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Art and heritage

Saverne (5 minutes from us):


Charming town nicknamed the “Capital of Roses”. Crossed by a canal, it is very pleasant marina for those who enjoy sailing around.

Walk the beautiful pedestrian street and don’t miss the famous facade of the Katz Tavern, the half-timbered houses, and the shops ...


Discover the stunning 17th century palace “Castle of Rohans”, often called the “Alsatian Versailles”. The Castle of Rohans, will seduce you with its magnificent pink sandstone facade and its museum. Events are organised b the city in Summer.


The Castle of Haut-Barr (on the heights), nicknamed "the Eye of Alsace”, offers a spectacular view of the plain of Alsace and the Vosges. From there you can even see the Cathedral of Strasbourg on clear days. The castle als has a restaurant and a little chapel.


Marmoutier (5 minutes from us) :


The Romanesque Church and the former Benedictine Abbey The Museum of Art and Popular Traditions

The Silbermann Organs



The Abbey Church of St. Peter and Paul and Tapestries of St. Adelphe.


Bouxwiller (17 minutes from us):

Picturesque city in the heart of the “Hanau Country” and in the hills of the Vosges with its old neighbourhoods with winding streets.


Grauffthal (20 minutes from us):

Troglodyte houses, picturesque museum.


La Petite Pierre (25 minutes from us):

Charming little village located on a rock in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of the Northern Vosges. Site classified "World Biosphere Reserve" by UNESCO. Medieval castle built on a rocky outcrop. Jazz festival in summer.


Lichtenberg (30 minutes from us):

Castle of Lichtenberg: Perched on a hill overlooking the valley of the Moder and Rothbach, it offers an exceptional panoramic view.


Strasbourg (35 minutes):

Alsatian Museum

Notre-Dame Cathedral with its famous Astronomical Clock. Covered Bridges and the Vauban Dam

Petite France district: be charmed by its canals and small narrow streets.

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