Also this year, choose a camp in Alsace and the Vosges! Vast vineyards, pretty villages with half-timbered buildings, endless forests and mountains ... that beautiful landscapes and so close to Italy!
At the foot of the Vosges massif, the Wine Route, 170 km long, passes through beautiful vineyards and picturesque old towns, such as Obernai, Riquewihr, Kaysersberg and Colmar. White wines from Alsace such as Riesling, Traminer, Riquewihr have a unique flavor thanks to the splendid climate.
The villages in this area are full of half-timbered buildings decorated with beautiful colorful flowers. You have to take a picture!
The Vosges, an ancient mountain range covered with forests of pine and beech trees, is the ideal place for long outings. Here you will find numerous glacial lakes and a unique landscape.
If you want a more relaxing holiday, you should not miss Vittel. This country, with easy access from the campsite, owes its fame to the beautiful thermal waters that attract many top athletes.
In the region of the Vosges / Alsace children can splash around in the beautiful lakes, a beautiful view, after a day of hiking or adventure on a path in the treetops!
Beautiful lake of Gerardmer
Stately in Strasbourg
Wine tasting on the Route des Vins d'Alsace
Trip to Nancy
Average summer temperature: 25 degrees
Strasbourg and Mulhouse, a city with historical footprints
Forest, bosser, bost: in the regional parks of the Vosges forest
Alsace: sauerkraut with pork
Blue pottery, Munster cheese, gingerbread, wines
Bergamot, macarons and Art Nouveau: the city of Nancy will not disappoint. Here are a number of attractions not to be missed: Place Stanislas, a square extraordinary, surrounded by wrought iron railings and gilded, but also the Staples Gate, a former prison in the oldest part of the fourteenth century castle, and the Parc de la Pépinière. .
Take a well-filled wallet to Strasbourg; not so much because of the expensive brands, but mostly because there are hundreds of small boutiques. Shopping places in this city are Place des Halles, rue des Frères d'Alsace, the Arcades and Lafayette department store in the main square.
How about a fun and educational day? In the Aquarium et Musee de Zoologie Nancy can observe different marine species located in 60 aquariums. Fishes of the Amazon and the Red Sea? They swim right here. In addition to the pools, there are also a number of collections of mammals and other exhibitions really interesting.
Important in Alsace: wine. Do you love wine tasting in the cellar? Then you should follow the Route des Vins d'Alsace, from Thann to Marlenheim.
As for the food, do not miss: flammekueche (cake flambé), Munster cheese, gingerbread and Kougelhopf (sweet with raisins).