The Camping le Ried in Alsace you can just call a quiet campsite. In this region it does not run over from the tourists, but you can completely relax in a beautiful green environment.
Get on your steel steed or put on your walking shoes to enjoy pure nature. The pools do not have a lot of fuss, but this fits completely into the picture. Cool off in the outdoor pool or relax in the jacuzzi. A few kilometres away is the Rhine and for a spectacular day out you go to Funny World or Europapark. Rest on the campsite, but plenty of exciting trips in the area!
Splashing, sunbathing and action Around the outdoor swimming pool are comfortable sunbeds on the sun terrace. Do not forget to take your book with you for some hours of pure relaxation. The ukkies run under the water jets from the water playground and if the weather is bad, you just dive into the indoor pool. There is also no lack of sports facilities here. Show off your skills during a volleyball tournament, an exciting game of table tennis or go on the French tour with a game of petanque. The animation team provides the necessary hours of fun for young and old. Crafts, themed evenings, shows... you name it! What is super handy is the supermarket which is just outside the gate of the campsite and there is a baker at the door in the morning with freshly baked bread rolls. The smell is already coming to you! Also for a simple meal you do not have to go to the campsite, take a snack or take a complete takeaway to your mobile home!
Cultural Strasbourg and sparkling Europapark! The Alsace is a region that is not overloaded by tourism and good. This way you can enjoy this beautiful green environment even better. Walking or by bike? The choice for you. In Strasbourg you can go for a day of shopping, but also for a portion of culture and history. The absolute highlight of the city is the cathedral. It is one of the largest and most beautiful in France with a tower of no less than 142 metres high. The Petit France district is known for its narrow streets and pleasant squares and was once inhabited by artisans. The children are sure to jump to go to Funny World or Europapark. The latter is a spectacular amusement park with great roller coasters, adventure playgrounds and exciting shows. On to Alsace!
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