor agricultural tarred roads or on little secondary roads without much traffic. Days 6 and 7 are a little bit hilly.

Total distance: 345 km

Travel Season: Departures Friday, Saturday and Sunday from April 1 to October 7, 2023
Season 1: April 1 – April 14
Season 2: April 15 – June 2 and September 30 – October 7
Season 3: June 3 - September 29


Category A: Overnight stays in 3* and 4* hotels
Category B: Overnight stays in 3* hotels

An easy route to appreciate all the charms of Alsace. Discover the traditional Alsace of postcards but also the authentic Alsace, with its more unusual and still unknown facets. This tour will take you to the crossroads of Roman, Gothic and Baroque architecture, to museums with priceless treasures, to the forests of the Vosges, to the peat bogs of the Ried and to a sparkling vineyard. Highlights include the cities of Strasbourg and Colmar, the Alsace Wine Route and its typical villages and the nature and landscape by the Rhine.


Day 1

Arrival in Strasbourg

Arrival in Strasbourg, settling at the hotel and free time to explore the town, its sumptuous Gothic cathedral and its historic center classified as a world heritage site

Day 2

Strasbourg – Selestat Area 26 or 55 km

You will leave Strasbourg following the Rhone to Rhine canal to reach Osthouse or Sélestat, rich in a remarkable old architectural heritage.

Day 3

Selestat Area – Colmar 65 or 49 km

After visiting the beautiful baroque abbey of Ebersmunster, you will cross the traditional villages of the Ried. This area bordered by the Ill and the Rhine is crisscrossed by multiple waterways where a rich fauna and flora flourish. After following the canal, you will arrive in Colmar, a city of art with an exceptionally well-preserved historical center.

Day 4

Colmar – Mulhouse Area 65 km

The bike path will take you from Colmar to Neuf-Brisach, a Vauban stronghold listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will continue your way south to reach the village of Ottmarsheim and its beautiful 12th century Roman church. Through the Hardt forest and along the Rhone-Rhine Canal, you will arrive in Mulhouse, a city that dynamically combines tradition and modernity. This industrial and technical city awaits you with its famous automobile museum.

Day 5

Mulhouse Area – Guebwiller 35 km

The itinerary will take you by roundabout ways to Guebwiller, a wine village lodged at the foot of the Grand Ballon. You will first drive to Ungersheim to see the Ecomusée d'Alsace, an open-air museum organized like an Alsatian village from the beginning of the 20th century. The abbey of Murbach, which was one of the richest and most influential abbeys of the Holy Roman Empire, could well be your favorite of the day.

Day 6

Guebwiller - Riquewihr Area 50 km

You will take the Route des Vins, a mythical route with exceptional landscapes and wine cities animated by passionate winegrowers. At the foot of the Vosges Mountains, it will make you discover charming villages that make the fame of the Alsatian great wines: Eguisheim, Turckheim, Kaysersberg and Riquewihr.

Day 7

Riquewihr Area– Obernai Area 50 km

Still along the Wine Route, you will discover the villages of Hunawihr, Ribeauvillé, Bergheim, Andlau and its Roman abbey, before arriving in Obernai or Barr. Each of these villages offers numerous possibilities for visits dedicated to biodiversity, culture and local folk arts and traditions.

Day 8

Obernai Area – Strasbourg 40 km

In Rosheim, you will discover the Saints-Pierre-et-Paul church, one of the jewels of Alsatian Roman architecture. In Molsheim, you will join the bicycle path of the Bruche canal that will lead you to the heart of Strasbourg. Departure or extension of stay.



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    • Breakfast
    • Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel
    • Well prepared route guidance
    • Signposted tour
    • Detailed travel documents 1 per room (route or overview maps, route description, important phone numbers)
    • GPS data available
    • Rental bike insurance
    • Service hotline

    Not Included:

    • Meals not included in itinerary
    • Personal expenses
    • Visitors taxes, payable locally

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